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It’s a cruciform key for a steering wheel lock. The measurements for the keyway profile are 1mm on 3 sides, 1.4mm on 1 side, and the diameter is 8mm. It looks like all four shear lines are keyed, each with 3 positions. I skimmed through the Silca catalogue, but couldn’t even find a matching blank.
That’s a print out showing the dealership tried to run the vehicles VIN in order to retrieve the key code and PIN code. In this case, for whatever reason, Nissan says they don’t have that information for your vehicle. It happens with Nissan, and it happens way too much.
In my area, there is only one local locksmith who is planning on retiring very soon. My uncle has shown me a little about the trade and with his guidance, have started the Foley-Belsaw course. I was wondering if after I completed the course since there are no local locksmiths to apprentice under whether I would become licensed or need to complete more courses.
I live in pennsylvania, thank you!
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