Buick Terraza Lost Car Keys Replacement Made Easy! All The Information You Need To Get a New Car Key. Cost, Type Of Keys, Where To Make a Duplicate and More.

Buick Terraza Replacement Car Keys

Buick Terraza Replacement Car Keys

 

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Introduction:

Buick Terraza was introduced in 2005. This model has two types of keys.

Transponder Chip Key: 2005-2008 – Two types of keys.

  • Please keep in mind that some keys/remotes may look the same but they have different capabilities/frequencies/keyways and therefore it is important to have the right key/remote.
  • Already have your key? Need programming instructions on how to program Buick Terraza key? Click here for a step by step instructions!

 

Keyless entry information Buick Terraza:

Keyless entry information Buick Terraza

Keyless entry information Buick Terraza

Buick Terraza has one keyless entry remote. Choose the year of your car:

2005-2008: 15252034 (No self programming available)

 

Quick access: or go to FAQ:

Click on the type of key you had/ year below to get the most accurate information:

 

2005, 2007-2008: (PT04-PT)

Buick Transponder Key PT04-PT

Buick Transponder Key PT04-PT

Already have a key? Click HERE for programming instructions.

 

2005-2006: (B97-PT)

Buick Transponder Key B97-PT

Buick Transponder Key B97-PT

Already have a key? Click HERE for programming instructions.

 

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FAQ:

 

I Lost my Buick Terraza car keys, have no spare and need a replacement. How and where can I get a replacement key?

Generally speaking, you have three options:

  1. First, call an automotive locksmith that offers a mobile service for Buick Terraza cars. We can help you with that.
  2. Second, tow the car to the dealer.
  3. Third, order a key online and have the dealer or locksmith cut and program (if necessary) it for you.

Furthermore, depends on the type of key you had and year e.g. remote, intelligent fob, push to start, transponder or regular key you may have different options about how to get a new key made.

Click here to see this model type of keys or choose by year to get a more accurate information and options.

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What should I tell the locksmith or dealer when I call for service?

First, make sure you have the exact year, make and model, e.g. 2007 Buick Terraza.

In addition, write down the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) of the car located on the left side of the dashboard near the mirror. (Click here for more information). That would help the locksmith or dealer verifying the year, make and model of the car and the type of key you had.

Moreover, ask if you can come and pick up the key or the car has to be present. With older models, codes may not be available and therefore on-site service will be required to make a new key.

Alternatively, you can tow the car to the locksmith shop but that would be more expensive.

Finally, make sure you can show ownership of the car by having the necessary documents. The title, ID, insurance card etc.

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Q: How much does it cost for Buick Terraza key replacement?

A: That depends on the year of your car. To replace a Buick Terraza key ranges between $90-$400.

However, that price may vary depends on the availability of code, type of key (chip, intelligent fob, “push to start”, remote), your location, time of day and more. Click here to see this model type of key you had for a more accurate information.

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