Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by dink Will only open door and/or trunk - this is not a security key
Another reviewer complained that this key caused his car to read it as 'theft'. This key is not designed to work in the ignition. That takes a special key blank with a transponder built into it. That is no fault of this key. This ordinary blank will only work in the trunk or door locks.
Unless you are adventurous and somewhat tech savy, you will need to go to a locksmith or dealer to get an ignition key cut and programmed. Cost will probably be $75 to $100. If you are brave enough to search the web to find the right blank, get it cut, and if your car is of the year models that allow programming without special equipment, you might do it for around $10.
June 16, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JDM4Life Key is DOA
Key was DOA! Ive contacted the manufacture and no reply. now ive gotta RMA this thing. Ive already had 6 of them. Dont buy this chunk of metal. Made my car read as "theft" and would not start, all o the keys did this
April 4, 2013