Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 50 years, shows how to get new modern car keys and keyless remote systems fixed as economically as possible. The trick is in who you use, as Scotty shows in this video.
Chrysler/Dodge/fiat/Jeep/Ram might being following the tragic footsteps of mercury, Pontiac and Saturn. Companies that went extinct because people hated owning those things.
he's a lucky man, i've had many customers with those that just fell apart in a few years
And that's why Chryslers are crap! My Dad has a 2010 Dodge Journey with about 160,000 miles and it's never given him a problem cause he takes good care of it!
not much, they change oil, that's about it
The Chrysler is in fact an Enterprise rental car. What maintenance was done on it?
Two months ago I bought a new RVR. It came with two key fobs. I promptly went to Carey My Keys in Moncton, NB and had two keys made for it. They were basic keys that opens the doors and starts the car... no buttons to remote unlock. They were only 89 bucks each. I thought it was a good deal...
Yep, smart move
This is what I had to do with my wife’s car and I bought the key fobs on Amazon for around $14 and took it to a locksmith and only charge $25 to get them cut such a big savings
Great, I'm here to help everyone with their car problems to save em money. Tell the world about my free advice here
That’s what I need now. Just in the nick of time.