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  • Locking Wheel Nuts - No key - Help

    Today I spotted a bulge in the trye wall, so did the sensible thing and headed off the the trye shop.

    Problem - I dont have the key to remove the locking wheel nut. I have only had the car for 6 months and I am adamant I have never had the key, the dealer isnt much help as they say they dont have it.

    Is there anything I can do?

  • #2
    You have a few options fella,
    1, vauxhall garage should have a master set and could get the code off it and order VIA vauxhall,

    2, you can get a locking nut removal tool from halfrauds for a tender, you would need new locking bolts tho,

    3, you can buy a full master set yourself, not really pheasable tho lol,

    I would be telling vxl to supply you with the correct key once they work out which one fits, as that is out of order
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    • #3
      Get one ordered up from Vx only take a couple of days to come and not expensive either

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      • #4
        do you know the key number from your dealer?

        yes you can order them but i wouldnt say they are cheap - RRP £30.00 ish!

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        • #5
          Mine had them, get key from Halfords for £3! Fitted fine

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          • #6
            wtf halfords sell locking nut removal kits why dont they just steel peoples wheels themselves lol

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sootie600 View Post
              wtf halfords sell locking nut removal kits why dont they just steel peoples wheels themselves lol
              Sounds like a good idea that mate,
              Do you think they will do it to order lol
              Would like to do more,

              Milltek cat back, Whiteline RARB, Cruise Control, Light & Sight Pack, Parrot Blue Tooth Hands free Phone Connection & both rear fog lights working

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              • #8
                Ignore my post I misread topic. I thought we were talking about locking dust caps.. Hence my £3 from Halfords comments. Taxi for Paul..

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                • #9
                  After a lot of searching I managed to get a replacement key on ebay for £20. Off to get the tyre replaced this afternoon!!!

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