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First of all I am new here so hello.

Now down to business, I was in a hurry leaving to ride my dirtbike today and I left my keys tucked into my pants. Long story short I lost my keys.
Ive already backtracked my tire tracks and Im giving up.

Have any of you ever lost your keys, and dealt with this situation and ready to give me some advice on how to get a new key without 1) getting ripped off and 2) had to deal with the alarm going off. My mechanic said I need to order a electronic something or other from Land rover (how much R those?), and that I can get the reg key portion done by a reg locksmith.
Any tips..........
 

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Hey there Hail. Welcome to the Forum :wave:

Ok, the key for the 2000 D2 is a key/remote correct. Either way, you can fine Blank Keys on ebay. I got my remote ( i have a D1 where the key and remote are seperate ) so look on there...the only thing you would end up paying a hefty amount on is the programming of the new remote and getting the new key cut. If anyone else knows of any other method, lets help sharky out :drink1:
 

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Thanks 01,

Ive since found the damn keys, but not til spending a few hours and scouring about many miles of dirt on my bike. Man my eyes hurt.

But I still need to get me a new key so next time im not in this screwed position.

I bought used and they only had one key.

With beer in hand, I will keep cruising these cool posts, I wish I had found this forum sooner. Lot of cool rover info here.
 

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BTW,

how do I upload a pic of my landrover like you guys?

I dont see that option in my profile.

Thanks in advance
 

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I have no idea what you mean Militant.

Are you talking about uploading a pic?

if so, it says
That image is too large. The maximum dimensions are 100 by 100 pixels.
 

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If the image is in your computer, when posting, scroll down to where it says "Manage Attachments" and as long as the image meets size reqs. it will upload. Otherwise, if your image is on an online photo album like www.photobucket.com <lots of us use that one...you simply copy the image tag onto the text field ( area were you type when posting ). You should check out photobucket first...you can upload all your images onto there and wont have to worry about the space on your comp.
 
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