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Old 03-16-2004, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default Wow...anyone needing a new keyless entry fob, read this

I was just looking online for some remote fobs for my car since I never got #1 with the car and they are over $100 new, and I came across this site.

http://www.keylessride.com/company/testimonials.asp

Mine would be $29 through them!
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For my car from that site:
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List Price: $54.00
Dealership Price: $126.00*
You Save: $72.00 (57% off!)
From www.gmpartsdirect.com :
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GM PART # 25602667
CATEGORY: Keyless Entry Fobs & Batteries
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $90.89
OUR PRICE: $51.81
DESCRIPTION: TRANSMITT
$90.89 is Dealer list (retail). Notice they inflated it in the quote to 126? Makes it look like a sweeter deal.

Sorry, Hails. Not nitpicking here. Just want to make sure everyone knows GM is a viable option.
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GMPD is a viable option Not GM.

I think MOS got his from there. THe newer ones will be cheaper then older harder to find ones.
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For my car from that site:
Quote:
List Price: $54.00
Dealership Price: $126.00*
You Save: $72.00 (57% off!)
From www.gmpartsdirect.com :
Quote:
GM PART # 25602667
CATEGORY: Keyless Entry Fobs & Batteries
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $90.89
OUR PRICE: $51.81
DESCRIPTION: TRANSMITT
$90.89 is Dealer list (retail). Notice they inflated it in the quote to 126? Makes it look like a sweeter deal.

Sorry, Hails. Not nitpicking here. Just want to make sure everyone knows GM is a viable option.
Oh well...I tried. :P I forgot that the price I was quoted from the dealer included programming. It'* still cheaper (by about $10, but not as much less as I thought).
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Yeah I need one, question is:

Do they have to be programed to work with my specific car?
Easy to do?
Surley it wouldn't work ot of the box or we would have everyone in our cars.
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Yeah I need one, question is:

Do they have to be programed to work with my specific car?
Easy to do?
Surley it wouldn't work ot of the box or we would have everyone in our cars.
Some cars will need it to be programmed by the dealer, and some you can do yourself...just look up your car and it will tell you.
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We also have programming in techinfo.
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We also have programming in techinfo.
Sweet...I didn't realize that.
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