These two Smartphone or Mobile Apps were developed to help drivers with the most common questions asked of service departments everywhere: “What is this light on my dashboard?” And “My car says ‘Key Not Detected’. How do I get into and start my push-button start car?” With these two apps, DashboardSymbols.com has your back.
To date, nearly 50,000 downloads.
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Dashboard Symbols App Dead Key FOB App
What's that light on your dashboard? Can you keep driving? The Dashboard Symbols Mobile App will let you know. It is is a ‘Rosetta Stone’ for translating the hieroglyphics on your instrument panel.
The Dashboard Symbols App is available for Apple, Android, BlackBerry and Amazon Fire products, from smart phones to tablets.
Search "Dashboard Symbols" at your device's store or click the image above...
The Dead Key FOB App is your Back-up Plan, a utility, to get into a push-button start vehicle and underway when the battery in your remote goes flat and "Key Not Detected" is all you see.
The Dead Key FOB App is available for Apple, Android, BlackBerry and Amazon Fire products, from smart phones to tablets.
Search "Dead Key Fob" at your device's store or click the image above...
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Do you simply need a new Remote Control for your car? Head over to our partners, Remotes Unlimited.
Remotes Unlimited carries a complete line of remote controls and key fobs for standard key start vehicles, and for push-button start vehicles as well.
They also carry transmitters for nearly any aftermarket car alarm system you can imagine.
They give you 5 ways to search, but the simplest just starts with your car’s Model Year _____.
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