Key Fob Update

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….

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1935 Dodge Sedan

These Yale keys were pre-bent at the factory. Only made for a couple of years. Not sure why they had to be bent.

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Dinosaur Security

These customers needed deadbolts, but as an upgrade we added these dinosaurs.

 

Just Kidding!

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New Keys/Old Keys

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…

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Fun Customer Cars from the 1900s

Here’s a 1933 Ford with a Corvette engine. No door locks on this expensive kit car.

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“Laser” Keys

 

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…

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Fun Customers

 

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Lose your keys?

We’ll go just about anywhere! This is Tahoe BEFORE the latest storms of February, 2017.

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Chipped Keys

AUTO KEYS & FOBS

 PROXIMITY REMOTES

 KEY CLONING!!!

Cars and Trucks

Transponders -Electronic Keys!!!

Our transponder keys typically cost a fraction of what the dealers charge.  Our computer “reads” the electronic transponder in the…

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Current Challenges: Antique Locks

Lively Locks & Dead Bolts rarely refuses a challenge. Here are a few unusual jobs that have recently crossed our path.

 

Westcraft Travel Trailer Door Lock

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