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The old fob should be able to be matched to the new vehicle; however, you will have to visit your local dealer. Remember to bring any remaining fobs that you would like matched. Once the dealer has coded the new fob(s), it will no longer work with the old vehicle. Each vehicle can have a maximum of four fobs matched to it.
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Thanks for the heads up on the YouTube video. Reprogramming took about a minute.
Just want to add that I asked a local automotive repair shop if they could re-program my key fob. They said it would take about a half hour and cost about $30.00. Thanks again.
That was me lol I was on my girls name lol posted to fast but no problem google and YouTube are gods lol
Thanks Doug, I was just about to suggest but thought about reading threads and you already covered it. How strange @ the suggestion's you get, and it's so simple. I went through the same problem, went to Dealer to program, they tried several times with no luck, finally hooked their computer reader and said they would have to remove the dash and look for problem, NOT.....I came home, went on line, took a "BOBBY PIN" followed their direction's and in less than a minute it was done. Sometimes I think the Dealer thinks were totally ignorant and gullable and will soak up all the charges. Good work guy's and travel safe.