Question about 1987 Toyota Celica
Need to replace worn out car keys. Need to have key code so I can get new ones cut. There is supposed to be a hidden key code somewhere on the right door lock assembly. Can't find it. Help!
It would be rare to have the key code printed on the lock assembly on a Toyota. Some domestics provide this, but not Toyota. Best thing to do: Remove the door lock cylinder assembly from the door. Take it to a professional locksmith. Using his skills, he can "decode" the internals of your lock, and duplicate you a new key.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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