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      12-03-2012, 09:54 PM   #1
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Help Lost All My Keys To My Bmw

So there is 4 bmw's in my house and last week one of my keys went missing so i used the spare. today my other key went missing. Unforutanly i think one my family members has it in his or her jacket or left it somewhere thinking it was there key. LONG STORY SHORT how can i get another key. can they program another key without an original. Approx cost?
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      12-03-2012, 09:58 PM   #2
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I was quoted at $350 for a new key from BMW NW.
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      12-03-2012, 10:13 PM   #3
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      12-03-2012, 10:14 PM   #4
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You need to go to your local BMW parts and just provide your reg And license. It's about 230-270 depending if you have comfort access. Then there's a $185 comfort access programming fee if you choose to activate that function. That's a service appointment you'd have to make.
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      12-03-2012, 11:50 PM   #5
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find your key order another fob and program that.. maybe invest in a key locator
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      12-04-2012, 12:01 PM   #6
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You need to go to your local BMW parts and just provide your reg And license. It's about 230-270 depending if you have comfort access. Then there's a $185 comfort access programming fee if you choose to activate that function. That's a service appointment you'd have to make.
Wow that's A LOT to pay ! Thanks for the heads up -- now I'm going to take even better notice of my keys (not that I wasn't before).
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      12-04-2012, 12:36 PM   #7
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You should probably call the other three drivers and ask if they have a key that doesn't work for their car. Even if they have to overnight it, it'll be cheaper than new.
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You need to go to your local BMW parts and just provide your reg And license. It's about 230-270 depending if you have comfort access. Then there's a $185 comfort access programming fee if you choose to activate that function. That's a service appointment you'd have to make.
wait this may sound stupid but you can "activate?" it? so if i don't have ca, i can pay 185 at the dealer and have it? or are you saying it costs an extra 185 to activate ca if you already have it on your car?
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      12-04-2012, 02:07 PM   #9
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You need to go to your local BMW parts and just provide your reg And license. It's about 230-270 depending if you have comfort access. Then there's a $185 comfort access programming fee if you choose to activate that function. That's a service appointment you'd have to make.
What he said. I just had a new key done, and it cost $190. Call around, each dealer charges different.
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You need to go to your local BMW parts and just provide your reg And license. It's about 230-270 depending if you have comfort access. Then there's a $185 comfort access programming fee if you choose to activate that function. That's a service appointment you'd have to make.
wait this may sound stupid but you can "activate?" it? so if i don't have ca, i can pay 185 at the dealer and have it? or are you saying it costs an extra 185 to activate ca if you already have it on your car?
It's $185 to activate the CA feature on your key only if your car has that. You can not have CA if your car didn't already come with it
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I asked about getting a third key made when I bought my 06 in the spring, I was told it was about 350 though my local dealership. I made a mental note there and then to NEVER lose my key.
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My e30 keys were like 5 bucks no joke lol My e36 m3 key is 50 bucks at the dealer. They use a different remote for keyless.
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It's $185 to activate the CA feature on your key only if your car has that. You can not have CA if your car didn't already come with it
damn i thought so , got me excited haha thanks for the reply man
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