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We sucessfully changed key cylinder, but now the tundra is stuck in park!

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See if you have a shift lock release, usually you step on the brake and you can shift out of park when the truck is running

Posted on Dec 15, 2011

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A locksmith can rekey the locks to accept a different key. This would be much cheaper then buying and replacing all the cylinders.
You trucks ignition lock may have whats called an imobilizer Its set to your present key and if you change the key code you would need to buy imoblizer keys from the dealer and have them programed. Little pricey. Perhaps you could just change the codes on the doors and leave the ign key alone. Also you may want to change your wireless entry fobs to new ones.

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