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Old 10-12-2018, 07:28 PM   #1
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Coming soon!

Sorry to get those who saw the title all excited and blue balled.

By the original author of writing keys to your ews, using both the ak90 and the ews editor lite, as well as proving that a used ews can be swapped in.

I will also have a solution to removing the ignition cylinder without busting up the cylinder and replacing the housing or the ignition switch.

At the moment I'm waiting for a customer to order the parts so I can perform the procedure. ***x1f60a;

This will be helpful for people who have lost their only key
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Old 10-13-2018, 01:55 AM   #2
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Although I can still accomplish this diy, out of my own pocket, can the forum please review this and give me your honest opinion?

Am I being lied in to helping someone gain access to a car who has no permission?
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