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2017: Best respectable and decently priced shop for aftermarket key fobs? (Toronto)

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2017: Best respectable and decently priced shop for aftermarket key fobs? (Toronto)

My wife lost her purse. In it were my wife's 2016 RAV4 Hybrid fob and my 2012 Prius Plug-in fob.

We still have one fob of each, as well as the codes from the dealer.

These days, who would you recommend in Toronto? Specifically, we are in Scarborough. We'd need one new fob for each car.

We would prefer to have the actual physical key as well if possible. Do these aftermarket guys actually cut keys as well? I'm talking about the physical key that is built into the fob.
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Same guy 1-855-265-8111
www.ensunlocks.com

There's a big RFD thread about him, search "Ene" cheap place for key cutting and programming
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St.Genis wrote:
Jul 11th, 2017 9:47 am
Used this guy to cut the key for my Camry.

https://www.yellowpages.ca/bus/Ontario/ ... 50936.html
111-3838 Midland Ave, Scarborough, ON M1V 5K5
9054472264
l69norm wrote:
Jul 11th, 2017 10:19 am
Same guy 1-855-265-8111
www.ensunlocks.com

There's a big RFD thread about him, search "Ene" cheap place for key cutting and programming
Sweet, thanks.

I will give him a call, and look for the thread.

EDIT:

Found the thread here: cheap-place-key-cutting-programming-1479700/
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If it's a simple fob that just locks/unlocks the car, then you can buy a pair of them off Amazon for under $20. Got a pair for my 08' ford focus 6 months ago and no problems at all.
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rssdale wrote:
Jul 11th, 2017 11:41 am
If it's a simple fob that just locks/unlocks the car, then you can buy a pair of them off Amazon for under $20. Got a pair for my 08' ford focus 6 months ago and no problems at all.
They're smart keys, and have built in physical emergency keys. The cars have push button start, with the key fobs still in your pocket. After RFD discount, Ene quoted $300 for the first car and $180 for the second.

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