Key Fob Programming

It’s happened to all of us. You’re in a giant hurry to get to that meeting or rush those kids into their after school class, lock the car, and return later only to discover that, once again, you’ve locked your keys in your car. Unless we have a family member or friend nearby with a spare, we normally rely on the abilities of a locksmith to get us back into our vehicle. While locksmiths are excellent at this type of work, there are other tools in the locksmiths’ arsenal that they can utilize to help their clients. One such tool is the ability of the locksmith to program a new keyless remote for your car, allowing you easier access to your vehicle at all times (especially when loading up the groceries). All it takes is one short call to set up an appointment and you’re on your way!

While it’s within the wheelhouse of a locksmith to program keyless remotes, it’s also within the realm of possibility for any client to do it themselves. Depending on the year, make, and model of the car, it may be possible to program without the use of special tools. That being said, most newer model vehicles require a skilled technician using a diagnostic tool to reprogram the car’s computer, communicating with it through the ODM port and allowing the technician to make changes to the remotes, keys, and a number of other functions. If this should be the case, our skilled technicians would be delighted to assist you in the programming of your remote.

However, if you own an older model car, you may be able to make the modifications yourself. In order to check whether or not you are able to make these changes without the assistance of a locksmith, we recommend that you utilize www.programyourremote.com. This website will not only inform you as to whether or not you are able to program the remote yourself, it also contains the instructions and helpful tips on how to do so. Most of these remotes are available for purchase online, but be sure to purchase the remote from a reputable company and check that the FCC code imprinted on the back of your current remote and your new remote match.