Toyota Key Replacement
Toyota Key Replacement

Toyota Key Replacement

Are you driving a Toyota? If so, good for you! A fine and dependable vehicle, one of our favorite makers here at Mile High Locksmith. Did you know that Toyota was started as a company in 1926 by Sackichi Toyoda to manufacture and sell the fabric looms that he had invented? Or that in 2008 Toyota was the largest carmaker on earth with over 600 subsidiary companies? Even now, despite the overwhelming numbers of American trucks manufactured, Toyota still has the number 4 most manufactured truck on earth (the Hilux) and the number 8 most manufactured truck on earth (the “Taco”). Surprised that we know these things? Don’t be- here at Mile high Locksmith we know almost everything about Toyota. 

That’s because we are the premier car locksmith in the Colorado Front Range for Toyota vehicles. When it comes to Toyota car key replacement or duplicate car keys you cannot do better than Mile High Locksmith and all at the most competitive Toyota car key replacement cost. Bar none! And we can prove that. Mile High Locksmith is Colorado Better Business Bureau member and we are a Subscriber Verified & Approved company with Home Advisors. We also have over 2800 “5 Star” ratings on Google. These are unbeatable credentials! We are based out of Denver but have several physical locations and an extensive service coverage area in the Colorado Front Range. And, finally, we are a 24/7/365 MOBILE car locksmith, all holidays included. WE COME TO YOU, usually within an hour of your first contact (See contact details below). 

Now then, we already know that Toyota goes back to the 1920s and that there are A LOT of them. And we can work on all of them but for your quick reference, we are most focused on the “Modern” period. So you may immediately look for us to service the following model years: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2113, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020.

Toyota Key Replacement Price

In this section, we’re going to be giving you a great deal of useful info but for openers, we know that if you require lost car key replacement in dollar terms you want to know how much to get a key made for your car. That will depend on several factors and we’ll walk you through those as well as give you a very specific starting place for gaining a concept of what your specific car requires. But, for expediency, for a “Hard Quote,” it’s best to get directly with us by phone at 720-248-8087 or 1-800-351-0548. Or, online. So, you’ve got a lost car key no spare situation like a lot of people and you need to know can I get a car key made without the original in this circumstance. The “Short Answer is- “Yes!” Now, let’s get to some general “Tech” info followed by a plethora of specific Toyota model data. There has been a long technological progression in car keys and car key devices. The “Old Fashioned” keys were very simple “shaft and channel” devices almost like home door locks and you will see some of those on Toyotas. But key devices have become more elaborate over the years evolving from Old Fashioned Metal Keys to programed Transponder Keys to Fobs, Smart Keys and even Proximity or “Prox” keys. A good rule of thumb is that the more modern the key device, the more expensive it is. For example, an Old Fashioned Key with no “chip” would run around $90- $120.00 while a “Chipped” Transponder Key would be in the area of $149- $180.00. And a Smart or Prox key could be $180- $300.00 or even more depending on the model. So, again, quick contact with us will get you the facts PDQ. But below, to get you started yourself if you like, you’ll find specific Toyota models and years and the key data for each.

Happy hunting!

MODELS & KEY DATA

4 Runner– 1984- 1989 had an Old Fashioned metal either X137 or TR33; 1990 – 1995, also an old fashioned key designated X211 or TR44; 1996 – 1998 the Runner had an old fashioned key assigned either X217 or TR47.  1999 – 2002, the Runner got Transponder Keys designated TOY43AT4, EK3TOY43, EK3TOYLBTOY42*, or TOY43-GTK#

4 Runner LTD– 1999 – 2002 had a transponder key assigned either EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, or TOY43-GTK#.

4 Runner with Prox– 2010 – 2019 these latest Runners have a Smart Prox Key designated OEM# 89904-35010.

Avalon XLS & XL- 1995 – 1997 the Avalon had an Old Fashioned Metal key designated X217 or TR47; 1998 – 2004 it got a Transponder Key designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43* or TOY43-GTK#.

Camry– 1983 – 1991, the first Camrys had an Old Fashioned Key designated X159 or   TR37. 1992 – 1997, this second-generation Camry also had two Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 or TR47; 1998 – 2002 this generation got Transponder Keys designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY43AT4.

