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Can't find wheel lock key for 2005 VW. Can't take it anywhere because sitting in driveway with flat tire. Is there an emergency type wheel lock removal key available to buy?

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It would be cheaper to call out local brakedown recovery people , they will have one and remove it for you, you possibly could buy one from a motor vehicle supply store expencive way or online, sorry its not that helpfull

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If you don't know the number then you will have to get them all removed by professional ie the dealer or a tyre centre and buy a new set of bolts/nuts.

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