Category: Dead Key FOBS

Ford and Lincoln Dead Key Fob Help: Part I, Getting In

Ford Key #2

Getting into Your Ford or Lincoln Retrieving the mechanical key Ford and Lincoln vehicles use a number of different Intelligent Access (IA) (remote control or ‘clicker’) key styles. Two of the key fobs use a sliding release on the back side to release the key. Two new key fobs use a push button to release the mechanical …

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Fiat, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge Dead Key Fob Help

Chrysler key slot

Getting into Your Fiat Chrysler Vehicle Retrieving the mechanical key To remove the emergency (mechanical) key for a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge vehicle, slide the mechanical latch at the top of the back of the Key Fob (remote control or ‘clicker’) to the side and then pull the key out with your free hand. Use the …

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BMW / Mini Dead Key Fob Help

Getting into Your BMW or Mini Retrieving the Mechanical Key For your BMW or Mini, press the button on the back of the remote control (or ‘clicker’) and pull the key ring end to remove the integrated key. The integrated or mechanical key can be used to unlock the driver’s door. In 2014, BMW and …

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Honda / Acura Dead Key Fob Help

Acura Remote Slot

Getting into Your Honda or Acura Retrieving the mechanical key Honda and Acura build a mechanical key into the key fob (remote control or ‘clicker’). There are three different but similar key fob styles. The first one has a release button near the gap for a key ring, and is used for Acura models. The second …

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