Category: Dead Key FOBS

Mercedes-Benz Dead Key Fob Help: Part II Getting Started

Starting Your Mercedes-Benz First, if you are still locked out, click here. Second, for video help, click here. To start a Mercedes-Benz that uses the tapered SmartKey style, the engine Start / Stop ignition button must be removed. It appears to ‘float’ above the dashboard and is easily pulled away from the ignition lock. Insert …

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Volkswagen and Audi Dead Key Fob Help: Part II, Getting Started

Starting Your Volkswagen or Audi First, if you are still locked out, click here. Second for video help, click here! Early Audi models use a slot in the dashboard but do not use a Start/Stop button. The fob itself is pushed to start or stop the car. If the key fob battery is dead, the …

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Volvo Dead Key Fob Help: Part II, Getting Started

Starting Your Volvo First, if you are still locked out, click here. Second, for video help, click here. In a Volvo, and a Style 1 remote key or key fob, the ignition slot comes into play. Insert the key fob into the ignition slot next to or below the Start / Stop button. This will …

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Porsche Dead Key Fob Help: Part II, Getting Started

Starting Your Porsche First, if you are still locked out, click here. Second, for video help, click here! The Porsche Entry & Drive System may or may not feature a dummy key that needs to be turned to start the vehicle. If your vehicle does not have this key, the car’s key fob, even if …

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Fiat, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge Dead Key Fob Help: Part I, Getting Started

Starting Your Fiat Chrysler Vehicle First, if you are still locked out, click here. Second, for video help, click here! In Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles built prior to 2009 and using the rectangular-tipped key, the Engine Start / Stop button must be removed from the ignition switch for key fob use. With the ignition …

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