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Old 02-08-2013, 07:14 AM   #15
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I think that dealers can make the key from the VIN. Might be worth getting the key chip code and saving it in your wallet?
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:48 AM   #16
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Hide spare working key inside.

Spare door key outside.

You can get in, someone who finds key can also get in, but not start it.
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:54 PM   #17
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I think that dealers can make the key from the VIN. Might be worth getting the key chip code and saving it in your wallet?

Had a gentelman lock his keys in his pickup, The local locksmith wanted like 85 bucks, And it's one of the few car doors I could not open (I have only seen 2 so far) with my skills.. (yes, I'm good at it). Loaded him up and took him to a dealer.. This is a door key, no electronics

He handed the parts man his Driver's license, Registration and a 20 dollar bill

They handed him his License, registration, 2 dollars change and a brand new door key,, Worked too.

I'm sure the price has gone up now.
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Keys should be on the dog's collar. Who would try ta take em? Always there when ya need em.
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Keys should be on the dog's collar. Who would try ta take em? Always there when ya need em.
How do you get the dog to stop wiggling when you're trying to put the key in the ignition???

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Keys should be on the dog's collar. Who would try ta take em? Always there when ya need em.
A dog fob. Wouldn't the dog make it difficult to put your keys in your pocket?
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A dog fob. Wouldn't the dog make it difficult to put your keys in your pocket?
This is where it gets radically creative.
The keys are on a key fob with retractible cord?
The keys clip onto to the tag loop?
This could be a new industry!!!
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Gee...I was thinkin' he was just "the dog ate my homework" blaming the dog...

Hey Jchet!

Do you really think they're in the dog???

True story. The DW teaches English, and usually brings papers home to grade. Our doggie likes to chew paper. The DW had to explain to a couple of her students that "The dog ate YOUR homework"
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