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What to do when your Chevy car key is lost:
- First, make sure you don’t have a spare key. Many times we put a key somewhere just for this day when we will lose our key and forget about it.
- In addition, if you decided to call an automotive locksmith, remember to provide the exact year, make and model, e.g. “I lost my keys to my 2014 Chevy Camero, 2013 Chevy Impala, 2016 Chevy Cruze” etc. This is important so the locksmith will know he or she has the right key blank.
- Furthermore, always ask if the key needs to be programmed, i.e Lost Chevy key fob or 2014 Chevy Tahoe needs to be programmed, whereas 1998 Chevy Suburban doesn’t.
- In case you need a new ignition, make sure you tried getting a new key first. Changing the ignition for Chevy cars is more expensive and it will result in a different key for the doors and ignition.
- Before calling the dealer to get a replacement Chevy key, ask if you can pick up the new key, or have to tow the car there.
- In addition, when the key won’t turn in the ignition, mention if this is something that just happened for the first time or is it an ongoing problem.
- Moreover, mention if the ignition was changed before. It may prevent from a locksmith or the dealer cut you a new key by code.
- Finally, make sure you have the VIN of the car and relevant documents to show ownership of the car. The title, registration, ID etc.
FAQ Lost Chevy Keys Replacement:
Q: How much does it cost if I lost my 2010 Chevy Impala smart key fob and have no spare and need a replacement key fob?
A: That depends on the year, make and model of your car. Generally speaking, to replace a Chevy key ranges between $90-$400. However, that price may vary depends on the availability of code, type of key (chip, fob, “push to start”, remote), your location, time of day and more.
In addition, in case you call an automotive locksmith, make sure they have the necessary equipment to cut and program the key.
Q: How can I know if my 2014 Chevy Equinox key had a chip in it? I understand that some keys need to be programmed and some don’t?
A: A good rule of thumb is that a key that had a plastic cover at the top and/or the was made after the year of 2000, most chances had a chip in it.
Hence, in case you lost your Chevy key and the key had a chip in it, it will have to be programmed on site in order to start the car.
An automotive locksmith for Chevy keys replacement can do that on site. Alternatively, you can contact the dealer, but the car will have to be towed there.
Here is an example:
Fob car key – Fob chip car key: Usually looks like some sort of remote. This fob car key has a chip and therefore will need to be programmed.
Below, Chevy car key that has a transponder chip in it and therefore NEEDS to be programmed: The chip is located inside the black cover at the top.
Below, Chevy key that has not chip and therefore DOESN’T NEED to be programmed:
Q: I lost my 2011 fob car key, and have no spare. I need to know how long does it take and do you make replacement Chevy keys on site?
A: Yes, we can make Chevy car keys on site. Moreover, in case the lost Chevy key needs to be programmed, we can do it on site as well.
The process usually takes about one hour.
Q: My 2001 Chevy S10 ignition key won’t turn, what is the reason and how can I get a new key made?
A: There may be a few reasons why the ignition key won’t turn. Worn out key, stuck ignition or broken wafers. An automotive locksmith for Chevy cars can determine on the site reason and solution. We can help you with that.
In addition, in case you lost your Chevy ignition key, please remember that in most cases, there is no need to change the ignition.
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Q: My Chevy Silverado transponder key will not start the car. The battery is new, the lights are on and the radio works. What may be the reason?
A: There may be a few reasons why the key won’t start the car. A mechanical problem or key related problem. Please visit: My ignition key won’t start the car for more information.
Q: Do you make replacement fob “push to start” car keys with a chip for 2016 Chevy Malibu? I lost my only set of keys and have no spare and therefore need a new key made.
A: Yes. We can make replacement car keys and fobs to all Chevy models, including transponder keys, fob keys, “push to start” remotes and more. Please call us for immediate assistance.
Q: I lost my only set of ignition key fob for my 2016 Chevy Impala and have no spare. Therefore, I need a locksmith for Chevy cars. In addition, I wanted to know whether or not it is possible to make a replacement ignition key for Chevy cars without the original?
A: Yes. We can make replacement car keys and fobs to all Chevy models, including Chevy Impala. Moreover, There is no extra charge to unlock the door. Please call us for immediate assistance.
Q: Can you explain why there is a difference in cost of replacement keys between Chevy models? What would be the price for a newer model at the dealer VS an automotive locksmith?
A: The price for Chevy key replacement vary depends on the make and model. There are mainly two different type of Chevy keys when it comes to replacement key cost:
- Non-transponder chip key – No need to program the key.
- Transponder chip keys – Need to program the key.
Here we will give an example what the expected price for a key replacement would be:
Non-transponder Chevy replacement key cost –
Since these no programming is needed, you can call the dealer to cut you a new replacement key and pick it up at your convenience.
However, in case the ignition was changed before, as may happen with older models, the codes the dealer has on file will not work and therefore the key won’t turn in the ignition.
In addition, important to remember that the dealer has only codes for the original ignition and up to certain years on file. In case the car is too old, it may be a problem to get a replacement key from the dealer.
Estimated cost: Usually around $75 for a new key.
A locksmith usually charges a service fee plus the cost of the parts and labor for a replacement key.
Therefore, you should expect to pay more than the dealer would charge. However, since the cost of a non-transponder chip key is minor you shouldn’t pay much more than the dealer charge and you have the convenience of a solution at your location as many locksmiths offer mobile service.
Estimated cost: Usually around $135.
Transponder chip / “push to start” / fob / remote Chevy replacement key cost:
These type of keys have to be programmed in order to start the car and therefore the car will have to be towed to the dealership which will result in an additional cost.
The estimated cost for a transponder key: Usually around $150 for a new key.
An estimated cost for a remote key: Usually around $350 for a new key.
A locksmith usually charges a service fee plus the cost of the parts and labor for a replacement key. Therefore, you should expect to pay more than the dealer would charge.
However, an automotive locksmith that offers a mobile service can make you the key on site and therefore save you the time, money and hassle of towing the car to the dealer.
The estimated cost for a transponder key: Usually around $250 for a new key.
An estimated cost for a remote key: Usually around $400 for a new key.
Q: I called my Chevy dealer as I need a replacement key for my 1996 Chevy Express. Unfortunately, they told me they can’t make me a replacement key as they don’t have the information on file. Can you explain why is that, where can I get a replacement key and how much should it cost?
A: Yes. Chevy dealers, like other car brand dealer, use a code to cut a replacement key. These type of codes are available only for limited years, usually about 10 years or so.
Therefore, if your Chevy model is older than ten years ago, you may have a problem of getting a replacement key from the dealer. In this case, an automotive locksmith would be your best option. The estimated cost should be around $135.
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