Camry CE & LE– 2003 – 2009, these had Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, or TOY43-GTK#. 

Camry CE & LE Type 1 System– 2003 – 2006 this one had the Transponder designated TOY43AT4

Camry CE & LE Type 2 System– 2003 – 2006 had a Transponder Key designated TOY44D-PT

Camry Hybrid– 2007 – 2007 was equipped with a Transponder Key designated TOY44D-PT

Camry With Prox Key– 2007 – 2011 for these years, the Prox option was designated OEM# 89904-06041 or 89904-33181; 2012 – 2017 this Prox was designated OEM# 89904-06140; 2018 – 2019 and finally this one was designated OEM# 89904-06220 or 89904-33550

Camry With Regular Ignition– 2007 – 2011 had a Transponder Key designated TOY44D-PT, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43* or TOY43-GTK#; 2012 – 2014 also had a Transponder designated TOY43-GTS or T80 Transponder (GTHT80); 2012 – 2014 had one Transponder designated TOY44G-PT; 2015 – 2017 one Transponder designated TOY44H-PT; 2018 – 2019 one Transponder again, designated TOY48H-PT.

Camry XLE– 1998 – 2001 this Cam had 4 Transponder Keys designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, or TOY43-GTK#; 2002 – 2003 also four Transponder for this one designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43* or TOY43-GTK#

Celica Convertible– 1981 – 1983 had an Old Fashioned Key designated T61C or T61C; 1984 – 1989 Old Fashioned Key designated X137 or TR33; 1990 – 1993 also an Old Fashioned Key designated X211 or TR44; 1994 – 1999 again an Old Fashioned Key designated either X217 or TR50

Celica Coupe– 1990 – 2005 had an Old Fashioned Key designated either X217 or TR47

Celica Liftback– 1981 – 1983 had two Old Fashioned Keys designated either T61C or T61C; 1984 – 1986 also two Old Fashioned Keys designated X137 or TR33; 1987 – 1990 again, two Old Fashioned Keys designated X151 or TR39; 1991 – 1993 two Old Fashioned Keys once again, designated X212 or TR46

Corolla– 1993 – 2004 this model had an Old Fashioned Key designated either X217 or TR47; 2005 – mid-2010 Corolla got a Transponder Key designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT; mid-2010 – 2013 but in mid-’10 the Transponders changed to TOY44G-PT, TOY43-GTS w, or T80 Transponder (GTHT80); 2014 – 2019 the Transponder Key became designated TOY44H-PT

Corolla With Prox– 2009 – 2011, there was a Prox designated OEM# 89904-33181; 2014 – 2019 had a Prox Smart Key designated OEM# 89904-06140

Corolla IM– 2017 – 2019 this Corolla had a Transponder Key designated TOY48H-PT.

Corolla Liftback– 1984 – 1989 this one had two Old Fashioned Keys designated X137 or TR33

Corolla Sedan, Coupe, Hardtop– 1981 – 1982 the model had Old Fashioned Keys designated T61C or T61C; 1983 – 1987 it had Old Fashioned Keys designated X137 or TR33; 1998 – 1990 the Old Fashioned Keys were designated X174 or TR40; 1991 – 1992 these Old Fashioned Keys were designated X211 or TR44. 

Corolla Wagon, Station Wagon 2WD– 1981 – 1987 these years saw three Metal Old Fashioned Keys designated TR25, TR25, X174 and TR40; 1988 – 1992  these years there were two Old Fashioned Keys designated X151 and TR39; 1993 – 1995 two Old Fashioned Keys for these years as well, designated X223 or TR53. 

Corolla FX, FX16– 1987 – 1988 only two Old Fashioned Keys on these models, designated either X146 or B56

Corona– 1981 – 1982, just two Old Fashioned Keys designated X37 or TR28

Cressida– 1981 – 1987 three Old Fashioned Keys on this model, designated TR25, TR25 X37, or TR28

Cressida Sedan– 1981 – 1988 Old Fashioned Keys on this one, either X159 or TR37;

1989 – 1992 Old Fashioned Keys again, either X174 or TR40

Echo– 2000 – 2002 two Old Fashioned Keys designated either X174 or TR40; 2003- 2005 only one Old Fashioned Key designated X217-TR47

FJ Cruiser– 2006 – 2010 these had Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, or TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2015 Transponders also for these models designated TOY44G-PT TOY43-GTS w or T80 Transponder (GTHT80)

Highlander– 2001 – 2003 in these years, the model had BOTH Transponders and Old Fashioned Metal Keys. The Transponders were designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*or TOY43-GTK#. And the Metal Keys were designated X217 or TR47; 2004 – 2010 Regular Ignition models have Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT

Highlander With Prox– 2008 – 2013 had two Smart Keys designated OEM# 89904-48100 or 89904-48110.

