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Lost Key's for my 1994 Isuzu Trooper

How do I remove the Ignition Cylinder from the Ignition Assembly? I was told in order to remove it I needed to have the Cylinder in the Accessory Position.....but I can't move it without a key.

Do I try and break throught the key hole? Or can I order a duplicate set of keys using VIN???

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-try call the ISUZU dealer and asking for the key code, owner have to call and VIN# .

try call lock smith or any other lock service, they can come to you and rekey it for you. (Last time it cost me about $140 for rekey for my truck.) hope this can help.

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I would take the vin# to the dealership parts counter and show ownership to the vehicle and have them make you new keys might cost $50 or so

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