Question about 2009 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I kno longer have the keys i need to replace for a price that is affordable
2009 Eclipse probably has a computer chip in the key, which does away with the concept we used to know as 'cheap' or even reasonable. My advice, get rid of the Mitsu and get an older, well-restored smaller muscle car ('60s Mustangs, Novas, Chevelles) from the era when mechanics had brains and cars didn't. If by some remotely-possible chance that your Mitsu key doesn't have a chip, take your broken pieces to a reputeable locksmith, and it can be re-cut pretty easily (and maybe even cheaply!)
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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