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Try This First Before Getting It Programmed by a Dealer/Locksmith...
Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2018
Didn't have to program! I read a review here that said to insert the circuit board from your original key fob into the new one. I figured I'd give it a try as I had nothing to lose. Viola! I thought I was dreaming! With my original key fob, the only button that worked was the *door open* and only if it wasn't too cold outside or I was right next to my car (even with a brand new battery). After switching the circuit board, I was able to remotely start my car, open my trunk, lock my doors, etc. I then tried to do the same with my second key fob. This one needed to have one contact point soldered as it came loose when switching the battery. After switching this board into the new key fob case, it ALSO works (without soldering the contact)! Give it a try, it's worth a shot! Don't know how long it'll last, but to go from 1 non working key fob and another that only opened the door to two fully functioning ones is amazing! (Of course I kept the circuit boards from the new key fobs and my old cases just in case I may need to program them down the road.)