Question about 2007 Honda Fit Sport Hatchback
I recently lost my only key to my fit, and I ordered some keys offline for way way cheaper than what the dealer would cost me... and I was wondering if they will actually work. They have the v-chip inside, and I don't know what that means I can't find any info on it at all. The keys have a money back guarantee, but I don't want to spend money to have the keys cut and programmed if they aren't going to work because then I will still lose out.
The keys are "chip" transponder keys that send out a signal to the control module that tell the system the right key is inserted and let it start. In order to make the system work with new keys you must have at least one working key, which you say you lost, you have no choice here but to seek out help from a dealer or a local locksmith that has the correct electronic scanner to set things up. I also think you will need to buy a new security module (due to the fact you have no working key), that is a big dollar item.
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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