Transponder Keys - have a chip inside the handle of the key, which also often features remote control buttons for locks & trunk access. "Remote keys" and "switchblade keys" are two types of transponder keys.
Smart Keys/ FOBIK Keys - an all-in-one car remote & key, usually standard with push-button start & "keyless entry" cars
VATS Keys - for older model GM vehicles have been called "chip keys" because of the resistor on the key blade. The resistor looks like a "chip," but in fact is not a computer chip at all.
Yeah all cars have chips, mostly lays, pringles, doritos, and some times toritos with salsa if you're really lucky. My car came with barbaque lays I was very happy that day.
Cars started using ignitions keys with chips in the mid 90's. From 1995 and after many vehicles were made with ignitions that required chips in the key to operate.
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You have to take the key to the company you bought the car from. The keys have special chips in them unique to each car. You'll have to go to the dealer to get it replicated.
If the key is gray, then yes.
i have a 85 z turbo and it dose not have a chip just had 2 keys made
Losing the car keys is inconvenient, but it does not have to be that big of a hassle.
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