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Oops! Sorry, I thought it was separate keys. But its one key for the doors and ignition. That's a GREAT IDEA. We are going to try this!!! Thanks Much!!!!

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No it should be one key. Pulling out the door lock is not that difficult but the code is only on the passengers door lock if you have the original owners manual it may also be wrote usally on the front cover. Hope This will FIXYA, Tim

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