Q: Replacement key for a new ignition switch

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Hello and Thanks in advance. I have lost my truck key for the ignition switch, which is a replacement for the OEM.

My question is, Would my mechanic who replaced the ignition switch still have the required info on file to be able to make a spare?

This ignition switch was replaced approximately 1 1/2yrs ago. Made a spare and apparently the two have run off together into the 5th dimension.

Again, thanks for your time. Steven.

My car has 98000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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