[DML] Re: Key Blank question
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[DML] Re: Key Blank question

Key code won't be on the key itself. For your car it should be a 4
digit number, beginning with a "7". You'll find more details about
locating your key code here:


Molded head repro key blanks are $12.95 each, part number 109100.


I cna cut to the code, as well, if needed. Email me for details.

James Espey
DMC (Texas)

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Macias" <jdm5@xxxx> wrote:
> As far as key code, I only have three letters (no numbers) on the 
> shaft. Is this it?
> John
> #7009
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, kjc <ckevinj@xxxx> wrote:
> > Most of the blanks are junk compared to the repros.
> > I've used the ilco's to make keys from code, and used an ilco as my 
> key for 
> > several years against my own better judgement until it sheared off 
> in the 
> > ignition, and my ignition isn't stiff or rough at all.
> > The repro head keys are just better-- they are a tougher metal and 
> feel so 
> > much nicer when you start the car. Definitely worth it.
> > 
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