|11-10-2009 10:20 AM|
you can re-key the locks yourself.
check this video out.
Kbrawlz - How to rekey a jeep door lock cylinder
YouTube - Kbrawlz - How to rekey a jeep door lock cylinder
|11-10-2009 09:51 AM|
|adkjoe||I have never once locked my doors on my jeep, I don't see a point. Since most thief's don't know how to use a zipper leaving my doors unlocked saves me a cut window in the soft top. I don't leave anything valuable in the jeep, even if I locked the doors all that keeps people out is a zipper or a box cutter, it's pointless.|
|11-10-2009 09:11 AM|
|irontom||Hm, I do not bother to lock the doors. Usually there is a big empty space where the roof should be. But I do agree that a locksmith should be able to change the tumbler setup in the doors. Got that done on my old VW after someone tried to break in and messed up the tumbler.|
|11-10-2009 08:10 AM|
|jgano23||i agree with everyone. call a locksmith. it will probably be much less expensive than the dealer and no VIN needed.|
|11-09-2009 08:19 PM|
Thanks...I'll check with the locksmith. The dealership was only going to charge about $15...so hopefully the locksmith isn't much more than that. If so, no big deal. Locking up the jeep isn't a huge necessity....since I keep it in a garage and only drive it once a week or so.
|11-09-2009 04:01 PM|
Sure any lock smith
will cut keys for your door
even those mobil vans
Thats what I did on another jeep
When I was driving around I saw a guy sitting
in his lock smith van eating lunch
I asked him if he wanted to make some cash
under the table 30 bucks and I had keys for both doors and tailgate
not sure if it was a great deal but well worth it to me
|11-09-2009 03:29 PM|
|jeepers92||Lock smith might be able to re tumble the locks to get 1 key to work for all, Im not sure if they can on car doors but worth asking about!|
|11-09-2009 03:25 PM|
Jeep doors come with locks??? Try calling a couple local locksmiths. I am sure someone there can assist with re-keying your doors for you.
|11-09-2009 02:55 PM|
new doors, can't get keys made
I recently bought new half doors for my YJ, but the previous owner did not have keys. The local dealerships are able to cut keys if I supply a VIN number, however they will only use the VIN number on my title (since it proves I'm the owner)...and the doors obviously have a different VIN number.
Any help on what else I can do, besides changing the locks (which would cost a lot more I'm guessing)? Not sure if anybody else cuts keys without checking this.