Are all subaru wheel locks the same

Are wheel locks specific to each car?

Are locking wheel nut keys unique to each car? The short answer is ‘yes’. Or, at least, they’re unique to the locking wheel nut set that was provided by your manufacturer when your car was making its way along the production line.17 thg 5, 2021

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Do all wheel locks have the same key?

Each set of wheel locks have their own key. They are used to deter criminals from stealing your wheels. The key usually comes in a set which can be found with the spare tire or sometimes in the glove box.28 thg 6, 2018

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What do you do if you lose your wheel lock key?

Purchase a new key. This is sometimes the easiest option although it can sometimes be expensive. However if you’d like to use the original locking wheel nut set you’ll need to buy a new locking wheel nut key. Each key comes with a code so you can order a replacement from the vehicle manufacturer.

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Are all tire locks different?

Regardless of whether your car has factory or aftermarket alloys, many of them(the more expensive ones at least) will be sold with some form of locking wheel bolts or nuts. Basically one of the 4 or 5 bolts on the wheel will have a unique pattern on it that a standard socket will not fit.3 thg 3, 2017

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Can wheel locks be removed without the key?

Pick up a locking lug nut remover set (from an auto parts store or $20 from and pop the socket onto your ratchet or impact wrench. The reverse spiral teeth dig into the lug nut and spin it off. These sockets also work well with ordinary lug nuts that are stripped.

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How do I find my locking wheel nut code?

Lost your locking wheel nut key? Don’t worry, each key comes with a code so that you can order another from the manufacturer. You can often find this code in the owners handbook, service book, or on the locking wheel nut box or bag, if you have one.

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How much does it cost to replace a wheel lock key?

Still can’t find your wheel lock key? You may need to order a new one from the dealer or manufacturer. To do this, you will need the code that corresponds with your particular key. Generally, you can expect to pay between $20 and $120 per set.

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Can you change a TYRE without locking wheel nut?

Without the locking wheel nut key, you will be unable to have your tyres changed.

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Genuine Subaru Accessory – Wheel Lock Set