Which Gold Key Do I Need?

The first step is to take a look at your current key. If the head is square, it’s an ignition key. If it’s round, it’s the key for the door, trunk, and glovebox.

Gold Ignition KeyGold Trunk Key

The next step is to look for a letter that’s stamped into the key stalk (the long part of the key). If your current key isn’t too worn
and it’s an original Cadillac key, you should see a letter, A through K. Instead of a letter, you might also see a small, black pellet. If so, you have
a VATS key. Click here for more detail on identifying the correct VATS key.

Key with No Letter and No VATS

If you don’t have a letter stamped into the key stalk and you don’t have a VATS pellet in your key, please click below:

Gold Keys for Allante

Gold Keys for Eldorado

Gold Keys for Seville

Gold Keys for DeVille

Gold Keys for Fleetwood

Gold Keys for Cimarron

Gold Keys for Older Cadillacs

If you have a classic Caddy from the 1960’s, 1970’s, or early 80’s vintage, you still may be able to get Gold Keys for your car.  Please use the following guide.  

1969, 1973, 1977, & 1981 Cadillacs:

Ignition and Door Key – ‘E’ key

Door and Glovebox Key – ‘H’ key

1972, 1976, 1980 Cadillacs:

Ignition and Door Key – ‘C’ key

Trunk & Glovebox Key – ‘D’ key

If you have any questions, please let us know.