How do I get a key for my 1970 Plymouth Fury III so I can open the door and turn on the engine It has not been run in 20 yrs.

Asked by Jan 20, 2014 at 07:02 PM about the Plymouth Fury

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1970 Plymouth Fury III but it has no key .  I inherited this car from my now deceased sister.  It is rusted but some people are interested in buying the car if I can get a key for it.  How do I doo this?

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Check the ignition lock cylinder for the key code. You'll have to remove it. The key code should be stamped on the outer casing of the lock cylinder. Take the key code to your local locksmith and they can cut you a new key. The key code may also be found on the build sheet which is attached to the springs of the rear seat lower cushion. HTH. -Jim

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