Only your door, liftgate, and glove box locks can be keyed the same (all four locks use the same key), as the ignition switch is a different key design. Dare I ask why you need replacements? Not sure whether it would cost more to have a good locksmith make keys or to buy new lock cylinders. I believe the only place you can get any of those are at a dealership, if you want all-matching stuff, every resource I know of or can check doesn't have anything.
Last edited by kernel-panic; 04-18-2007 at 06:35 PM.
when i got my b2 several years ago..all i had was an ignition key..therefore i could not lock my doors,i went to a locksmith shop and they charged me $75 to key the locks and make me a couple of new keys..it was worth it than having to go through all the trouble of having to replace the lock cylinders...price around,it will cost more for them to come onsite,than if you bring it to them
You can go to your local auto parts store for the door locks they cost 20-30 dollers ( actual ford locks ) they are easy as pie to install. I had someone try to break into my truck, lucky for me they sucked at the time as car theives cause they punched the lock all the way thru and lost the rod at the bottom of the doors. As for the ignition just go find a wrecking yard and pull one that has the key that is not worn down. The wear on the key will tell you if the lock has had a hard life. If its all worn down look for a diffrent one,
NAPA is the best for doing this and they can be ordered as a set. The other option is to go to the dealer some will tell you they can't but others will do the ordering. When I worked for U-haul we kept both the six and ten cuts as a set and rental companies still do it today. One Key all the locks. Also check online at Karr Products as they sold lock sets for a variety of vehicles.
NAPA must only do that in-store, because I couldn't find ***** on their online catalog (as with every other online catalog for well-known auto parts stores, not to mention EVERY other parts source I have bookmarked!). Good info to know, though, thanks Eric! I'll keep that in mind if I have to re-key my truck(s).
EDIT: Did a search for Karr Products and didn't get anything that resembled what would be relevant. Do you have a hyperlink, Eric?
Last edited by kernel-panic; 04-21-2007 at 12:15 AM.