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Drop keys down inside of the rubber **** for the brake then they slide backwards how do i get them out

Drop keys down inside of the rubber slit for the brake then they slide backwards how do i get them out

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Haha FixYa thinks you used a rude word!
How about a tool like this, as keys aren't usually magnetic

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from large auto parts outlets

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