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Replacement car key body, most makes and models from approx £1.05 delivered @ DealExtreme

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If your remote button has worn on your car key fob then this will be far cheaper than buying the originals.
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If your remote button has worn on your car key fob then this will be far cheaper than buying the originals.
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#1
thank you mumbojumbo have just answerd my question, so you order 1 of theese then you have to go and get it cut?
thankyou
#2
P&P from USA?
#3
bambu
thank you mumbojumbo have just answerd my question, so you order 1 of theese then you have to go and get it cut?
thankyou



Be pretty pointless even having a key in the first place if you didnt !
#4
With many of these blank keys not only will the the blade need to ce cut but the transponder will need to be programmed. Any one that can do this work can usually supply the blank. The expensive part is the programming due to restricted competition and opportunistic pricing. Having one these blanks will not overcome the problem.

Now if someone knows a how to get the programming done cheaply, that would be a hot deal.
#5
if you are going to use these in the lock as opposed to the remote, i would not think its worth the risk, just incase the quality is not that good :)
#6
iNSOMANiAC
Be pretty pointless even having a key in the first place if you didnt !


sorry its my blonde brain
i didnt understand how this worked as i thort it was with your fob
il shut up now :?
#7
xigent
With many of these blank keys not only will the the blade need to ce cut but the transponder will need to be programmed. Any one that can do this work can usually supply the blank. The expensive part is the programming due to restricted competition and opportunistic pricing. Having one these blanks will not overcome the problem.

Now if someone knows a how to get the programming done cheaply, that would be a hot deal.


Isn't there a way of transferring the blade and all the inners to the casing? That is why I posted, thought that would be the easiest option.:?
#8
My current one is held together with tape! I~ thought I could transfer it into the new casing so is it deffinate keys have to be cut? Does anyone know? Ta
#9
liz
My current one is held together with tape! I~ thought I could transfer it into the new casing so is it deffinate keys have to be cut? Does anyone know? Ta


the odds are stacked against this being possible I think:)
#10
joylove
P&P from USA?


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#11
hung hom kowloon side now it well:thumbsup:
#12
kramvic
Isn't there a way of transferring the blade and all the inners to the casing? That is why I posted, thought that would be the easiest option.:?


In most cases the blade and the transponder are bonded into the plastic body of the key. Where the blade can be separated from the transponder it is relatively inexpensive to have a locksmith supply and cut a new blade.
#13
and I was hoping that someone was going to come up with cheap programming!
#14
deal extreme are sound , used them many times, delivery 7 to 10 days ish and p and p included
#15
atro
and I was hoping that someone was going to come up with cheap programming!
Chuckle...
#16
this is a great deal i work for toyota and if your case cracks or buttons wear you need to buy a brand new key, u cannot get any spares :?

hot :thumbsup:
#17
dont bother the key has to be cut ,then paired up with the immobiliser on your car,if not then yes it will remove steering lock but it will not start the car,not cheap to pair up the key/immb,usual done by main dealer or key specialists ,no cheap option to replace a key on a modern vehicle due to security improvements
#18
i can program keys
#19
rickj
dont bother the key has to be cut ,then paired up with the immobilizer on your car,if not then yes it will remove steering lock but it will not start the car,not cheap to pair up the key/immb,usual done by main dealer or key specialists ,no cheap option to replace a key on a modern vehicle due to security improvements


There is no transponder in the spare. You use your own from your damaged key. This is a great way to have a spare key so you can get in if you lock your keys in or you can give one to your partner so they can carry it.

If you ever have to buy one from a dealers you would know how cheap this is. Hot from me. :thumbsup:
#20
cruisecars
i can program keys


Got a website detailing your services? If not then...

I know it will probably vary from one car make to another but what kind of average cost? :)
#21
markvirgo;4238583
This is a great way to have a spare key so you can get in if you lock your keys in or you can give one to your partner so they can carry it.

If you ever have to buy one from a dealers you would know how cheap this is. Hot from me. :thumbsup:

completely agree, we (well oh)lost one of the keys to our multipla, fiat wanted £110 for the key without fob, we paid £6 to local cobler to cut a key, no chip so didnt work the ignition but was good to have for when he locked his keys in the car!!
#22
on my vauxhall, i thought you just program the key, by putting it in the ignition,, pressing the button which than activates central locking once and its programmed?. thats what i had to do last time when the battery ran out and i had to replace it.
here are the nissan instructions i found

Procedure

1. Turn the ignition switch from Position 0 to ON 6 times within 10 seconds.

2. Then turn ignition switch to OFF position. Leave key in ignition switch.

3. After 2 seconds, the system will enter programming mode and will flash the warning lights twice.

4. Press and HOLD the unlock button on the Plip.

5. While pressing the unlock button, press the lock button 3 times.

6. Release the unlock button.

7. The warning lights will flash once to indicate successful programming.

8. Repeat procedure 4 to 7 for up to 4 plip key’s.

9. When completed turn ignition ON, and the warning lights will flash 2 times.

10. Remove key, and check all plip key’s for operation.

NOTE : The programming mode will stop when either the ignition is switch ON, 4 plip keys have been programmed or no input signal either from the switch or plip keys has been received for 120 seconds.
#23
shame they dont do my car key :(
#24
Fords are easy, takes 2 minutes. (It is in the manual)

But you do need two keys that are already programed and working.

