Car Transponder Keys

Common on cars that were built after 1995 uses transponder chip in their keys, and it is a useful security feature. This transponder chip won't permit a vehicle to begin unless it perceives the correct chip in the key.

Having more than one transponder keys is a smart thought and practice since transponder key substitutions are outstandingly expensive. There are times when a car dealer would dishearten an owner in getting a transponder chip to an auto locksmith, and would say that they are the only one who can provide transponder, which is not true at all. When a replacement is needed, a local car dealership or automotive locksmith can provide and program keys and remotes for you, but you can get a transponder from a locksmith in a much cheaper price. Automotive locksmiths usually have the equipment and expertise to accomplish the process of cutting and programming a transponder key. In addition, automotive locksmiths are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week allowing you to get transponder key anytime you need it.

Always keep in mind that replacing your transponder chip car key for your car is not as simple as getting a new key cut to work with your ignition. Transponder chip change requires that you acquire the unique microchip to be included with your car key and program it so that your automobile would distinguish it.

If you have issues with your transponder keys, do not hesitate to call us at any time or the day or night. We can meet you wherever you are and create your transponder key on the spot, or you can drop by our shop and have your car key replaced or copied. Call us today, our friendly consultants are happy to answer any queries you have.