If you have lost the keys to your Chevrolet, don’t panic. You can order a new key from any Chevy dealer or locksmith. The price can vary depending on if your Chevy has a transponder key, security chip, or VATS.
If your Chevy is a 2006 or newer vehicle, it may need to be programmed. The cost to program a new Chevy key at the dealer ranges between $60 and $180.
How to order a new Chevy key
- Locate a Chevy dealer near you.
- Call the nearest dealer and get a quote for a new Chevy key. You will need to provide your VIN. If you don’t know your Chevy VIN, open the driver’s door, and locate the vehicle sticker. Write down the 17 digit number.
- Head to the dealer to order a new Chevrolet key. Make sure to bring your ID, vehicle registration, and title.
- Pay for a new key and a programming fee if required. Certain Chevy keys can be programmed yourself without the need of the dealer. Older Chevy vehicles don’t need the key to be programmed.
This remote has a flip-out key. The key must be cut to match your current key.
The remote must be programmed into your vehicle. You can program it yourself, provided you already have one working key/remote.
Replacement Chevy Key Fob Remote
For many years Chevy vehicles came with a separate key and remote key fob. In the mid-2000s, Chevy came out with the flip key, but not all models were equipped with the flip key.
If you have lost your Chevy key fob remote, you can order a new one from your dealer. Depending on your Chevy remote button configuration, it may cost anywhere from $80 to $375 for a new one.
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We hope you find the Order New Chevrolet Key Fob guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Chevrolet.
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