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Hi all,
I am new here, own a 2020 Blazer and guess what, i just lost my keys.
I called the dealer and they told me to tow the car there and I should expect to pay around $500 for new set of keys..

Any ideas? sounds right to you guys?

Thanks a lot!
 

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That actually seems about right. I thought I had screwed up both my keys (while programming a third spare) and started looking into it. From what I read (this is from memory so I might be off) only the dealerships can program and cut a new key if you don't have any keys. If you have 2 keys, you can use the vehicle to program a key and a locksmith can cut it. I did this. If you have only 1 key, some locksmiths with the proper equipment can do the programming and cutting. But the equipment to program is extremely expensive so few mom & pop shops have them.
 

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Programming instructions from the owner’s manual (2020). FYI for anyone who may need it in the future. eBay does have some people selling fobs and key cutting services, but I can’t speak for quality since I haven’t bought any myself.

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Hi guys,
Just wanted to post an update as I found a very good website and information that saved me A LOT!!!! OF MONEY. (AND TIME)

So I guess the price shouldnt be that high, also, you can pretty much get the job done for about $350, and even less if you have the time and patience to do some things yourself.
Anyway, here is a GREAT WEB SITE that helped me a lot, highly recommended:

Hope you wont need it!
 

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Hi guys,
Just wanted to post an update as I found a very good website and information that saved me A LOT!!!! OF MONEY. (AND TIME)

So I guess the price shouldnt be that high, also, you can pretty much get the job done for about $350, and even less if you have the time and patience to do some things yourself.
Anyway, here is a GREAT WEB SITE that helped me a lot, highly recommended:

Hope you wont need it!
yeah, not a bad site this one - i remember it helped me get my head around a few things regarding keys and programming and such..
 
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