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Old 08-22-2003, 12:43 PM   #11
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Alot of General Motors cars look alike... Especially the ones built on the same platform, Like our H Body.
I've noticed that. GPs looked just like the Berretta for a while.
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WHy do I have 2 keys for my car instead of one? My aunt has one key for all locks.
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WHy do I have 2 keys for my car instead of one? My aunt has one key for all locks.
Is one a valet key?
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Most cars come with 2 sets of keys. I keep my spares in my room...damn remote starter and auto locks...I have had that happen before. Start the car with the key, open the door...*click* and slam....DOH
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Most cars come with 2 sets of keys. I keep my spares in my room...damn remote starter and auto locks...I have had that happen before. Start the car with the key, open the door...*click* and slam....DOH
That sucks...I have never had that happen with this car, but it has happened before with the other one (and always someplace far far away from home ).

I only got one set of keys with mine (kind of annoying too because the remote is #2...I guess the previous owner lost #1 )...but we did get a valet key too (not that there'* a single valet in NH ...backwoods hicks we are :P ).
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God dangit Earl...I done told you to pak (no R;* in NH) dis cah, done gots no valets

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Most new cars come with only one key now. My 94 Suburban had 2, but the 98 Z71 had only one.

Steven........slow the mind down

Why do you drive on a parkway and park in a driveway? Why do they call them apartments when they're all stuck together? Why are there interstates in Hawaii?

And lest we forget (referring to your observations above) that the Impala SS will also be SC next year.
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i need a gun.
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Our 98 yukon keys work on everything, locks and ignition.
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Car companys are just going back in time.. my 69 chevy has 1 key for everything, (glove box, doors, iginision)
I still have most of the electrical and the engine/trans/ac outta that wrecked 99 silverado ripped appart... It was just 5.3 with leather buckets rear/side ended so the rearend was messed... I took the wheels (none smashed ) buckets... most of the interior the engine tranny (always have some of those around) pcm..
Now this truck Had remote door locks... would it be easy to put in the system into my truck? Or should I just go after market and also get a remote starter? I really like the remote starter on my new truck...
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