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I do not have a key to remove my spare tire. There is a lock built into rear bumper. Cannot access tire with tool to lower the spare.

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If its an aftermarket lock drill out lock and remove if it came as a dealer option check glove box or jack area for spare key

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    On my 2000 siverado the ignition key works that lock..

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