Plainfield Naperville Bolingbrook Illinois | Automotive Locksmith Services
Do you have an automotive key problem?
Are you needing a transponder programed?
Do you require help from an auto locksmith?
Are you in need of a duplicate or milled key?
Not only does Last Chance Auto Repair fix automobile’s we are an auto locksmith expert. From a basic duplicated key to the more difficult programming of a key transponder. Will your automobile not start, do you have an ignition problem? Do you need an extra key made but the dealer plus everyone else wants to much money?
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Auto Locksmith – An auto locksmith is a locksmith that specializes in vehicle locksmith services. Beginning as a science and art of making and defeating locks Locksmithing has been around for ages. Automotive locksmith services usually include: car lockouts, reproduction of new keys, cutting keys by code, auto key duplication, broken key extractions, transponder key and fob programming, and ignition and door lock repairs.
Key Transponders – At Last Chance we program a lot of transponders but we can’t do them all. Unfortunately prices on the programs to do the programing are expensive. So please call first to check on availability. Transponders are used to start the vehicle. When the key is turned in the ignition there is a code read by the vehicle. Then it will only start if the correct code is received correctly. This system was introduced to help reduce vehicle crime. If the auto transponder key is missing or faulty the automobile will not start.
Duplicate Auto Keys – Duplicate auto keys can come in handy if you lock yourself out of your automobile, lose your keys or need to loan your vehicle to a friend. A key is an instrument that is used to operate a lock mechanism. Lost car keys will ruin your day, duplicating is key in preventing a headache that could of been prevented. Replacing keys to your car, truck or SUV doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg.
Milled Automotive Keys – Milling a key is a process of machining flat, curved, or irregular surfaces by feeding the key against a rotating cutter containing a number of cutting edges. More and more vehicle manufacturers are turning to the side milled key. Duplicating these keys require a specialized machine. They are typically referred to as a “flip” key, due to the way the blade stores in the key fob and flips out for use when a button is pressed. Advantages of side milling are security, tumbler actuation, hang load tolerance. Added security is hands down the main benefit.