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Old 04-07-2007, 01:06 PM   #11
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Yes I am getting the same reading on both key, as for the 2 wires I haven't tried that yet, but will when the car returns and the snow stops falling.


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My Chrysler has a combo FOB/key... got one off eBay and Wal Mart cut the key for free. They don't charge for the cutting, they apparently charge for the blank!
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So what if you supply the blank at Walmart, I wonder what they would charge?
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So what if you supply the blank at Walmart, I wonder what they would charge?
Probably nothing.
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Someone charging nothing, that'* almost unbelievable.
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Someone charging nothing, that'* almost unbelievable.
Yep! YMMV, but at my Wal Mart it was free...
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Default GM to charge 100.00 dollars key decode

Went to dealer, local chevy dealer wants 100.00 for serial number on title to decode my key to the column, I lost a key need to get my key replaced. they want a Ben Franklin just to get steps on key and chip code. any help. please contact me asap car blocking drive.

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all original. never tampered./ door keys all changed now but need column.

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see your other thread they dont like when you dig up old threads
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