I never have a car that dont have at least one duplicate set. Usually I have one on the car somewhere and one kept at home. If it uses different keys, I keep a spare door key only hidden on the car and the ignition key hidden inside. Even if they find the outside key, they still cant start it, and I never leave anything visible in the car to steal. No one wants to steal an AM/ cassette player...
What year is your car? I have some extra keys for the 88 that I used to have. Oh I purchased a couple of used locks to try to repair the trunk lock. And of course they were wrong and not for 88. Hmm you probably do not know the key blank letter? A B C D etc. Let me know if I can help. Are you north or south of Hastings? Steve W NE Grand Rapids, MI
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We just had the same problem. One of the keys to my wifes 200 came up missing and of course guess who was blamed? Well I have checked all over the house, back tracked where I was for two days, stopping and asking at all the places I could think of. Two weeks have passed, I took the seats out of the Fiero just in case it fell under, Checked All my coats to see if it was left in a pocket. Looked everywhere.
I get a phone call yesterday at work. Good news she found the key. Guess where? In one of HER coat pockets. She had worn the coat when it was warm here a few weeks ago and then the cold so she put the coat in a different closet. Well she was moving her coats around and decided to wear that coat and found the key.
found... I'm gettin a copy this seems to be a trend last time rhought I locked in car though
You need a wife, I have my set of keys and she has hers. but when I wasn't married I always did like Roger said, one hidden outside and one inside as well as an extra set at home, even when I was younger. Locksmiths ai't cheap and a pain and even more expensive when out on the road or its late.