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Sameone tried to stole it and damaged the ignitionkey hole and now I'm looking for new one but,I want to key for all the loock's like the original .I just want to buy the wright one.

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A locksmith may be able to repair it-but if u get a new one the key will probly be different-contact manafacturar

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5. Wait for the key light to come on solid, then go off on the dash and turn pliers/key back to off position…note, if key light is flashing, tilt pliers slightly and try again.

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8. Use pliers to align receiver knob to run position and Insert new key cylinder (remember to insert new key in new cylinder and align so cylinder will slide in properly - key should be turned in cylinder to run position).

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