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    Need Replacement Wheel Lock key

    I just purchased a used 2016 CX-5 GT that came with the factory wheel locks. I just took a look and I can't find the locking wheel lug key anywhere. Is it possible to just purchase a new wheel lock key? It appears the wheel lock lug set is Mazda part 0000-88-120D-BP. Can anyone confirm and is this a universal part number?

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    The Mazda wheel locks are made by McGuard. Each set has a unique key, so even though there is a limit to how many different keys there can be, there is no good way to order the right key. I store my key in the foam stuff that surrounds the spare, so be sure to check all around there including under the spare. All that said, my Mazda wheel locks came packed with a card with unique codes printed on it to be able to order a new key if the need arises. Check with all of the papers that came with the vehicle to see if you have such a card. Also, the card had a mail-in portion that allowed you to register your wheel locks with McGuard. It's possible that the locks are already registered in which case you might be able to get a key. McGuard has a toll free number you can call to see what your options are: 1-800-444-5847 (or direct: 716-662-8980). If all of this fails, do what wheel thieves do: find a sacrificial 12-point socket that is just slightly smaller than the fat portion of the lock, hammer it onto the lock so that it grips and then back off the lug nut! Then buy a new set if you still want them on, or just replace with OEM lug nuts. Hope this helps.

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    exactly what minnesotaart said....

    Any reputable tire/wheel shop will have a tool to pound over and extract the "LOCK". This destroys the lock, but honestly, do you need a lock on the wheels? It only slows down the GOOD guys.
    Mazda's I have owned over the years.
    80' Mazda GLC SPORT MT - sold
    81' Mazda 626 DX MT - sold
    81' Mazda 626 LX AT - sold
    82' Mazda 626 DX MT - sold
    82' Mazda 626 LX AT - sold
    85' Mazda 626 LX MT - sold
    87' Mazda 626 GT Turbo MT - sold
    85' Mazda RX-7 GSL-SE MT- sold
    87' Mazda RX-7 Turbo 2 MT - sold
    91' Mazda Protege LX MT - sold
    92' Mazda MX-5 Miata MT - sold
    93' Mazda MX-3 GS-V6 Special Edition MT - sold
    00' Mazda 626 LX-V6 MT - sold
    02.5' Mazda Protege5 MT - sold
    92' Mazda MX-5 Miata MT - sold
    06' Mazda 5 Touring AT - sold
    13' Mazda CX-5 Touring AT - sold
    14' Mazda 3i Grand Touring MT - sold
    15' Mazda CX-5 Touring AWD AT - sold
    03' Mazda Protege5 AT - sold
    16.5' Mazda CX-5 Touring AWD AT - current
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    Socket wrench + hammered on socket you don't care about and its off. Wheel locks are garbage.

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    Thanks all. That's what I just did. Took all of ten minutes. I just went ahead and bought four standard lugs from Autozone to replace them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boland01 View Post
    Thanks all. That's what I just did. Took all of ten minutes. I just went ahead and bought four standard lugs from Autozone to replace them.
    Get a new socket too

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