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I have lost the key to my 2003 toyota Rav 4 and need to get a new one. how do i do this

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As long as you can provide the VIN number and proof of ownership, the dealer will have access to the factory key code for your vehicle.

Posted on Oct 04, 2011

  • Samara Rogers Oct 04, 2011

    How do i get the VIN number? and i bought the car second hand so how do i find out which dealer to get the information? Thank you

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    Chuck Oct 04, 2011

    The VIN is on the title and registration papers. It is also on the tag that is on the top of the dashboard near the drivers side corner. ANY Toyota dealer will have access to the information for making a new key. If it included a passive anti theft then that part will have to be reprogrammed.

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