Asked by Aug 20, 2012 at 12:06 AM about the 2007 Chevrolet Uplander 1LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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if i remember right 120? ...if it has a coded key. be sure to give the key id# make if you have them! it will cost less for a new key.

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25-50 depending on if they charge you to program it- if you have the original key, all you have to do to program it is put the original key in first, turn it 2 clicks forward until all the options come on but not far enough to start it- count to 5 and then quickly take that key out and put the new key in and put it 2 clicks forward and count to 5 with that one too(you must do it right away or you have to start over) - then turn it the rest of the way forward and it should start- if that doesn't work try again and count to 10 this time. I hope this helps.

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I lost my keys to my 2008 Chevy uplander and I don't have a spare how much will it be to get one

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