Centering ourselves in current times, advanced service companies like Car Key Replacement can solve your key troubles in a matter of moments.
Only approved companies are provided access to manufacturer design and microchip databases. As the manufacturer trusts in their ability, so should the consumer.
What the locksmiths do to create new keys
When issuing the original request for service, the friendly customer service personnel will request pertinent information about your vehicle. They will ask questions to determine the make, model, and year of the vehicle.
However, if you do not have this information the technician will be able acquire it from the unique Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) located in the lower windscreen area of the vehicle. The VIN number is also located in other areas such as the front engine block and on the frame of the vehicle. Don’t bother to get your hands dirty, the technician is more than happy to find the number for you.
ECU Programming and Immobilising Repair
Once this information is obtained, the customer service agent or the on-site technician will be able to acquire information via computer regarding your key. This information will include shape and size of the key as well as crucial information regarding the microchip located inside the head of the key that provides signal to the ECU programming.
Using these precise measurements and codes, the technician will then proceed with your on-site car key replacement. Car Key Replacement roadside assistance vehicles are equipped with the hundreds of different car key types used by manufacturers.
Car Key Replacement will program their on-site key-cutting equipment and form a precise match. Next, they will program the microchip with the unique code necessary to be recognised by the vehicles on board computer, before providing your on-site car key replacement.