Car Transponder Keys

Common on cars that were built after 1995 uses transponder chip in their keys, and it is a useful security feature. Transponder chips communicate to the car's system making sure that only the right key would make the car work.

Having more than one transponder keys is a good idea and practice since transponder key replacements are exceptionally costly. Most car dealership discourages car owners to get a copy of key from a locksmiths, saying that they can only get duplicates thru them, which is not true at all. Replacement of transponder chip keys made by auto locksmiths are generally cheaper than the local auto dealership. Automotive locksmiths usually have the equipment and expertise to accomplish the process of cutting and programming a transponder key. Auto locksmith companies are also available 24/7 to cut and program your transponder chip key.

Getting a replacement for your transponder key for your auto is not as simple as getting another key cut to fit your auto's ignition. Transponder chip replacement unit will need consumers to get the specialized microchip to be added onto your car key and program it so your automobile would identify it.

If you have troubles with your transponder keys, have a professional locksmith reach you by calling us. We can either meet you wherever you are and create your transponder key on the spot. Alternatively, you can drop by our shop and have your car key replaced or copied. Call our number and our helpful phone staff will respond to your contact and and give you details about your questions.