Buick Key Replacement
Hello from Mile high Locksmith Colorado Buick owners! We are your fully mobile 24/7/365 car locksmith for all your automotive locksmithing needs. If you’ve lost keys to Buick (or almost any other car make) we can supply you car key replacement at the most competitive Buick key replacement cost or make you duplicate car keys. And with our 24/7/365 mobile service, including all holidays, the answer to the question “Is there Buick key replacement near me?” is a resounding “YES”- any time of any day anywhere in the Colorado Front Range. Mile High Locksmith has been serving this area for nearly 20 years and we have over 2500 “5 Star” ratings from real customers on Google, and we are a Subscriber Verified & Approved company with Home Advisors. We believe all of that speaks for itself when it comes to how trustworthy and expert we are. When it comes to lost car key replacement or broken car key replacement for a Buick we at Mile High are the “Go To” company. We service Buick models from 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 , 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Quite a stretch, but then, Buick’s been around a long time!
Now, there are a couple of technical things that we want to mention here about Buick car key replacement. First, not all Buick models were produced in each of the model years shown above. So, what we’ll do next is give you a comprehensive list of Buick models and model years that we can help you with in a lost car keys no spare situation. And, second, there have been technological changes over the years that we want to make you aware of. Let’s tackle that one first, before we run down the model list. In times gone by car keys were pretty simple and straight forward devices that could sometimes even be “Cut” at a hardware store. But with the passage of time security concerns have driven technological advances and, though at Mile High Locksmith we can still usually make all of the old-style keys, since around 1996 car keys have become transponder or even “keyless” fobs that require locksmith key programming for replacement because each key device must be coded to “talk to” one, and only one, vehicle.
Buick Key Blank Reference List
And here’s how that looks for the Buick that you probably own:
Century- 1991- 2005; from ’91 to ’96 there was an old-fashioned key designated P1098E or B44. From ’96 to ’05 Buick shifted to the GM VAT KEY device.
Enclave- 2007- 2017; All Enclaves have a transponder designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT.
LaCrosse (Allure Canada)- 2005- Present; From ‘05 – ‘09 LaCrosse had a transponder key designated PT04-PT or PT04-PT5. From ‘10- ‘16, also a transponder, designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU-100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT. In ‘17 the Smart Key designated OEM# 13508414 was introduced.
LeSabre- 1992 – 2005; From ‘92- ‘99 the LeSabre had a VATS SYSTEM KEY. And from ‘00 – ‘05 it had a transponder designated B99-PT or B99- PT5.
Lucerne (CX, CXL, V6, V8, CXS)- 2006-2011; All models had a transponder key designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT.
Park Avenue- 1991- 2006; From ‘91- ‘96 the Park Avenue had a VATS SYSTEM KEY. Then, from ‘97 – ‘05 there was a transponder designated B97-PT or B97-PT5.
Rainier- 2004- 2007; each will have a transponder designated B99-PT or B99-PT5.
Reatta- 1990-1992; each Reatta had a VATS SYSTEM KEY.
Regal- 1988-2004; From ’88 – ‘93 Regals had the old-fashioned key designated P1098WE or B78. Thereafter it had a VATS SYSTEM KEY.
Rendezvous (and “Ultra”)- 2002-2007; These will all have a transponder key designated B99-PT or B99-PT5.
Riviera- 1990- 1999; All Rivieras have the VATS KEY SYSTEM.
Roadmaster- 1991-1996; From ‘91 – ‘93 it had the old-fashioned metal key designated P1098E or B44. From ‘94 – ’96 it had a VATS SYSTEM KEY.
Skylark- 1992- 1994; The ‘92 had an old-fashioned key designated P1099 or B68, ‘93 had an old-fashioned key designated P1101 or B84 and the ‘94 had an old-fashioned key designated P1106 or B86.
Terraza- 2005-2008; Buick did some fancy footwork with the Tarraza keys devices early on. From January to March of ‘05 they had a transponder designated either PT04-PT or PT04-PT5. But from April ‘05 through ‘06 they had a transponder designated B97PT or B97-PT5. BUT THEN- they went back to the first keys from ‘05, PT04-PT and PT04-PT5! Go figure.
Verano- 2012- 2017; Each Verano has a transponder designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, or HU100-GTK#.
Encore- 2014- Present; These will have transponders designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LB-HU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT.
Cascadia- 2016- Present; Each Cascadia may have either a transponder or a Smart Key. The transponder will be designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, or HU100-GTK. The Smart Key will be designated either OEM# 13599912 or 13599913.
Envision- 2017- Present; The Envision has a smart key designated OEM# 13584500.
Buick Key Replacement Price
Of course, you want to know how much to get a key made for your car which is why we wanted to make the distinction between old-fashioned keys, transponders and fobs. This is what dictates your individual Buick key replacement cost. What we’ve been calling an “Old-Fashioned” key will usually run you $90-$120.00 and we’ll usually have all the key blanks required and can get the “Cut” pattern from your VIN number. For a transponder, which might look somewhat old-fashioned to you but still needs to be coded to your car, you’ll pay around $149.00-$180.00. And for a fob, which are the ones with 3 electronic buttons and are the most advanced and expensive, you can expect to pay $180.00-$300.00, and one of these might cost even more. But Mile high Locksmith will get you best price possible and if you’ll give us a call at (720) 248-8087, we’ll get you an exact quote very quickly. At times like this many customers worry and wonder can I get a car key made without original? Yes- you can. Our mobile units carry all the hardware, technology and have all the data access onboard that you will need for your car key replacement. Whether your key is lost or damaged Mile High Locksmith can get you rolling again. So, here’s what to do if you lose your car keys. Be sure that you make your first contact with us. Most insurance companies will pay a part of the cost for car key replacement but some will even pay the entire bill and Mile High Locksmith will make sure that you have the documents after we have performed our service that will get you the largest part possible of your bill paid by insurance. We have worked for years with all the major insurers and they know us. They may even keep the logistics between us and them or they may wish you to pay our fee “out of pocket” and then file a claim later for reimbursement. Whatever works for you and your insurer works for us.
Car Locksmith Near Me
With Mile high Locksmith, where to get car keys made is ANYWHERE in our Colorado Front Range service area. With our 24/7/365 (all holidays included) mobile business model we’ll get to you on any day, anytime, anywhere in our service area. All you or your insurer need to do is contact us at (720) 248-8087 or on-line. Both phones and internet are ALWAYS MONITORED by our own carefully trained staff. And once we’ve been summoned, we will have the technician assigned to your case on the phone with you usually within 2 minutes and then we will usually have that tech onsite with you within 20 to 45 minutes. No automotive locksmith serving the Front Range is more responsive than Mile High Locksmith. To illustrate this, let us mention that our research demonstrates that the fastest way for us to get our tech TO YOU is by having you send for us at our website. So, we automatically apply a 10% discount to all services booked that way. The way we look at it, that helps us serve you better. We have shops in Denver, Greeley, Ft. Collins and Dacono but we can get to you rapidly anywhere is our service area. And our professional staff are waiting for your call or online contact RIGHT NOW.
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