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Lost Car Key Waterloo
EA Locksmith Inc. in Waterloo is the place for your lost car keys!
If you are located in Waterloo area we are available on-site within 20-30 minutes!
Losing your car keys can be very stressful, especially when you’re parked in a private parking space. The biggest dilemma is who to call? Well EA Locksmith Inc. is here to help you. We specialize in a variety of car key makes such as GM, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Honda, Acura, Some Lexus, Toyota, Dodge, some Volkswagen and more! Feel free to call and check availability at 519-722-7776
We know you need your keys recovered or made fast and you don’t want to pay a fortune for the job, we understand that, so our professional automotive technician is always about saving you a little more!
Did you know that Automotive Locksmiths have to have special skills to generate coding for your vehicle? It takes good amount of work and practice to get to know each vehicle. We know it first-hand!
We will simplify it for you: first we need to know your ignition code (usually your ignition code is unavailable to you or maybe lost) but possible to extract either by reading your locks or by ordering through the VIN number. We prefer reading your locks which is = Cheaper! Then, the next step is decoding the ignition code into key cuts.
After we cut the key for your car, it’s time to program it to your immobilizer. To your attention most cars after 2000 will have an immobilizer antenna around the ignition cylinder, this helps prevent an “unwanted key” from starting your car. After all car theft is still a concern even in 2017. Once the key is programmed it is time to test and start the car.
This procedure can be simple yet it can become complicated in an instant (we will specify more about it on our special page of “Car Key Making”
So “Just In Case!” if you are ever stranded, gives us a call. We will be happy to help you!
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