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Replacing the only set of keys

(1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2500)
in Sacramento, CA on September 07, 2009
I lost my only set of keys (door, ignition). Can they be replaced? I owned a Honda and same thing, but I was able to retrieve a code from a door lock. Is that the case on Suburban?
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of Greg Solow's Engine Room on September 08, 2009
If the ignition key and door lock key is the same and the dealer is not able to supply you with a key call a locksmith. Our local locksmith comes out and makes keys by removing the door panel and making a key from the drivers door tumbler. Once you have a "new" door lock key worse case you may have to replace the ignition lock if the new key doesn't work.
on September 07, 2009
you can have the dealer look up your key code from the parts database and possibly they can cut you a new set of original keys.
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