I have a 2002 camry le I lost the key and dont have a spare i asked the dealer if i could buy a new one they told me they would have to see the key to know if it was a regular key or a transponder key how would i know i dont have the key.
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A Hyundai dealer may be able to make you a new key from the VIN number on the dashboard. However, you will need to prove you own the car, as they get requests regularly for a new key with a stolen VIN number.
ask dealer to check it out as this fault is caused by the immobilisor ,try the spare key first though as you may have lost the chip out of the key and not noticed or had key in pocket with mobile phone as this will cause a similar problem
Keys are available outwith the Mitsubishi dealer. Keys supplied will have a transponder chip in them but this will need to be coded into the car, which, if the key supplier cannot code, will then need to go to a Mitsubishi dealer. Probably easier going direct to the dealer
The dealer might have the only solution, but if they can't help you buy a new car, it's $1600 to have it rekeyed. Thats what a saab dealer told me, I could be wrong. Blue book on the car is also about $1600. They could have just been trying to get me to buy a spare key theyre only $60.
You cannot disable the immobiliser. If it were that easy, any car theif could defeat it by searching the internet. If you dont have any more master keys, you will have to have your local Toyota dealer reseed (reprogram) the immobiliser code, and program new keys for you. It should be about 2 hours labor and cost of keys, but only a dealer can do it. They need to use the Toyota scan tool, and access a Toyota only website with security codes.
the best thing is to go to your local toyota dealship! Have your Vin # ( on the lower right hand corner of the windsheild looking from the front of the car). Make sure that you write all the nimbers and letters correctly. They will either order you a new key and key pad or they will have one on site and make it work for your car!!