I would get them off Ebay and if you pick the right seller they will cut it for free if you give them the key code.
#25
I've been looking for the card key fob type for a renault as ours has gone.. you can buy the keys off ebay for about 20 and there are people selling instructions on how to programme them (email and just pressing buttons type of things) for about £2.. Lots of people are buying them so i guess its easy enough done.

Not tried it yet as the car is falling to bits so considering just getting another one..
#26
cruisecars
i can program keys



ooooh can you do a volvo s80 if i get a fob?
#27
I cant remember exactly how to do it but i have re-programmed my bmw one too, (a couple of years ago now) i think its a simillar process to the vauxhall.
#28
http://www.programyourkeys.com
Take a look on there to see if your car is listed.
#29
if your remote fob can be programmed by yourself ithe instruction are on this site...enjoy>

http://www.programyourremote.com/

or the site above, beat me to it!
#30
And aren't they just the case of the key so you gotta put your own transponders and such inside the key.
#31
tdogg;4238700
on my vauxhall, i thought you just program the key, by putting it in the ignition,, pressing the button which than activates central locking once and its programmed?. thats what i had to do last time when the battery ran out and i had to replace it.
here are the nissan instructions i found

Procedure

1. Turn the ignition switch from Position 0 to ON 6 times within 10 seconds.

2. Then turn ignition switch to OFF position. Leave key in ignition switch.

3. After 2 seconds, the system will enter programming mode and will flash the warning lights twice.

4. Press and HOLD the unlock button on the Plip.

5. While pressing the unlock button, press the lock button 3 times.

6. Release the unlock button.

7. The warning lights will flash once to indicate successful programming.

8. Repeat procedure 4 to 7 for up to 4 plip key’s.

9. When completed turn ignition ON, and the warning lights will flash 2 times.

10. Remove key, and check all plip key’s for operation.

NOTE : The programming mode will stop when either the ignition is switch ON, 4 plip keys have been programmed or no input signal either from the switch or plip keys has been received for 120 seconds.


You missed the bit where you have to hop on one leg and pat your head six times:)
#32
I can cut & program a new key for you for a couple of quid.

Just send me original key & the location you park your motor overnight.

( Know wot i mean John! ) :whistling:
#33
mine was playing up and i hoped it was just the battery went to the car garage who replaced the battery and said im sure it will be ur key need replacing as he tried to blip it nowhere near the car and said no it wont work.I said let me try and blow me it worked!
I asked how much the key programmed one would be £120!!!!!
#34
grrrr no Renault Clio II key.....anybody know where i could get some from ?
#35
xigent
With many of these blank keys not only will the the blade need to ce cut but the transponder will need to be programmed. Any one that can do this work can usually supply the blank. The expensive part is the programming due to restricted competition and opportunistic pricing. Having one these blanks will not overcome the problem.

Now if someone knows a how to get the programming done cheaply, that would be a hot deal.



ford keys are easy to program (ford charge you £60-£70, but it should take you less than 2 minutes to do it yourself

heres how

Infrared Programming Instructions:

Put your key into the ignition and turn to position 1 (Radio). After approximately 10 seconds the red alarm control LED (next to the clock) should illuminate. As soon as it comes on remove the key from the ignition - the LED should remain lit.
Point the remote's "eye" at one of the front door sensors and press the rear button until the light on the transmitter illuminates (Keep the button pressed)
With the rear button held in press the front button 4 times then release both at the same time. The control lights in both clock and fob will flash 4 times to indicate programming complete.
Turn the ignition back on to exit programming mode

Radio Frequency Programming Instructions:

Insert the ignition key and turn from position II (Ignition) to position 0 (All off) and back four times within three seconds.
Remove the ignition key. The locking control system is now in "learn mode" for the next 20 seconds and the red warning system LED (By the clock) stays on continuously to indicate this.
During the 20 seconds press one of the transmitter buttons. The remotes signal and code number is learned by the locking module and is indicated by flashing the warning system LED.
Wait until learn mode times out (20 seconds) or switch the ignition back to ON.
#36
I've had a look on DX and they've got key cover for my car but it doesn't have a button for the central locking. The outer button on my current key as worn out and fallen off and at the moment I have to press the tiny inner button which itself is wearing out. Anyone know any UK sites that sell key covers?
#37
Anyone spotted one of these?

http://i4.ebayimg.com/07/i/001/2e/5f/bc4f_1.JPG
#38
Bit of a waste of time IMO. I don't see any VAG flip keys, Mercedes Infra-Red keys or MINI key fobs.
#39
Anyone know anything about Rover keys and how to programme them?
#40
I bought one for the BMW some time ago and the plastic is far to soft to be used, it is no where near the quality of the real one. Might as well keep looking on ebay......plus when you open your original you end up damaging it, to find out the other is useless thus you end up with no key fob.....avoid!!

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