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So I snapped my key in half in my iginition. I am trying to save a little face and not spend the estimated 200 dollars its going to cost to order a new key and get it programmed at the dealership. I found uncut keys on ebay that seem legite but they need for me to send a copy of my key(which is broke) in order to cut the key. Can I buy this uncut key and find a lockmith or take it to a dealership to get it cut for my 04 Crossfire?
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your best bet, is to man up, swallow your pride and go to a dealership(that you dont ever go to)
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So I snapped my key in half in my iginition. I am trying to save a little face and not spend the estimated 200 dollars its going to cost to order a new key and get it programmed at the dealership. I found uncut keys on ebay that seem legite but they need for me to send a copy of my key(which is broke) in order to cut the key. Can I buy this uncut key and find a lockmith or take it to a dealership to get it cut for my 04 Crossfire?
i wouldnt send anyone your key that could be a huge mistake. i would just get a new key man, whats 200 dollars for a key when your car probly cost you over 40k. some things you just cant be cheap about.
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