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You have a 1993 Toyota Corolla and you cannot get the key in the ignition It has been working just fine?

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2005-11-14 17:15:38
2005-11-14 17:15:38

We have 3 Toyotas and the keys have bent on 2 of them. Just make a new key if you don't have one already and everything should work just fine again. It did for us.

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