Category: Dead Key FOBS

Subaru Dead Key Fob Help

Subaru Key Style 1

Getting into Your Subaru Retrieving the Mechanical Key Subaru uses three different styles of Access Key fobs (remote controls or ‘clickers), each of which holds a mechanical key. The rectangular shape Style 1 has a release catch (1) on the mechanical key (2) itself, very near the key ring hole, as shown. Slide the catch …

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Mitsubishi Dead Key Fob Help

Mitsubishi Ignition Knob

Getting into Your Mitsubishi Retrieving the Mechanical Key Mitsubishi came up with a whole new name for a smart key. It is called the Free-hand Advanced Security Transmitter key or FAST key. Despite the inflated name, it works pretty much like everyone else’, with a couple of twists at start time. It begins with a …

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Dead Key FOB App Now Offered at No Cost

As of October 24, 2013, our Dead Key FOB app is offered at no cost. We admit that we thought the information contained in the app was important enough that a 99 cent charge would not deter downloads. But our experience with the Symbols app and apps in general has shown that the app world …

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Volkswagen and Audi Dead Key Fob Help

VW /Audi Keyhole Cover

Getting into Your Volkswagen or Audi Retrieving the mechanical key There are three general styles of key fobs in use with Volkswagen and Audi models. With the older style shown to the right, press the chrome button on the back of the key fob (remote control or ‘clicker’) to release the spring-loaded mechanical key, which remains …

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Karma Dead Key Fob Help

Getting into Your Karma Retrieving the mechanical key Well, not too many of these on the road, in fact, the original company, Fisker, went bust but is being resurrected as Karma, but for this vehicle, press the button on the reverse of the key fob (remote control or ‘clicker’) and slide the emergency key blade free. Insert the …

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