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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-02-2005, 08:36 PM
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Okay I just got a 77 lift back today and it has no keys... its unlocked and I already pulled the right side lock cylinder I just cant seem to find the keycode....I dunno if its bc of age of the car or what...anyone happen to know what I can do it would be a great help...thanks
 
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-04-2005, 01:27 PM
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Maybe a locksmith would be able to make one for you or you could find a new ignition with key somewhere online?


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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-11-2005, 06:40 PM
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Forget the stupid locksmith!! I had the same problem on my 1977 Celica ST, no keys. I found an aftermarket lock cylinder set with keys at schucks. 20 dollars is better than the 50 to 100 dollars a locksmith will charge you.
 
 
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I dunno about first gens, but I couldn't find any 3rd gen cylinders (ignition or door). I went to a locksmith and he did all 3 (ignition -both doors), gave me 2 sets for 50 bucks.

Well, don't have the 85 GTS anymore. Gave me too much trouble. Now I have an 83 Crown Vic that Im not so proud of. Soon Im going for a 5th Gen Celica GT. The Crown Vic is a piece of dogshit.
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You could just go the Locksmith and get a new key cheaper than a window.Locksmithing service is good for keys related problems.
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not sure if it works on older cars but, what you can TRY to do is get the VIN # and contact the dealership, they can remake a new key for you. Cost is resonable. AND only if you have the original OEM locks. my 2cents.
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It worked for me and i am syre taking locksmith help will work for you too.
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