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Locking and unlocking your Tesla vehicle has never been easier. Keep your key fob in your pocket and simply pull on the door handle for easy entry. Same with the trunk. Your key fob is automatically enabled when you pair it with your vehicle.


Your car insurance may cover the fob replacement, though going this route counts against your deductible. Replacing the key may not be a great plan if the automaker charges $400 for a new key fob and you have a $500 insurance deductible.


Like the key that opens your home, the keys that started cars built for the better part of a century are plain cut metal. Newer cars may have a chip embedded in the plastic key head that talks to a transponder located in the instrument column, but even these are relatively simple for a locksmith to program in many cases.


Keyless entry became commonplace in the late 1990s. These systems can unlock or lock the car, and maybe even arm an alarm at the tap of a button. The key needs to be inserted into the ignition to start the vehicle. Sometimes, the metal key and the remote are a single switchblade-style unit. Pickups like the Chevrolet Colorado and Ford Maverick and SUVs like the Toyota 4Runner still utilize this key fob type.


Car manufacturers have come a long way from windows where drivers manually rolled them down. These days, newer cars like the Volkswagen Tiguan allow you to roll down the windows by simply holding down a button. The feature comes in handy on a hot day when you want to let your car air out the heat before getting in.


Kelley Blue Book contacted dealerships across the country for replacement costs of key fobs for some popular and high-end models. Quotes we got for replacing key fobs for a 2020 Subaru Forester with a push-button start ranged from about $200 to $400. A 2020 Toyota Sienna fob was about the same. However, dealers quoted as little as $150 to replace a 2017 Honda Accord key fob.


Some locksmiths may program specific keys, though they will likely need a second, functioning fob to do so. Online sites advertising programmed remotes shipped to your door may not be reputable unless they ask for ownership verification, so shop wisely.


TIP: Keep an extra battery in your glove box or center console along with whatever tool is needed to pry it open for emergencies. Some cars will alert you to a key fob battery that needs replacement, though.


The best place to get a high-quality key fob guaranteed to work with your vehicle is from an authorized dealership. Aftermarket key fobs exist, but they may not be of the same quality as the originals.


At CARFAX, we collect events from the lives of millions of used cars from 20 European countries, as well as the USA and Canada. We can then create a vehicle history for every car in our database and make it available to you.The information helps you to check sales data, avoid expensive follow-up costs and negotiate a fair purchase price.


Apartment key fobs are a convenient entry option for apartments. Usually, they are small, circular objects a little smaller than a key. You can easily put them on your key ring and they unlock doors simply by tapping them against a sensor near the door you want to open.


Most apartment key fobs will stop working if the power goes out, since they require a central computer system to recognize the fob and unlock the door. So, make sure your apartment building has a back-up plan or generator if they use key fobs, just in case a power outage hits.


If you need an extra key fob or an apartment key fob replacement, there are a few ways to go about getting one. First, most property managers offer the option to buy additional key fobs from them. This is a great way to go because you know it is allowed by your building, and you know the key fob will be programmed correctly. On the other hand, the convenience of this option usually comes at a cost.


In case you want to know how much either of these options will cost you or what you should do if you get locked out for any reason, go back through your lease agreement, it should be listed out for you.


In the meantime, before your key fob is back to working again, your landlord can probably help you out. Most property managers and maintenance workers have a master key ring, including a key fob, which they can use to unlock your door for you.


As with any apartment key, there are a few guidelines you should follow in taking care of your apartment key fob. Following these general rules will help you waste less money on keys and get your security deposit back when you eventually move out of your apartment.


To avoid paying any extra money to your landlord for replacement keys or lockouts, duplicate keys yourself, if you can. Copying keys yourself is usually cheaper than buying extras from your property manager. And you can use that extra key as a back-up if you ever get locked out or if you decide to live with a roommate.


The following are other types of apartment keys you may find through your apartment search. Each can be used in different ways, depending on how the property manager wants to secure the building best. For instance, an apartment building may use a traditional key for building and unit access, while they use a key fob for access to amenities like the gym. Or, they may use a key fob for everything.


Each apartment key fob is programmed so that every tenant gets a unique code. In other words, no apartment key fob is exactly the same, even though they look exactly the same and sometimes open the same doors.


Here's a rundown of what you'll face in the way of cost if you have to replace your key, along with some alternatives that could lower the bill. The prices quoted here are for Santa Monica, California, but parts and labor costs in your region will vary.


But there is a way around this fee. Most key fobs can be programmed with a specific combination of button presses on the remote and key turns in the ignition. Some owner's manuals will show you how to do it, and you can also find this information online.


A transponder shank is either a basic car key or a laser-cut key (more on laser-cut keys later). The major difference between a basic car key and a transponder key is that the chip in the transponder key must be programmed before it can start the vehicle. All dealerships have the machines necessary to program the key. Some might program it for free, but others will charge up to an hour of labor. Most auto locksmiths should also have these machines.


We checked the price of a basic transponder key on an older Ford F-150. The dealer quoted us $160 for the new key and an additional $75 for the fob. If you go to a locksmith, expect to pay about $20 to $30 less.


A potential low-cost alternative for access to your car is to order a basic car key without the transmitter. This key will do everything but start the engine and can come in handy if you ever leave your keys inside the vehicle.


If you're the type who frequently loses car keys or locks them inside the car, you might be able to save money on the programming by creating a third car key to have as a spare. If you already have two car keys, a number of vehicle brands will allow you to program a third key on your own. You can have a locksmith cut this new key and then you follow the procedure for programming, which can frequently be found in your owner's manual. If the manual doesn't show you how, try searching online for the procedure. Try "How to program a (insert your year, make, model) key" as your search terms.


Our searches found a method that is said to work on many domestic vehicles. Insert one of your two working keys and turn the ignition to the "on" position for at least 3 seconds (the car does not need to be started), then repeat the process with the second key.


Now insert the new third key and again turn it to the "on" position for another few seconds. This step should program the extra key. But before you try this method and spend money on a key, we suggest you check with the dealership or your local automotive locksmith to see if the process is one that will reliably work with your car.


You can tell a laser-cut key apart from a basic car key because the shank is slightly thicker and has fewer carved-out grooves. Laser-cut keys are often referred to as sidewinder keys due to the distinctive winding cut on the shank. The machines needed to cut these keys are significantly more expensive than standard key-cutting machines and are not as likely to be found at every locksmith or hardware store.


Laser-cut keys also have built-in transponder chips, and they need to be programmed at the dealership or by a locksmith, preferably one who is a member of the Associated Locksmiths of America (ALOA). You can search for a certified locksmith near you by visiting the ALOA website.


All-in-one laser-cut keys are becoming more popular, but as we mentioned, these keys are more expensive and typically need to be replaced at the dealer. Including labor, they can range from $150 to $250.


Switchblade keys have shanks that fold into the key fob when they're not in use and pop out with the press of a button. They can have a basic cut or a laser cut. One small advantage of the switchblade key fob is that its components can be purchased separately. If for some reason your key is damaged and no longer works, you can buy the shank separately for about $60-$80. But the more likely scenario is that you've lost your key, in which case you'll need both it and the fob into which it folds, which can cost between $200 and $300 once you factor in the programming of both components. 041b061a72


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