Aston Martin key

Ben Kemp

Asked by Ben Jan 09, 2013 at 12:38 PM

Question type: General

Why do Aston Martins have a keyhole on the door when they give you an ECU. Do they also give you a normal key as well.

3 Answers


You should get a key also in case the ECU goes bad


The key hole is to open the door if the battery is dead or the remote is not working.


They definitely are supposed to come with a key.

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