How to Copy a Car Key

If you have ever lost your car keys, you know how frustrating that can be. Not only do you have to spend time looking for them, but you also have to go through the hassle of getting a new set made. If you are lucky, you may have a friend or family member who can copy your car key for you. But what if you don’t? Don’t worry – we can help! In this blog post, we will teach you how to copy a car key using simple tools that you probably already have at home.

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How do I find my vehicle? Click below for an online store to find available products. Your car may have special keys. Call your local retailer for availability. Is there no way of searching your vehicle? You can also visit the local supermarket for more information. 60% savings represents maximum savings on dealer prices derived from November 2018 independent pricing studies. Pricing estimates. Savings are calculated at total cost if the key has been programmed or cost cut. Different regions vary in the actual discounts depending upon the key.

Making a Copy of a Car Key

What You’ll Need:

– A blank key

– A copy of your car’s key

– A file

– A drill

First, start by finding a blank key that is the same size and shape as your car’s key. If you can’t find one at a local hardware store, you can order one online. Next, take your copy of your car’s key and use a file to remove any raised edges or ridges. Once you have filed down the key, it should be a smooth, flat surface.

Now that you have prepared your blank key, it’s time to drill a hole in it. The hole should be big enough to fit the duplication of your car’s key inside of it. Once you have drilled the hole, insert the copy of your car’s key into it and secure in place with a bit of glue or tape.

Now that you have made your own copy of a car key, you will never have to worry about being locked out of your car again!

How much does a duplicate car key cost?

The cost of a duplicate car key can vary depending on the make and model of your car. For example, a duplicate key for a Ford Focus may cost around $50, while a duplicate key for a Mercedes-Benz S-Class may cost around $200. To get an accurate estimate of the cost of a duplicate car key for your specific car, we recommend contacting a local locksmith or dealership.

How are replacement car keys made?

When you lose your car keys, the first thing you should do is call a locksmith or dealership to get a replacement key made. They will have the necessary tools and equipment to create a new key that is identical to your old one. In most cases, they will use a blank key that is programmed to match your car’s ignition system.

How long does it take to get a car key copy made?

The time it takes to get a car key copy made can vary depending on the make and model of your car. For example, it may take a few minutes to program a new key for a Ford Focus, but it may take up to an hour to program a new key for a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. To get an accurate estimate of the time it will take to get a duplicate car key made for your specific car, we recommend contacting a local locksmith or dealership.

If you have lost your car keys or if they have been stolen, we recommend that you contact a local locksmith or dealership as soon as possible to get a replacement key made.

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