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|Check with Canadian Tire. They now have a machine in which you insert your key and it detects what kind of security system is in the key and can then duplicate the key. Not sure if they also sell remotes though.|
The pirates of the great white north strike again.
Pick one up next down you are down south ; or maybe Fourgreenauto online but you would still need to bend over to get it programmed.
|Can I walk into any US Hyundai dealership with my key and get another one with the remote too?? What would it run me, and how long would it take? Assuming I need my car too??|
Post a nice pic of the key, mainly the pastic portion where key blank molded in..
Post a pic of the remote too.
We keep remotes majority of time, key blanks is not a fast moving item, though we do have a few..
If the key has the letter M on it and 6 dots then its the same as what I got from Fourgreen for $18 each plus shipping.
Works with ignition transponder and security system.
If you order a few items the shipping doesn't seem too bad.
Local lock shop near me has the softwear to program remotes and keys ; $25 covers reprogramming all remotes and keys if necessary. Might as well get two keys in case another one gets lost.
Fleabay has lots of used remotes shipped for around $20 total.
I have had US dealers ship me stuff via USPS and on smaller items there can be good savings. Try a state like Pennslvania with no state tax if you are shopping in person.
The key has the letters M on the base of the key and the letter C on the key part.
The FOB has the following numbers on it:
fcc id: plnhm-t002
Any thoughts? I am in Canada.
|The key has the letters M on the base of the key and the letter C on the key part.|
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