Depends on the key. Basic will cost about $20. Chip key will cost about $80ish plus or minus. Depends on the dealer. Half hour of labor. Anythng more and they are ripping you off. It only takes a Tech. ten (10) minutes.
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The ignition lock barrel assembly is worn, a common problem in old Toyotas. You will need to take the lock barrel out and go to an auto locksmith to get the pins replaced and the keys remade. See here p12. Note you don't have to do that alarming stuff on p10-11, but you do have to get the key to work one more time by jiggling it and wiggling, to get it to the ACC position.
Hello: Take proof of ownership and picture ID to a GM dealer/Cadillac dealer and they can get you the key codes. This will only work if none of the lock cylinders have been changed but you will not know that till you get the new keys. The dealer can make keys.
No this is NOT Normal, The Tumblers in the Lock Are Wore Out and , My Advise Is for you to Replace the Ignition Lock Cylinder ASAP as it is Possible for it to STOP WORKING all Together thus Leaving you Possibly Stranded Somewhere.
Ignition Lock Cylinder
Part OEM Part# Price (DEALER) Ignition Switch Lock Cylinder Skill LevelIgnition Switch Lock Cylinder