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Need a cheap place to install a new locking device in my BMW X3

My car a 2005 bmw X3 was recently stolen with my spare key inside and i am worried about the thief using the same key to steal my car again. So i need some advice on how to get a new key lock installed in my car.

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Bmw can reprogram to computer code that is used to start the car, you don't need to change keys, just the computer code. Bmw place can do this...

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You will only be able to have this done at a BMW dealer because of the style of keys that is used. It will proably be very costly, so I would look into seeing if insurance would cover it.

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