2008 Mitsu Lancer keyless entry question?

Asked by Jun 05, 2016 at 08:03 AM about the Mitsubishi Lancer

Question type: General

purchased a 2008 Lancer (through CarGurus) and only received (1) keyless
entry key fob. I do not have key code. What are my options to purchase new
backup fob?

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First buy another OEM FOB.. Then find someone to help you program it. The Gov. requires you have your Security Cert..a tax fee for locksmith types. Homeland security, and all?... or have the MUT-3 scanner or interface 232-DB. Basic computer skill set and its easy..$200 is what people are typically charged for not knowing, hidden from public...KEY codes in the PCM

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