[Healeys] Lost Keys
michael.oritt at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 17:42:45 MST 2020
Congratulations on finding them.
Several years back I misplaced both keys to my 2007 Tundra and had to spend
$700.00 (after first having the truck flat-bedded into the dealership) for
the system to be reset, or something like that. It was an outrageous
expense but numerous independent locksmiths in the area verified that the
manufacturers have somehow prevented them from doing this job. Needless to
say, one of the original keys turned up about a month later....
On Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 5:12 PM Michael MacLean via Healeys <
healeys at autox.team.net> wrote:
> Lost Keys have been found! They were on a key rack in my bedroom where
> all the important keys reside such as the padlocks for the solar panel
> inverters, sliding glass door locks and old railroad keys. I looked at
> that rack at least three times looking for the BN2 Keys and did not see
> them hiding behind a ring of railroad keys. I was in the middle of going
> through all the Home Depot plastic storage bins of parts looking in every
> bag or box in these containers. On a positive note I did find parts that
> are needed on stuff I am presently working on. On the other side of the
> coin I found multiples like two extra sets of copper tubing for the float
> bowl to the cold air box overflow. Now parts are buried again for the next
> treasure hunt. I really have to get more organized.
> Mike MacLean
> P.S. I never realized how many fasteners I really have.
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