Back at the restored Caboose in Colfax, CA
Cutting keys is only about 10% of what we do. With this Chevy van, the keys were working intermittently in the ignition. Why? Well, that’s what we’re about to find out.
First, take the shroud off, upper and lower. The…
Be sure to purchase your key fobs from a reputable source. In order to make the fobs work, we plug our computer into your car’s OBD port under the dash, then program the new key to your car’s computer….
These Yale keys were pre-bent at the factory. Only made for a couple of years. Not sure why they had to be bent.
These customers needed deadbolts, but as an upgrade we added these dinosaurs.
At Lively Locks & Dead Bolts, we constantly update our key blank inventory so that when you, the customer, asks, “Do you have a hood lock key for my 1998 Southco Motorhome?” or when you might ask, “Do you…
Here’s a 1933 Ford with a Corvette engine. No door locks on this expensive kit car.
No one actually cuts keys with a laser beam! Instead, “laser” cut keys are milled with a tiny router. Regular house keys are cut on a key machine that uses a circular blade, whereas laser-cut/side-winder/milled/high security keys are cut…