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Chevrolet Key Replacement

Chevrolet Key Replacement

General Motors is the largest automobile company in the United States and Chevrolet is their “Flagship” brand. So, owners of Chevrolet cars in Colorado need and deserve a world class car locksmith for car key replacement and duplicate car keys. Chevy owners of Colorado, you have just that in Mile High Locksmith. We are an expert 24/7/365, including all holidays, mobile car locksmith that has been serving the Colorado Front Range for nearly 20 years and day or night we will come to you wherever you are in our service area. So, when you need to know whether there “is a Chevy key replacement near me”- Mile High Locksmith always answers, “Yes, there is!” Mile High Locksmith has over 2500 “5 Star” reviews from real customers on Google and is a Subscriber Verified & Approved company with Home Advisors. So, you know that you can trust us and have complete confidence in our work, and that we’ll deliver you an excellent Chevy key replacement cost. If you’ve lost keys to Chevy and need lost car key replacement we are the outfit that is the very best to summon. Bar none. We can supply car key replacement or duplicate car keys for Chevy’s made for more than a half a century! For select models from 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!

Now that’s comprehensive expertise! But with that length of time you’ll have surmised that there have been some technological changes over the years that will affect your Chevrolet key replacement cost, so let’s discuss that. Generally, on models before 1996 the keys are straight forward shaft and channel devices very similar to standard house door locks. Shaft enters the channel, tumblers trip, ignition turns over. But from ’96 on security concerns have required some changes. First came the transponder key, which still looks like a key, and then the “Keyless” ignition and entry “Fob” which is recognized by its 3 electronic buttons followed by Smart Keys and “Prox” keys. Each of these must be coded to one and only one vehicle and so car key replacement for them requires locksmith key programming.  The following is what you can expect and what we can replace on more recent or modern Chevrolet models.

Key Blank Reference List

Astro Van– 1965-2005; The Astro Van always had the old-fashioned metal key. From ‘96 -’98 the key was designated P1107 or B89. And from ‘99 -’05 the old-fashioned keys were designated P1113 or B102

Avalanche– 2012-2013; The ‘01 -’06 Avalanche has an old-fashioned metal key designated P1113 or B102. From ‘07 -’13 it has a transponder key designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK#, or B111-PT. 

Aveo & Aveo 5– 2004-2010; All versions have the transponder key designated DW04RAP

Beretta– 1987-1996; Beretta always had the old-fashioned metal key. From ‘87 -’90 it was designated P1098CV or B63, and from ‘91 -’96 it was designated P1098EV or B77.

Blazer– 1991- 2002; The ’91 -’94 Blazer had the old-fashioned metal key designated P1098E or B44, and the ‘95 -’98 had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1107 or B89. The ‘99 -’06 Blazers still had the old-fashioned keys but these were designated P1113 or B102.

Camaro– 1989-2016 and a return run from 2010 -2016; The ’89 – ’02 models have VATS SYSTEM KEYS designated B62-P-1 THRU 15. From ‘10 -’16 Camaro had transponder keys designated B119-PT, EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, or HU100-GTK#.

Caprice– 1989 -2005; The ‘89 -’90 models had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1098C or B50 and the ‘91s -’94s had one designated P1098E or B44. For ‘95 -’96 it had a VATS SYSTEM KEY designated B62-P-1 Thru 15. Interestingly, for ‘00 -’05 Caprice returned to the old-fashioned metal key which was designated P1111 or B91

Captiva Sport– 2012-2015; The Captiva always had a transponder key that was designated EK3P-B114R, EK3LB-114R*, B114R-GTK# or B114R-PT. 

Cavalier– 1982-2005; The Cavaliers always had the old-fashioned metal key and for ‘91 -’92 it was designated P1099 or B68. From ‘93 -’94 it was designated P1101 or B84. For the final stretch of years, ‘00 -’05, the old-fashioned key was designated P1107 or B89.

Cobalt– 2005-2010; For ‘05 the Cobalt had a transponder key designated B106-P. Then from ‘06 -’10 the transponders were designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT.

Colorado (Crew, Extended, Regular Cab)– 2004-Present; From ‘04 – ‘12 the transponder key was designated P1114 or B110. And from ‘15 – Present the transponder keys have been designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT.

Corsica With Tilt Steering Wheel– 1987-1996; From ‘87 -’90 this Corsica had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1098E or B44. And from ‘91 -’96 it also had the old-fashioned key but that was designated P1098EV or B77.

Corsica Without Tilt Steering Wheel– 1991 – 1996; Only one old-fashioned metal key on this one and it was designated either P1098P or B44.

Corvette– 1986- 2010; The Chevy Top Dog! We begin with 1986 here to keep things current. Models from ’86 -’96 had the VATS SYSTEM KEY designated B62-P-1 THRU 15 and ‘97 – ‘04 had the VATS SYSTEM KEY designated VATS SYSTEM KEY B104-P-2. Then from ‘05 – ‘10 there was a DEALER FOB designated B106-P.

