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      02-29-2012, 01:04 AM   #1
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Brand new key from my old BMW I just traded in this past Saturday. I posted in the electronics forum. But I think this might be "interior" too lol. Anyways, if anyone is interested. Let me know, make an offer


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      02-29-2012, 01:08 AM   #2
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Do you happen to know how much it is to reprogram the fob?
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      02-29-2012, 03:27 PM   #3
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i just called the dealer, the key fob brand new is $200, $40 for the "blade" what they call it, the key portion. and reprogramming if u have comfort access is one hour labor..

so all in all its a pretty damn expensive key. lol
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Not sure if this helps, but the dealer sent me an extra key for my '08 (no comfort access), and the programing could not be easier. Turn the car on using your current key, turn car off, put in unprogrammed key. Start car. Wait 30 seconds, remove key. Now works just like the first.
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thanks! gonna give this a try today!

got a new spare key from the dealer when they delivered my car, but comfort access doesn't work...everything else does though.
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nope! didn't work for me (comfort access)....is there any other way I can register they key with the car for CA to work without having to go to the dealer? 1 hour labor? seems insane!
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thats the dealer for ya! haha when i used to be a tech at ford, they have whats called a PATS system on their keys...and i used to charge one hour labor as the tech to reflash the ford keys...hey the techs have to make money too! lol
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just talked to my dealer and he said that once a key is programmed to a car it cannot be changed.. was gonna buy it too
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Just an update, I was getting normal service done today and I paid the dealer the hour labor to delete the missing key from the ECU, and re-program the new key in....both keys works now!
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