Highlander– 2011 – 2013, there were Transponder Keys designated TOY43-GTSw, T80 Transponder (GTHT80), and TOY44G-PT; 2014 -2019 saw a Smart Key designated OEM# 89904-0E120. 2014 – 2019 saw a Smart key designated OEM# 89904-OE120 and a Transponder designated TOY44H-PT

Land Cruiser– One of the most renowned 4X4s on earth for a long time! And one of our favorites! 1981 – 1982 it had an Old Fashioned Key designated T61C; 1983 – 1990 also an Old Fashioned metal key designate X137 or TR33; 1991 – 1998 the Old Fashioned Key remained and was designated either X211 orTR4; 1998 – 2002 the Transponder came into use and the Transponder Key was designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43* or TOY43-GTK#; 2003 – 2008 in these models the Transponder Keys remained and were designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT; 2009 – 2017 Dealer FOB Key Fob was introduced.

Matrix– 2003 – 2004 This model only had the Old Fashioned Metal Key designated X217 or TR47; 2005 – 2010 the Transponder Key showed up designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2014 the Transponder Key remained and was designated TOY44G-PT, TOY43-GTS w or T80 Transponder (GTHT80)

MR2– 1985 – 1990 had the Old Fashioned Key designated X137 or TR33; 1991 – 1995 it retained the Old Fashioned Key designated X174 or TR40

MR2 Spyder– 2001 – 2005 had only the Transponder Key designated TOY57-PT

Paseo– 1992 – 1998 had the Old Fashioned Key for the entire run designated either X212 orTR46

Previa Van– 1991 – 1998 these had an Old Fashioned Key designated either X212 or TR46

Prius– 2001 – 2003 started with a Transponder Key designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*or TOY43-GTK#; 2004 – 2008 the Transponder Key remained and was designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT; 2009 – 2011 the Smart Key arrived and was designated OEM# 89904-47230 or 89904-47150

Rav 4– 1994 – 2000 the first years saw only two Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 or TR47; 2001 – 2005 it retained the Old Fashioned Keys X217/TR47 but two new “Old Fashioneds” were added and designated X220 and TR50; 2006 – 2010 four Transponder Keys arrived and were designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, and TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2012  Transponder Keys were again issued and designated TOY43-GTS w, T80 Transponder (GTHT80) and TOY44G-PT

Sequoia– 2001 – 2002 started and retained the Transponder Key for its entire run, for these years they were designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43* or TOY43-GTK#; 2003 – 2010 for these years the Transponders were designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK# or TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2014 again, Transponders designated TOY43-GTS w, T80 Transponder (GTHT80) or TOY44G-PT; 2015 – 2019 for the final model years the only Transponder Key was designated TOY44H-PT

Sienna With Prox Key-2011 – 2019 this was a Prox Key designated OEM# 89904-08010.

Sienna With Regular Ignition– 2011 – 2014, all of the regular ignitions did have Transponder Keys designated TOY43-GTS w, T80 Transponder (GTHT80), or OY44G-PT; 2015 – 2019 only one Transponder Key designated TOY44H-PT

Small Pickup– 1981 – 1988 a little workhorse, it had only Old Fashioned Keys designated X137/TR33; 1989 – 1995, there were two Old Fashioned Keys designated X174 and TR40

Solera– 2004 – 2010, this model had four Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, or TOY44D-PT

Solera SE– 1999 – 2001 for this earlier run, it had two Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 and TR47; 2002 – 2003 for this model, the Transponder Keys arrived and were designated TOY43AT4, EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*or TOY43-GTK#. 

