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There is a small paperback style book that alphanumerically lists each key code & the positions the key has to be cut. My Dad worked for over 35 years for GMAC, & during the mid to late 80's had a copy of this book, along with a hand held key cutting device. Been many years since have I've cut keys with one, or have seen such a book, but I would imagine a longtime Locksmith would have one. The book I'm remembering was for GM (Mark of Excellence) keys used from '69 up into the mid to late 80's. The style of key blanks repeated every 5th year.
The other solution is to remove the inner door handle, arrmrest, remote mirror bezel nut, then carefully remove the door panel. Next, the window can be carefully loosened & allowed to carefully drop. One there is room, one can remove the door lock clip & the small rod. Next, take this door lock to a local locksmith & they can make you keys.