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    Lost Key???

    I have the ignition key, but no key to the doors or glove box. Any suggestions on how to solve this problem???

    Thanks
    Larry

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    Go to the dealer they can research your VIN and get a set made.
    Rob Abbott

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    Remove the door handle and take it to a locksmith with gray hair. He will make you a key for about $15. Better yet, take him all your locks along with the ignition key and for a few bucks more he will key them all alike.

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    going to hershey? if so, find tony eugeno.. he will do what ever you need -on the spot. http://www.lockandkeyid.com/
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