Solera SLE– 1999 – 2003 for these years, the SLE had Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, or TOY43AT4; 2004 – 2008 the Transponder Keys were designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, and TOY44D-PT

T100– 1993 – 1998 only had two Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 and TR47

Tacoma– 1995 – 2004 the legendary “Taco,” bestselling midsize truck on the planet and 8th bestselling truck of any size! For these years it had two Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 and TR47; 2005 – 2010 it went to the Transponder Keys with designations of EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, and TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2015 there were two Transponders designated TOY43-GTS w and T80 Transponder (GTHT80); 2011 – 2015 just one Transponder designated TOY44G-PT; 2016 – 2019 again, only one Transponder designated TOY44H-PT

Tacoma With Prox Key– 2016 – 2019 has had an available Smart Key designated OEM# 89904-0E091

Tercel, Tercel Sedan, Tercel Wagon– 1981 – 1982 they all had Old Fashioned Keys, in these models designated T61C and T61C; 1983 – 1990 again the Old Fashioned Keys designated X137 and TR33; 1991 – 1998 and once again, the Old Fashioned Keys designated X212 and TR46

Tercel Liftback– 1981 – 1982 all Tercels had Old Fashioned Keys, these models’ keys were designated T61C and T61C. 1983 – 1990 here, the Old Fashioned Keys were designated X137 and TR33 Metal key; 1991 – 1998, and here they were designated X151 and TR39

Tundra– 2000 – 2005 these models had Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 and TR47; 2007 – 2010 the Transponder came to stay with the Tundra and was designed EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, and TOY44D-PT; 2011 – 2015 these Transponder Keys were designated TOY43-GTS w, / T80 Transponder (GTHT80) or TOY44G-PT; 2016 – 2017 the Transponders were designated TOY43-GTS w, T80 Transponder (GTHT80) and TOY44G-PT. 2016 – 2019 there was another Transponder Key in some models designated TOY44H-PT

Venza With Prox– 2009 – 2010, the Smart keys were designated OEM# 89904-0T010 or 89904-0T020; mid-2010 – 2015, the Smart Keys were designated either OEM# 89904-0T050 or 89904-0T060

Venza With Regular Transmission– 2009 – 2010, these models had Transponder Keys designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, or TOY44D-PT; mid-2010 – 2015 the Transponder Keys were designated TOY44G-PT, TOY43-GTS w and T80 Transponder (GTHT80)

Yaris– 2007 – 2018 some versions had just the Old Fashioned Keys designated X217 and TR47; 2007 – 2011 but there were also option Transponder Keys available in these years designated EK3-TOY43, EK3LBTOY43*, TOY43-GTK#, and TOY44D-PT; 2012 – 2014 the Transponder Keys were designated TOY43-GTS w, T80 Transponder (GTHT80) and TOY44G-PT; 2015 – 2018 these had one Transponder Key designated TOY44H-PT

Yaris With Prox– 2017 – 2019 This one had one Smart Key designated OEM# 89904-WB001

Yaris IA– 2017 – 2018 two Smart Keys here designated OEM# DD1B-67-5RY or 89904-WB003.

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Having gone through all that data, please allow us to go back to some best options for you. First, if you’ve seen that we have the data please be advised that you should call us and have us do the work. We not only have the data; we have the key device and the expertise and skill to get the job DONE RIGHT! Now, we mentioned that we are a 24/7/365 mobile car locksmith all holidays included so you don’t need to be worrying about where to get car keys made or where can I get Toyota key replacement near me? WE ARE NEAR YOU NOW! Where to get car keys made is quite simply anywhere in our extensive Front Range service area (please see below). And that means WHERE YOU ARE RIGHT NOW! So, here’s what to do if you lose your car keys: Call Mile High Locksmith or contact us online. The website is monitored just as closely as the phone lines are and when you summon us a tech will be assigned immediately to your case and that tech will call you on your phone usually within 2 minutes. Then that tech will be at your location usually within 20 to 45 minutes. No Front Range car locksmith will get to you more quickly than we will. Also, we know that some insurers will pay part or all of a car locksmith fee so we’ll make sure that you have the documentation you need to secure the greatest dollar coverage under your insurance. And, to make clear how serious we are about getting to you quickly let us mention that we have learned that the fastest way for us to get a tech onsite with you is to have you use the website to summon us. So, we automatically apply a 10% discount to all services booked that way- it’s just our way of showing our appreciation for you helping us to serve you better!

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