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Today I have noticed that my central locking key doesn't turn in the actual door lock? It fits in but I can't turn it? So if the battery died I would be stuck out my car ? Anyone know why this could be? It's year 2006... Any help would be gratefully received! I am going to spray the lock inside with wd40 to see if that makes a difference, as since owning the car (over a year) we have only ever used the central locking!
 

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Today I have noticed that my central locking key doesn't turn in the actual door lock? It fits in but I can't turn it? So if the battery died I would be stuck out my car ? Anyone know why this could be? It's year 2006... Any help would be gratefully received! I am going to spray the lock inside with wd40 to see if that makes a difference, as since owning the car (over a year) we have only ever used the central locking!
could be a sized lock and wd would help there, it could also be that the lock is different to the ignition if thats the case you have 2 options 1, swap the lock or the full lock set so you have a key, 2, have a locksmith decode the lock and cut the blade (can can decode locks and cut blade for a fee but i would need the car to do this, or the lock)
 

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Someone did say that but it just doesn't make sense to me why they would make 2 keys for the car where only one can be used for the ignition and 1 for the actual lock! What is the cost roughly do you think? Also would I still have the central locking? Thanks
 

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Someone did say that but it just doesn't make sense to me why they would make 2 keys for the car where only one can be used for the ignition and 1 for the actual lock! What is the cost roughly do you think? Also would I still have the central locking? Thanks
If that was the case then someone would have changed one of the lock barrels in the past.

When the car was new ALL the mechanical locks would have been operated by the same key.
 

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So I would have to change the lock barrels again to get a key that would unlock the car by the door lock? Could I go to a Peugeot specialist and could they do all this for me?
 

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So I would have to change the lock barrels again to get a key that would unlock the car by the door lock? Could I go to a Peugeot specialist and could they do all this for me?
1, you could get a locksmith to decode the door lock and cut a key to it, you would then have 2 keys, 1 remote key thats works doors by remote and starts the car then 1 simple none remote key that only unlocks the door by the lock

2, change all the locks on the car so they match, swap the blade or fit a new blade to your key and have it cut, no need to program as you have only swapped the locks

3, fit a new door lock only so you have a simple none remote key to open the door manually and keep the remote you have as it is

i would charge £25 to decode the lock and cut a simple key if you bring it to me, you could remove the lock and post it to me and it would be the same price + postage
 
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