Cruze (Without Prox Key)– 2011-2015; The Cruze without the Prox had a transponder key from ‘11 – ‘16 designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LB-HU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT. For ‘17 -’19 it has a Smart Key designated OEM# 1358405

Cruze (With Prox Key)– 2011 – 2019; For ‘11 -‘15 this version had a Smart Key designated OEM# 13500318 or 13500319. From ‘16 -’19 the Smart Key is designated OEM# 13584504.

Epica– 2004-2007; The Epica only had one key, a transponder designated DW05T5.

Equinox– 2005-Present; The ‘05 -’06 versions had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1113 or B102. Then for ‘07 -’09 the transponder came onboard and was designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, or B111-GTK#

Express– 1997-Present; In ’97 -’98 Express had old-fashioned key designated P1107 or B89 and from ‘99 -’07 it retained the old-fashioned metal key designated P1113 or B102. For ‘08 -’14 there were transponders designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, and B111-GTK#. From ‘15 -’19 the transponder keys have been designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LB-HU100*, HU100-GTK or B120-PT. 

HHR– 2006-2011; HHR had only one series of transponder keys from ‘06 -’11 and these were designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK#, or B111-PT.

Impala– 1989-2019; Another Chevy Big Dog! Since it’s such a long-running model we’ll start with 1989 to keep things current. From ‘89 -’90 there was an old-fashioned metal key designated P1098C or B50 and from ‘91 -’94 there was also an old-fashioned key designated P1098E or B44. From ‘95 -’96 Impala had the VATS SYSTEM KEY designated B62-P-1 THRU 15. For ‘05, interestingly, Chevy went back to the old-fashioned metal key for Impala and designated that P1111 or B91. Then for ‘06 -‘13 there were transponder keys designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# and B111-PT. Finally, from ‘14 -’19 there have been transponder keys that which have been designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LB-HU100*, HU100-GTK# or B1119-PT.

Impala (With Prox Key)– 2006 – 2019; All these Impalas had transponder keys. From ‘06 -’13 the transponders were designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. For years ‘14 – ‘19 the transponders were designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LB-HU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT.

Kodiak– 1991-2005; From ‘91 -’02 there were old-fashioned metal keys designated P1098E or B44 and from ‘03 -’05 there were old-fashioned metal keys designated P1113 or B102.

Lumina– 1990-2001; For the year 1990 there were old-fashioned metal keys designated P1098WC or B64. For ‘91 -’94 old-fashioned metal keys remained and were designate P1098E or B44. From ‘95 -’01 a VATS SYETM KEY was in place and was designated B62-P-1 THRU 15.

Lumina APV– 1990 – 1995; The APV always had an old-fashioned metal key which for ‘90 was designated P1098C or B50. For ‘91 -’95 the old-fashioned key was designated P1098E or B44.

Malibu– 1997-2016; There’s another classic! But again, for our purposes, we will keep to the more recent models. From ‘97 -’04 there was an old-fashioned metal key designated P1111 or B91. For ‘05 – ‘2013 there were transponder keys designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# and B111-PT. Then, from ‘14 -’16 there was one transponder key designated B119-PT.

Malibu Max– 1997-2013; ’97 -’04 the Max had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1111 or B91. From ‘04 -’13 the Max had transponders designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. 

Metro– 1989-2001; The Metro had only old-fashioned metal keys. From ‘89 -’97 these were designated X184 or B65. Then, from ‘98 -’01 its old-fashioned metal key was designated P1111 or B91

Monte Carlo– 1983-2007; From ’83-’86 the Monte had an find old-fashioned metal key designated P1098A or B48. From ‘87 -’90 it still had an old-fashioned key designated P1098C or B50. From ‘95 -’99 the VATS SYSTEM KEY was in place and was designated B62-P-1 THRU 15. The VATS system went by the wayside in ‘00 and from then until ‘05 the old-fashioned metal key returned, designated P1111 or B91. For ‘06 -’07 there was a transponder key designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. 

Nova– 1986-1988; Nova had an old-fashioned metal key designated either X145 or B55

Prizm– 1989-2002; From ’89-92 the Prizm had an old-fashioned metal key designated X193 or B72. For ‘93 -’97 its old-fashioned key was designated X225 or B80 and for ‘98 -’02 -’ the old-fashioned key was designated X145 or B55.

Silverado– 1991-2004; From ‘91 -’94 the classic Silverado had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1098E or B44. From ‘94 -’98 the old-fashioned key was designated P1107 or B89. For ‘99 the old key type remained but these were designated P1113 or B102. Then from ‘00 -’05 the previous two metal key designations remained but the designations P1107 and B89 were added. Two more old-fashioned keys were also added for ‘04 -’5, being designated as P1114 and B110

Silverado Crew, Extended Cab, Hybrid & SSR– 2007 – 2019; From ‘07 -’13 these models had transponder keys designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. Then, from ‘14 -’19 they had transponder keys designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT.

