Re: [DML] Getting early door keys cut, where??
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Re: [DML] Getting early door keys cut, where??


If you can get one of the locks out of the door
without damaging the little plastic parts that hold it
in, then you can send it to me and I'll handcut you a
couple new keys.  I did this on my car and several
others and all work like a champ.

The trick to not breaking anything is to carefully
follow the writeup that I posted a while back.  As
David said, be VERY careful while working inside the

I'll charge you $25.00 for two keys and that will
include shipping the lock and keys back to you. 
Contact me offline if you think this is the way you
would like to go.

Mike   TPS    1630

--- Nathan Sobieralski <valleyrat12@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I have run into a rather unexpected problem. When I
> purchased my car 
> it did not come with a door key (PO lost it) and
> since now I have  
> my door locks working again I thought this would be
> a good time to 
> cut a new key for the doors. After having extreme
> difficulty finding 
> someone to cut the door key blank I decided to call
> DMCH. I was 
> informed that it would be VERY difficult to find
> someone to cut the 
> key because the DMC 12 is the only car in the US to
> use this 
> particular lock. Great. Furthermore, I was told that
> there is a 
> conversion for the key code that would allow a
> locksmith to cut the 
> key. Perhaps some of you fellows in Europe have
> this??
> Has ANYONE had any luck having a new door key cut
> from the code for 
> an early vin car? If so, where should I look? 
> I guess if all else fails I can put new locks in the
> car but I 
> thought if my door locks work why fix what ain't
> broke...
> Nathan
> 2277

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