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Hello! I have lost my second set of keys and am concerned that they could get into the wrong hands. I had a quote from my local hyundai dealer for a new igiiton cylinder master set, labour to install new locks and reprogram all keys to come in at almost $900. Wondering if there may be any other (less expensive) options that I could do so that the lost keys couldn't be used. Thanks for any advice/suggestions!
 

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Could the keys perhaps have been stolen rather than lost? Would your insurance not cover the cost of replacement locks if the keys had been stolen? Just a thought.

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What if the immobiliser keys were erased from the system, get a new key fob, re-learn those two? They could open the car but should not be able to start it
 

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Perhaps you are worrying too much. If you are so worried about theft, just check / upgrade your insurance deductible and enjoy life. Keys are LOST all the time but rarely stolen. $900 blown on new keys is crazy.
 
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