how much does a 2002 buick century key will cost my mine has a chip in the key and i dont have a spare

Asked by Jan 27, 2014 at 12:43 PM about the 2002 Buick Century

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$60 - $100 at the dealer plus programming. Call a locksmith. It's cheaper.

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There is no need for programming, it's a $2 blank key.

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It does have a "chip key" or "VATS- Vehicle Anti-Theft System" key, but you don't have to reprogram the vehicle. Physically, the keys look the same, but the chips are of different values. Any dealership, or locksmith with a key reader can provide you with the correct number "VATS" key.

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And yes, the blanks go for about $2-$15, depending on the seller. So with that in mind, call around for the best price on the key and the service to read & cut it.

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