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10245951 Factory Oem Key Fob Keyless Entry Remote Alarm Clicker Replacement on

US $6.77

Omaha, Nebraska, US

Omaha, Nebraska, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:We have a 100% No Hassle Money Back Guarantee Policy! Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Factory, OEM Manufacturer Part Number:10245951 Interchange Part Number:ABO0204T Other Part Number:FCC ID: ABO0204T Surface Finish:Black


This is a working Factory OEM Keyless Entry Remote KEY FOB. 
This Key FOB fits many other vehicles, please see listing for list of compatible vehicles. 
  • Please also note you will need to program the remote to your vehicle.  This can be done by researching the internet "programming key fob" or taking to your local dealership.  Self programming is not difficult. 
  • Also note that most key fobs have some wear on them.  Also, if there is a metal key, it is cut and a new metal key will need to be cut. 
  • Some remotes may or may not require a new battery. 
  • We ship United State Postal Service First Class mail and have items shipped within 1 business day. Please email with questions. 100% Money Back Guarantee!
  • There is some leg work you need to do before you purchase.  Please read the following steps before you purchase!

Step 1: If you have a current remote, look on the back side of the remote for a part number and FCC ID number. If these numbers match what the remote you are purchasing then the remote will work with your vehicle. Some keyless entry remotes have these numbers on the inside of the remotes, so you will need to take the key fob apart. If you are unable to find the part number and FCC ID number then try giving your local dealership a call, ask for service, then ask them for your key fob part number. They will ask you for your vin # so have that handy. They should give them to you via fax, email, or have you pick them up.

Step 2: You will need to program your remote to your vehicle. The steps to program the key fob to your vehicle can be very simple, however some remotes will require a dealer or locksmith to program them to your vehicle. They will charge you for this, so be prepared to spend extra money for programming. You can find many vehicles programming instructions online at programyourremote. If you do not see your vehicle's key fob programming instructions there then give your local dealership a call, ask for service, then ask them for the key fob programming instructions for your vehicle. They will probably ask you for your vin number, so have that handy. Ask them if the key fobs are self programmable or do you have to have to have a machine to program it to your vehicle, this will let you know if you can program the key fob yourself or if you will have to pay the dealership or a locksmith to program the key fob to your vehicle.

Step 3: Please note that the keyless entry remotes we sell are used. We do our best to show you the condition of the remote, however they are used and could have some wear and tear on them. For example, some of the buttons might have wear or not show the picture of a lock or unlock; or there might be a small crack in the case. If there appears to be wear in the pictures, then there will be wear on the remote you receive. If the pictures do not show wear, then there will be very mininal wear on the remote you receive. Please note in some cases you will not receive the item in the picture. This happens because we have multiple quantities of the item. We do our best to make sure the item is as close as possible to the listing picture. The remotes are tested and are 100% working. We have a 100% money back guarantee, if for any reason you need to return the item we will issue you a full refund (less return shipping). Please also note that we do not guarantee the battery life of the remote. Some remotes will come with working batteries and some will come with non-working or no batteries at all. If there is a metal key on the remote, the metal key will already be cut and will need to be replaced. You are purchasing the remote portion of the key fob in this case.

Programming these fobs can be very simple.  I have found that has many instructions.  If you need help with programming just let us know and we can send you instructions.  We strive to keep our 100% POSITIVE FEEDBACK, so whatever we can do to help just let us know.

We have many other items including owner's manuals, car parts, and more!  Visit our store

Please also note, some of the remotes, especially newer model vehicles, do require you to still go to the dealership for programming.  If you have a newer model vehicle please consult your dealer for full programming instructions before you buy. 


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