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Found this one, and others like it. This it says that if you have 2 remotes you can program it. And obviously take it to a smith to get it cut. But what about the chip in for keys that is required to start the engine? Is this a generic chip? Because from what I can tell it doesn't say anything about that.

Anyone have this or one like it that didn't come from the factory?
 

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ive used many aftermarket keys, am using so 2 right now, when I used to install and never had a problem with them. As far as the flip key is there is a thread over on SVTP of a guy that did this with his car but he had to modify the black plastic piece so that it would fully insert inside the key hole
 

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your right they wont but if you have both of the original keys you can program a third by yourself or otherwise you will have to take it to the dealership to have them program the codes onto those keys
 

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Step 1: Insert working key 1 and turn till the lights come on on the instrument cluster.

Step 2: Remove key 1 and insert working key 2 and repeat process.

Step 3:Insert nonprogrammed key and start car.
 

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Is it really that simple if you have 2 working keys?...The way it's described seems like I could just buy this flipkey from eBay, get it cut for my car, and then do this process:

Step 1: Insert working key 1 and turn till the lights come on on the instrument cluster.

Step 2: Remove key 1 and insert working key 2 and repeat process.

Step 3:Insert nonprogrammed key and start car.


And that's it?
 

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Is it really that simple if you have 2 working keys?...The way it's described seems like I could just buy this flipkey from eBay, get it cut for my car, and then do this process:

Step 1: Insert working key 1 and turn till the lights come on on the instrument cluster.

Step 2: Remove key 1 and insert working key 2 and repeat process.

Step 3:Insert nonprogrammed key and start car.


And that's it?
It does sound to easy. I just ordered one and I'm gonna find out.
 

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Is it really that simple if you have 2 working keys?...The way it's described seems like I could just buy this flipkey from eBay, get it cut for my car, and then do this process:

Step 1: Insert working key 1 and turn till the lights come on on the instrument cluster.

Step 2: Remove key 1 and insert working key 2 and repeat process.

Step 3:Insert nonprogrammed key and start car.

And that's it?
No that's not it at all.

Follow the instructions in this post and it'll work.

Happy Thanksgiving!
 
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