If you know what key you have (usually you could the number of dots or read what number is on the key) you can get another one, but if you dont know what key you have, you will have to order a whole new switch.
Sad deal with this. I had the number. All it did was make it simple for the dealer to order me a new blank. Still needed the key to take to a hardware store to cut a new one. 60.00 later I had a new switch
well thats alot more then what i would have done.... i prolly would have just wired it in the on position if it wasnt needed for starting like a car. and then use the kill switch for on and off. But its prolly better to take the safer route and just get a switch.
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