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    I'm lookn for best way to get another key for 307. I priced one from UK and it was cheap. However I was told I would still have to go to a Dealer. Is this the only way? Is there a cheaper alternative because this replacement key could cost $100s; for a key!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I'll prob sound old for saying this but remember when you could buy a second hand car for the cost of a key...

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    Hope he getz my answer. Ive been quoted alot by the dealer; not their fault keys are so dear. Such an idiot thing these things are so dear. It just a key; not a 9.1 sound system with gold encased platinum speaker wires lovingly crafted by cistine monks on the windswept shores of northern Ireland and lovingly transported by out-of-work hollywood actresses in restored Spanish Galleons made from the finest Huon Pines from the private forests of Bob Brown!!!!

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    My daughter has just bought a 307 and it's missing the main fob key.


    I would like to know who contact in the UK who can provide the key. I recall that all we need to do is provide the VIN No
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    Apparently (as far as l know) youve gotta go get the key 'computered' in at the dealer.

    Does anyone know any viable workable option?
    To post above l got quote from Fi(y?)sh Bros dealer in UK. Was cheap but ya still gotta get blade cut and programmed in at a dealer. Still expensive.

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    You really have to take it to the dealer because of the immobiliser in it - it needs to be hooked up via ECU/Computer. I need 2nd/3rd key as well and I am scared to get a quote. My wife's Subaru needs a key too and costs $55 to program for the immobilser at Subaru.
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    I've had Blades cut at half decent locksmiths.
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    Got quoted $400 for the key, cut and coding for my 207. I thought you could code these yourself by following a button sequence when turning on the car. Or is just when you replace the battery?

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    We have these in stock for 307 and 407. new only $33 and easy to change.
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    As long as you have a working key, I am pretty sure you can buy a blank key with all internals and just clone the existing immobiliser chip at any key cutting place or locksmith.

    I have a 206 with a single key (no remote functions) and am going to do just that - there is a place in QLD selling suitable keys for $50, not sure how much the cutting is going to be, but will report back once I get it done. Some places refuse to cut blanks that they have not supplied, so might take a bit of shopping around.

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    There's a local shop in Hobart offering the same thing. I've sent an inquiry off but so far no response


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    This is easy if its just case repacement, open it u do not loose the little piece of graphite its a small solid piece (chip powered by inductive pickup) then change case use old key and you have a new fob. Mine came off fleabay and is good several years after, watch the little chip, I missed it initially and wondered why the key would not work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNM View Post
    As long as you have a working key, I am pretty sure you can buy a blank key with all internals and just clone the existing immobiliser chip at any key cutting place or locksmith.

    I have a 206 with a single key (no remote functions) and am going to do just that - there is a place in QLD selling suitable keys for $50, not sure how much the cutting is going to be, but will report back once I get it done. Some places refuse to cut blanks that they have not supplied, so might take a bit of shopping around.
    We've just bought a 307 HDi and would like another key for it - how did you go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridethetalk View Post
    We've just bought a 307 HDi and would like another key for it - how did you go?
    Still on my TODO list.
    Hopefully in next week or two. Been kinda busy.

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    Default 307 key

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    Just got one from overseas .you need the chassis no to make sure it is the right one.
    It comes with blank blade and will have to be programed when I came back.
    The cost is less than 150 dollars .depend if
    I could claim gst back
    They are also avaible from dealers in UK for around 110 pounds shipped to aus

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    Lots of locksmiths have the coding gear. It is all chip based. They can provide a key & coding for between 80-400 with an average price of 150.

    The other option and the one i am going to pursue is to remove the transponder pill from the current key and glue it close to the ignition barrell. Have keys cut cheaply. Add an aftermarjet imobiliser if you're concerned about not having the stock one. Simples...
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