A friend has a 1992 Plymouth. As an original owner, she had one key that
would operate ignition, doors and trunk. About 5 years there was some
work done on the car. After that it took two keys, one operated the
ignition and doors and the other key operates the trunk. I don't know
what happened but I suspect the trunk lock was replaced.
My friend would like the trunk fixed to work with the main key so she
only has to worry about one key. I assume that a locksmith can change
the trunk lock tumblers to work with the main key. Is that correct?
Assuming it is, what would be a reasonable charge for that service if
she brought the car to the locksmith? She lives on the north side of
Chicago. I'm trying to convince her to live with both keys but she is
- posted 16 years ago