Mr. Li's Original Lishi TOY43 (Ignition) 2in1 Decoder and Pick for Toyota

Mr. Li

  • $45.99

Mr. Li's Original Lishi TOY43 (Ignition) 2in1 Decoder and Pick is designed for Toyota [TOY43 (Flat 8 cut/split wafer)] – (This tool will allow you to pick and decode the ignition if it has been changed or the door locks are damaged)

List of makes and models (for guidance only)

D-MAX 2002-2006, I-290 2007 onwards & I-370 2007 onwards

Vibe 2009-2010

Liana 2001-2005

4 Runner 1999-2008, Alphard 2005 onwards, Auris 2006 onwards, Avalon XL 1998-2002, Avalon XLS 1998-2003, Camry 1996-2008, Carina 1996-2005, Celica 1996-2005, Colorada 1997-2008, Corolla 1996-2008, FJ Cruiser 2007 onwards, Fortuner 2007 onwards, Gaia (J) 1999-2005, Hiace 1997onwards, Highlander 2001-2008, Hilux 1999-2008, Ipsum 1996-2005, iQ 2008 onwards, Land Cruiser 1996-2008, Picnic 1996-2008, Prado 1996-2004, Previa 2003-2008, Prius 2001-2003, RAV4 1996 onwards, Sequoia 2001-2008, Sienna 1999-2008, Solara 1999-2008, Tacoma 2005 onwards, Tarago 2003-2008, Vios 2007 onwards & Wish 2004 onwards

Mr. Li's Original Lishi Tools (exactly speaking “Lishi 2in1 Decoder and Pick”) is the most effective way to unlock and decode vehicle locks whilst at the scene. The tools we supply are from the original manufacturer, ensuring quality and supply is guaranteed. There are currently more than 90 tools available. We can also be able to supply a complete kit of Lishi picks at a discounted price. Please contact us.

Mr. Li is designer, creator, inventor of all Lishi tools. Lishi Tools was formerly known as “Lishi” which was widely used on their products as a logo. Mr. Li had a partnership with an UK company named Tradelocks (aka. UAP Limited) to market his tools worldwide. Tradelocks is still selling Lishi tools with their trademark “Genuine Lishi”, but the two companies has no relationship at all when their contract ended in 2014. And later, Mr. Li had a new logo which uses his own face as the trademark, and brand name changed from Lishi to Li Zhi Qin (Mr. Li’s name in Chinese), which is the three Chinese characters stands for, but it’s still known as Lishi all over the world except China.

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