Buying keys isn't something you do everyday. Here's a couple things you should know.
Key Codes vs Part Numbers.
Most original keys have the manufactures name on it and/or a key code on them.
A key code is a series of letters and/or numbers that tells a locksmith or dealer how to make a key when customers have no keys. Most aftermarket keys have part numbers on them.
Key codes are not the same as part numbers. This is why you may not be finding what you need when inserting the key code into our search box.
OK. What do I do now?
There's a couple ways you can search our inventory without searching the entire store.
The easiest ways to find what you need are either searching by manufacturer or with our car key blank look up tool.
Here are some examples.
Searching by Manufacturer
Your key has the name Kwikset on it. Let's search Kwikset by manufacturer. Here's how.
Click Key Blanks, found beneath the logo in the upper left corner.
Click Shop by Manufacturer.
Click K (to view all manufactures beginning with the letter K) and find Kwikset.
This page will show you everything we stock that we know fits Kwikset products.
Find the key that looks like yours. Read our product details, and even learn how to view the key in real size.
Finding your car keys
We have spent hundreds of hours compiling data to make finding what you need easy.
If you haven't tried our Find Your Car Keys here tool, give it a try. It's super easy, fun to use and can be found in the red header on every page.
Simply choose the Make of your vehicle, the model and the year to view everything we offer.
Confirm it's what you need on the product page and you're good to go.
I still can't find what I need.
We recommend having a local locksmith identify your key for an Ilco part number. Once you have the Ilco part number, simply insert it into our search box to view and purchase.