Tip worth remembering if ever I lose my keys. You key, however, must be an ordinary key because I recall that the key to our E39 had buttons you pressed to open/close the doors. A replacement for this was almost 100 pounds!and remember to quote ''+ 4'' which means you get a better discount as the car is more than 4 years old
Nope...she just hates me :rofl:
Need to renew my membership actually as mum is getting withdrawal symptoms from not reading the magazine!!
well mines not a ordinery key it has the one button in the middle which lights up a torch and of course its laser cut and its coded if you need a pic i will try and upload one still it was £30.01 from elvet bmw in durhamTip worth remembering if ever I lose my keys. You key, however, must be an ordinary key because I recall that the key to our E39 had buttons you pressed to open/close the doors. A replacement for this was almost 100 pounds!
Always stylish and to the point in your answers hey mate.......not that you are wrong....on thiis occasion....These are questions that you must ponder as punishment for your incompetence!!!
Thats fair, but when I was looking, I made some enquiries, and what happens here is you order the key from the stealer, they then go to a particular locksmith and get the key cut and scanned and take it back to the dealership and give it to you.You could get it from a lock smith ofcourse. If he has an immoblizer scantool. He can pull out the security code from youre car and put it on the new key.
But, I would rather get a BMW ORIGINAL laser-cut key and keep my mind in peace. Although Ive seen the scantool trick being done before, I just prefer original over it.
That was my 0.02$ ! Good luck !