Silverado Classic SS– 2007 – 2014; For the entire run of this Silverado it had a transponder key either designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB- B111*, B111-Gtk#, or B111-PT.

Silverado 1500 HD, SS, 2500 HD, 3500– 2004 – 2007; These rugged trucks had only one old-fashioned metal key designated either P1114 or B110.  

Sonic– 2012- 2017; All models had transponder keys designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT.

Spark– 2013 -2015; All versions have a transponder designated EK3P-B114R, EK3LBB114R*, B114R-GTK# or DWO4CT6.

Spectrum– 1985-1989, The Spectrum had only one old-fashioned metal key designated either X143 or B53.

Sprint– 1984-1988; Each one had an old-fashioned metal key designated X54 or DC1

Suburban– 1995 -2019; The Suburban has been around a lot longer than what we are showing here but, once again, we’re trying to keep our data current and useful. So, from ‘95 -’98 it had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1107 or B89. From ‘99 -’06 it had an old-fashioned key designated P1113 or B102. In 2014 the transponder key arrived and was designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT.

Suburban with Prox Key– 2015 – 2019; There was one version of these with the Prox and that key device was designated OEM# 13580802

Tahoe– 2000 – 2019; From ‘02 -’6 the Tahoe had old-fashioned metal key designated B1107 or B89. From ‘07 -’14 it had a transponder designated EK#P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. Then from ‘15 -’19 the transponder was designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100*, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT. 

Tahoe with Prox Of course, there was a run of Tahoe’s with a Prox key and that Prox key was designated OEM# 13580802

Tracker– 1989-2004; Tracker had an old-fashioned metal key for its entire production run which was designated either X180 or B69.

Trailblazer– 2002-2009; Chevy went with the old-fashioned metal key for the entire run of the Trailblazer and that key was designated either P1113 or B102.

Traverse– 2009-Present; The Traverse had a transponder key from ‘09 -’17 that was designated EK3P-B111, EK3LB-B111*, B111-GTK# or B111-PT. Then for ‘18 and ‘19 it has a Smart Key designated OEM# 13519177, 1358575 8 or 13519188

Trax (Canada)– 2013 – 2017; Trax had a transponder key for its whole production run which was designated EK3P-HU100, EK3LBHU100, HU100-GTK# or B119-PT. 

Uplander– 2005-2008; The Uplander always had a transponder. Little different here though; for January through March of ‘05 the transponder was designated PT04-PT or PT04-PT5. Then for the rest of the model run the transponders were designated B97-PT or B97-PT5. 

Venture Van– 1997-2005; For ‘97 -’98 the Venture had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1107 or B89. In ‘99 and for the rest of the model run it went to transponder keys that were designated B97-PT or B97-PT5.

Vivant– 2004-2007; The Vivant only had a transponder key that was designated DW05RT5.

Volt– 2011- 2019; From ‘11 -’15 the Volt could have either a transponder or a Smart Key. The transponder was designated EK3P-HU100EK3LBHU100* or HU100-GTK#. And the Smart Key was designated OEM# 20951857. From ‘16 -’19 it went to the Smart Key exclusively which was designated OEM# 13585722 or 13585728

Now that’s A LOT of models and A LOT of coverage!

Chevrolet Key Replacement Price

Now you need to know can I get a car key made without original? And how much to get a key made for your car? The answer to the former is “YES”, our mobile units carry everything required to make almost any key without an original. So, if you’ve lost car keys no spare- No Problem. The latter is more specific. For an old-fashioned key you’ll usually pay around $90-$120.00. For a transponder, which requires programming, you’ll pay around $140-180.00. And for a fob around $180-$300.00. But it may be more. You can get an exact quote by calling us at (720) 248-8087 or hitting us online. Here’s what to do if you lose your car keys- Be sure that your FIRST CONTACT is with Mile High Locksmith. We’ve been working with all the major insurance companies for years and we know what documents they need to get you the greatest payment assistance for your car key replacement.

Car Locksmith Near Me

Alright now, where to get car keys made? ANYWHERE in our extensive service area! Remember, we’re 24/7/365 and fully mobile including all holidays. And our phones and website are also monitored 24/7/365 by our own carefully trained employees- no far away call centers for us! Either way you contact us we will usually have the tech assigned to your case on the phone with you within 2 minutes and we’ll have that tech at your location usually within 20 to 45 minutes! No car locksmith serving the Front Range is more dedicated to getting onsite with you more quickly. To illustrate this, let us mention that because we’ve determined that the quickest way to get a tech TO YOU is by having you summon us online, so, we automatically apply a 10% discount for all online bookings. No kidding! Because it helps us help you. We have shops in Denver, Greeley, Ft. Collins, and Dacono and can get to you quickly anywhere in our service area. We’re standing by for your summons RIGHT NOW.

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