Subaru & Mazda Car Keys And Remotes
Subaru vehicles from 1998 have been manufactured with immobiliser systems. Whether or not your key has a remote on it, inside the key is a carbon chip that contains information that your car requires to allow it to start. These systems cannot be bypassed and require special equipment to program the keys. Subaru keys and remotes are among the most expensive to buy and it pays to look for a cheaper alternative if you require spare or new keys. The 2010 WRX key and remote can cost as much as $450 from the dealer.
Most models can be programmed using after market keys much cheaper than genuine but unfortunately if you want a full remote key the dealer is your only option for purchasing the key and then we can cut and program it for you on site.
Mazda early "transponder" systems have been a hard nut to crack, It's only recently that the 8C chip used in Mazda early systems has been able to be copied. Up until 2002 if keys are lost to Mazda 323 or 626 the immobiliser box will need to be removed and reset. Spare keys can now be copied from original working keys for about $150. Later model Mazdas have been developed with systems that allow keys to be made much easier through the OBD 2 port within the vehicle using programming equipment designed for the job.
Pick Me Car Locksmith Adelaide are fully mobile and equipped to cut and program car keys and remotes on site saving you time and money. Contact is today for a quote for a new key for your Subaru or Mazda car.