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What keys should I have?
Your car should have come with three keys (but two different types of keys). Here’s what you should know:
You should have two master keys. These are smart keys that include both a mechanical key (the shaft) and a remote.
You should have one valet key, which does not include any remote functions.
You should also have a key number tag that must be used when you buy new/replacement keys for the car.
All three keys are tied into your car’s immobilizer system.
The valet key should be used for valeting the car or for other situations where you do * not want to let someone use the master key.
Don’t leave any key in direct sunlight or expose it to high temperatures.
Don’t get your keys wet – it can damage the electronics inside.
If your key doesn’t work, it will need to be reprogrammed.
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