Trouble opening car door on 2006 Camry with keyless key and also trouble using key to open door.

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Asked by Dec 20, 2012 at 06:05 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2006 Camry LE. Keyless key will not open door without several tries and real key will not
open door or start car without several tries. Dealer wants $800 to replace computer. Any
suggestions? Thank you.

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New question. My girl friend took the above car into a Las Vegas Toyota dealer and was charged $600 for a transponder and $200 for installation. I just looked up Camry Transponder on several web sites and the chip seems to cost $5 to $7. What could the Las Vegas Toyota dealer have done that costs her $800? I am afraid that "my answer" is that the Las Vegas Toyota dealer horribly cheater my girl friend. Hope I am wrong so I would like to hear possible reasons for her bill.

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I would stay away from dealers altogether unless your car is under warranty. Their hourly labor rates are insane.

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