2006 Model Cars, Vans, Pickups, and Sport Utilities Update Part 1

Aug. 1, 2006
We have compiled more than 300 vehicle models listed from the 36 major car manufacturers.

The following chart is a listing of the 2006, 2006.5, and 2007 model cars, vans, pickups, and sport utility vehicles that have been introduced during the 2006 calendar year. Vehicles are continually being introducing during the year, and this is the most current listing available. We have compiled more than 300 vehicle models listed from the 36 major car manufacturers. For each model listed, there is the key application, anti-theft system, key code series, number of cuts in the key, and the replacement key blank numbers or as “Dealer item only”. The “Number of cuts” is the actual number of cuts in each side of the key blade. The replacement key blank numbers are the Ilco, Barnes, Jet Hardware, STRATTEC, A 1 Security Manufacturing, Bianchi USA, and Hata Inc. GM vehicles equipped with PK3+ transponder system can use the PK3+C key blanks in place of the PK3+ key blanks. Where possible, numbers are provided for plastic head key blank(s). Metal head key blank numbers are used for vale keys and for lock systems where there are no plastic head key blanks available to the locksmith from these key blank manufacturers. Transponder key blanks will have a transponder value, not the clonable transponder if a value equipped transponder key blank is available. However, where no value transponder key blank is available, a clonable transponder key blank number will be listed. For vehicles that have transponder systems as optional, the key blank listings will be for non-transponder key blank numbers.

This chart will be printed in two parts. The first part will cover vehicles from Acura to Jeep. Part two will be printed in a future issue.

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This list is a work in progress, as we have not been able to examine every model vehicle, therefore we must rely on the information provided by the after market key blank producers. We apologize for any error or omissions to this list.