Chevy Flip Key Broken
When you find your Chevy flip key has broken you probably started calling around locksmiths and discovered not all locksmiths cut these types of keys. Also, the Chevy flip key fobs generally aren’t very cheap depending on your vehicle make, model, and year. There are some things you can do on your own depending on how the key has broken.
Did Your Chevy Flip Key Fall Apart?
If the key has just basically fallen apart but the blade (metal key) is still intact then you can order a new remote and actually transfer that blade onto the new flip key fob. If the blade is in pretty bad shape and you are worried due to the rest of the key already breaking then you can always use our cut by VIN service. By having a new flip key cut by VIN you won’t need a locksmith to cut the key for you. With almost every Chevrolet model having onboard programming you could even program the key fob yourself and save yourself some time and money.
Options To Fix Your Broken Chevy Key Fob
- Call a locksmith.
- Buy a shell and replace all the internal components with the old fob unless of course the metal key is broken.
- Order a completely new Chevy Key Fob and have a locksmith cut your new key and program the remote.
- Alternatively, you can order the fob directly from us and have us pre-cut your blade before shipping it out directly to your mailbox.
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