I have a 2005 Buick Century with power locks. How would I know if I could use a remote? Phil
Call us with your VIN and I can check for you… 866-690-4308
i have a 2015 rav 4 toyota and looking for a extra key to use for the remote starter it is not a keyless i use a key to open doors.
I do not have the blanks without the remote.. only these seen here: (no remote start function)
I am looking for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma key fob CASE only.
Current Toyota Part Number: 08191-00922
FCC ID on the back of your remote BAB237131-056
I’m so sorry, but we do not have the replacement cases for those remotes.
hi there looking to find out which remote i need for my 2000 chrysler 300m. i havent had any luck and i do not have my original remote . my vin # is 2C3HE66G9YH168789
Here is the link to the remote for your car:
(if you have no working remotes now, you will have to see the dealer or a locksmith for programming)
I have a 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. My daughter lost one of my key fobs and the other one just stopped working after dropping it in the snow. We replaced the battery but it still does not work. I can’t stand my dealership and would do anything possible not to give them a penny of my money…haha! Can you advise me what fob I would need and how I would go about programming it etc. I’m confused.
We have the remote seen here at this link; however, it will not work until you have it programmed by a professional automotive locksmith or a dealer.
There are no do it yourself instructions that will work with this remote. We do not carry the smart keys if you have that type.
RKE only works on the passenger side. Any idea why it won’t work on drivers side ? Everything else is working properly.
This usually means there is something wrong with the actuator on the vehicle itself. Perhaps just a loose wire going to the door. You would need to have it checked by a mechanic or car alarm installer. If the remote is working on all other doors, then this is not a remote problem.
I have 2015 Toyota Corolla, I lost one of the remote key. And I see your website has the key, if I buy the key, can I program it to start my car?
The 2015 Corolla key must be cut and professionally programmed by dealer or locksmith. There are no DIY instructions available for this year/model.
I have a 2015 Nissan Altima keyless fob and the automative keylocksmith says I have to go to Nissan instead of to him. Is this true?
Some automotive locksmiths do have the equipment to do this procedure and others do not. You really have to call around and check.
2004 Infiniti FX35 Keyless Entry Remote (# FCC ID: KBRASTU15). Will this fob allow me to keylessly start the vehicle or just enter/exit the vehicle?
The factory remote fob will only lock and unlock the doors.
I only have one key fob for my 2008 Mazda Tribute. Can I still get a programmed key from you, and successfully get it programmed, and be able to keep my original? Ending up with 2 programmed keys?
Thank you, Curt
Yes… instructions will be included to retain programming on the original as well.
OK, that sounds great. Just curious, why does the instructions say you need two keys prior to programming?
I am in England United Kingdom and have a 1998 RHD 3.3V6 Chrysler Grand Voyager, which I believe is a Grand Caravan or Voyager in USA. I am looking to get two Replacement Remotes for the Central Locking as I have lost one and the other appears to have stopped working. My remotes are Rectangular with the Lock and Unlock Buttons side by side, Do you know if the newer style you have on your site will be compatible and be able to be programmed to my vehicle.
No… I’m sorry but the ones we have are not compatible.
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