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Q: Factory key replacment

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i needed to know the cheapest way i can get a factory oem keys made because both were lost

If you do not have any key then you will need to have an automotive locksmith come and try and make a key and program it. Or you will need to tow vehicle to a dealer so they can get key code and make keys and program them or if no key code then drill out key cylinder and install new key cylinder then program keys. These are your only cources of action to follow in order.

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