Question about 2007 Isuzu MU-7
Hi, and that ****. I would recommend having it towed to the dealer. BUT first, If it is possible for you to call the place where you 1st bought this auto, I do believe they have this on file the exact key and can have this made for you as this is a newer model. If not, call the local dealer for this vehicle, and they have Internet connected to all other dealers that may help on this. The last thing that would have to be done, would be to change or re-key the tumbler and this is why I started with the towing process. I do believe this can be done from where you sit as they make these plastic keys now to make an impression, I believe plastic, don't quote me on this, but its made to do this job. Not sold to the public due to auto theft. So, make some calls to as many Isuzu dealers service counter and I am sure this will solve your problem!! Please try not to forget to rate me and I know you will be kind. Please keep me posted on this, as I will be watching to see if you need more help or direction on this, so if you do, please contact me by my user name below. I wish you the best!
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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