Inherited '82 lincoln continental.locking lug nut. how to get replacement key?
1990 Lincoln Continental

Inherited '82 Lincoln Continental.Locking lug nut. How to get replacement key?

(1990 Lincoln Continental)
My mother died and left me her beautiful old Lincoln. Can't change flat tire due to locking lug nuts. I have NO idea where to find the key. Please, help? Have car serial #.
1 answer & 2 comments
Popular Answer
on February 29, 2012
Do the locks stick out?
What works sometimes is you take an impact socket that almost fit
over the lock,hammer socket over lock nut and that will remove
them sometimes with a breaker bar.
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on February 29, 2012
Thamks so much for your kind interest. One of my neighbors volunteered to get it off for me. He succeeded after considerable effort. Now, I don't know how to remove my question from this website. Thanks for your reply.
on March 01, 2012
I don't know if you can remove it,i never ask a question on here yet.
Other people will see that it was answered and also see your
reply that you got them off.
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on February 29, 2012
Do the locks stick out?
What works sometimes is you take an impact socket that almost fit
over the lock,hammer socket over lock nut and that will remove
them sometimes with a breaker bar.
Sign in to reply
on February 29, 2012
Thamks so much for your kind interest. One of my neighbors volunteered to get it off for me. He succeeded after considerable effort. Now, I don't know how to remove my question from this website. Thanks for your reply.
on March 01, 2012
I don't know if you can remove it,i never ask a question on here yet.
Other people will see that it was answered and also see your
reply that you got them off.

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