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Q:i lost my keys for my mazda.its in a position i cant tow it.will the car start if i buy this item or do i need to get a key programed through the delear.i was told i need to tow car so they can scan and cut 2 keys for it.mazda 3 2005
A:Ordering a replacement set from a car dealership can be difficult and time consuming. The fastest way to replace a lost ignition key is with the help of a locksmith. Contact a locksmith in your area who specializes in auto keys. You may find it harder to find one with experience working on cars, but you should find the information listed in the yellow pages. If you lost your door key, the locksmith can make a replacement for that as well. Order a replacement ignition key from a locksmith. It generally takes a few hours for the locksmith to check your ignition against the keys they have in stock and find the right one, as well as cut down and form the right size and shape of key for your car. Check the new key by inserting it into the ignition. If the car starts right away, you're all set. However, if the key doesn't work, then you'll need to visit your dealer. This indicates the key requires programming. Take your new key to a factory dealer, preferably Mazda. The dealer can cut a new key and have it programmed on-site to work with your car and ignition.