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Lost key (last one) to 1986 Toyota Le Van

The last key I had to my van broke off when I tried to unlock the back door. I have the main piece of the key, but not the nub that broke off inside the door (fell out and I couldn't find it). I've been told that the only way to get a replacement key is to give Toyota the serial number found inside on the door, but, for the life of me, I can't find any serial number anywhere.

Any advice as to how I can get a replacement key?

Thanks!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    it is on drivers door on the inside of the door near the door lock cylinder.

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Hello, What you need is the Vehicle Indetification Number ( VIN ). It should be on your vehicle registration paper. If not it will be on the dash at the bottom of the windshield. Take that number to the dealer and they can make you a key. Some locksmiths have the punch codes for car keys and can make you a key also. Good luck.

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You can take the lock assembly out and take it to a lock smith and tell them you need a key made to fit this lock

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