Can you get a car key replaced even if it's not the original key?
I have a 2004 Toyota and I don't have the original key. Will they be able to replace the key even if it's a copy?
“Yes, you can replace your car key without having the original.
In order to get a new key fob, you’ll need:
- proof of ownership
- make and model of the vehicle
With this, you should be able to get a replacement at a Toyota dealership.
You can also find a reliable locksmith to help you out or look into your car’s warranty.”
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