You'll need to call a locksmith. Unless by some strange chance the metal tags
came with the keys are laying in the bottom of your glovebox or tucked into the
with the owners manual. It can't hurt to look.
Seems to be a recurring theme on many forums... "lost the only key" - "lost
all my keys" along with the usual moaning if it is a PATs system.
I don't understand the thinking that drives this "I've never misplaced
anything in my life" idea.
For my "good" truck (with PATs - remembering I have access to a scan tool
for key programming purposes) I have FIVE keys... one in my pocket, one in
my loving brides purse, one in the holiday trailer, one at home and one in
my toolbox at work (these three places being where I will more than likely
be when I commit the unthinkable.
I have no idea how many keys I have for the "not so good" truck.... at least
one at home, one in the kids pocket (if his dog didn't bury them again) even
though he wont drive this one any more, one in my pocket and one in the
Even with this many keys, there are times I leave myself wondering....
Once a car gets this old, the chances of the original selling dealer having
the PDI sheet with key codes attached close to hand are slim...
Quite right, Mike.... It is very sad to see so many people that don't have
the skills to realize that there is a problem brewing.
From the person with only one key to any lock to the guy that drags his
muffler along the ground for three months..... there has to be some way or
some time that common sense gets to seep into the equation...
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