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Old 11-25-2012, 06:07 PM
02MRoadster 02MRoadster is offline
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The chip keys need to be programmed either at the car or using a special machine hooked up to a computer with the software or a combination of both... Check with a locksmith or possibly a local hardware store and they should be able to program it. I work at Ace Hardware part-time and we can sometimes program the key, just depends on the car. I hope this helps.
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