Hi I have a 2007 Toyota Camry SE 2.4L car runs and drives great but today I broke the tip of my…

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Hi I have a 2007 Toyota Camry SE 2.4L car runs and drives great but today I broke the tip of my ignition key off enter the void being stranded where I was at today I put the top piece and down in the cylinder and put the broken piece behind it my car starts up just fine like that way I can remove the other piece using picks I called a locksmith today I see what it would cost to have a new key cut for my ignition switch and they quoted me $280 but I don't have that kind of cash laying around was wanting to know if there's any other cheaper ways to get a key made for it I found a ignition switch cylinder for the Toyota I have on Amazon that has a key with it I understand that I would also have to keep my doors as well and my trunk but I was wanting to know if that's going to be the cheapest way to get a key made or should I just replace the ignition cylinder which comes with new keys I understand I'll also have to keep my doors as well but I won't know which is cheapest

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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find a cheaper locksmith, here in houston I know a guy who does it for less than 100