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The dealer should be able to cut a new key with information from vin number they may want proof of ownership. Some cars have a code stamped into the drivers door lock barrel you may be able to take this code to a locksmith to get a new key cut, you need to be aware they may not be code key if it is a transponder type
both sets, ?
if all is lost.
any lock smith can pick the lock.
or cut a new key, with your key code, lost that too?
the dealer can look it up, and then cut you a key too.
always have a backup. I only run copies, of orig. keys..
and keep a flat key in my wallet.
You cannot disable the immobiliser. If it were that easy, any car theif could defeat it by searching the internet. If you dont have any more master keys, you will have to have your local Toyota dealer reseed (reprogram) the immobiliser code, and program new keys for you. It should be about 2 hours labor and cost of keys, but only a dealer can do it. They need to use the Toyota scan tool, and access a Toyota only website with security codes.