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Can I get a replacement key for my 2004 jaguar xjr online? or do I need to go to dealer & pay the big $$$?

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Hi,

The best solution to the replacement of your car keys is to go to dealer who sold the care to you or the authorized dealer who is registered with your car manufacturer.
This is as a result of the fact that the new keys has to be reprogrammed with the entire computer system in the car to avoid complications in the nearest future,hence there is no place online where your car keys can be replaced.

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    Hi,




    The best solution to the replacement of your car keys is to go to dealer who sold the care to you or the authorized dealer who is registered with your car manufacturer.


    This is as a result of the fact that the new keys has to be reprogrammed with the entire computer system in the car to avoid complications in the nearest future,hence there is no place online where your car keys can be replaced.




    Have a nice day and thanks for using fixya..

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Hi
You can get the key unprogrammed and blank off ebay but you have to get the key programmed to the car's transponder. Some but very few independant locksmiths can do this but in most cases you will have to go to the dealer to get it programmed. if you need some details of a dealer near you send me your location and I will find you the best one locally.
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