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Old 01-22-2013, 07:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been to 3 Box type stores and no one can make a key for my Tracker. Any suggestions as to where I can get a key made short of the Stealership?

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Any locksmith worth his salt should be able to cut a key.... Philip
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We had replikeys for our GV made at Home Depot...I'd think the Tracker would be the same or simpler ~
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The local Lowes cut a key for me. Total cost of $0.73 after tax.

It is very strange they can't cut a key for you...
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The guy probably didn't know how to cut keys! Nothing special about them, at least not my 2001.
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Thanks all, I got the keys cut by a locksmith, blanks were common. I don't know why the Box stores were unable to cut them.

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