- Who do you call, what does it cost to get a replacement original car key?
Answer by dodge man
you can call a lock smith they can make an exact duplicate of the key it needs or take the vin number and go to a dealer,the lock smith will be cheaper than the dealer though,thats about the only options you really have on this one,when you do get one made have a spare made for it,they come in really handy in situations like this,good luck on it.
- I lost my only copy of my car key. Its an Alfa Romeo 156 2001. 1)Where can i get a replacement ?, 2)do i need the vehicle ID number ?, 3)Whats it likely going to cost ?
Answer by duster
sort of looks like you will have to go to your local dealer, and get an exact replacement.
- I lost my car key today, its a regular key with a separate remote control, I called locksmith, they are asking for $ 280, Is there someone else cheaper.
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My car is in mount vernon new york, its nissan sentra 2008
the problem is that th dealership is closed till monday
Answer by They Call Me Nardo
most dealers can cut a key with the complete VIN number and proof of ownership.
- Replacing a car key from the dealers can burn a hole in ones pocket. Getting a replacement from a reputable supplier is more cost-effective but one must programme the new key. Does anybody know how to do it without going back to the car dealer?
Answer by back2skewl
nope there is no way, you have to go thru them, already been down that road
- My remaining car key, itself a copy, is starting to wear out. It does not reliably open the doors of my 94 Camry, but it does operate the ignition OK. I am nervous about losing this key, and a 3rd generation duplicate may not do the job.
I once heard that there are only a relatively small number of unique Toyota keys. Instead of hiring a locksmith and getting all the locks rekeyed, are there low-cost alternatives?
Answer by just a girl
Go to the dealership they can help you out