Mazda Key Replacement
Do you drive a Mazda? If you do, you should know that Mile High Locksmith is the best Mazda car locksmith in the Colorado Front Range. Based in Denver for nearly 20 years, we have an extensive service area encompassing almost the entire Front Range. And we know Mazda like the backs of our hands. For instance, did you know that Mazda is 100 years old? Yep, it began in Hiroshima, Japan in 1920 as a Cork company that designed a three-wheeled delivery truck for its Cork products. Mazda came to America in 1967 as the Toyo Kogyo company in 1967, and by 1973 they were the first car company to pass the stringent new US emission standards. By 2014 they had sold 10 million cars and trucks in America! And it’s not just that we “know our stuff” when it comes to Mazda. We also have the coveted of BBB members, we have over 2800 “5 Star” ratings from actual customers on Google, and we are a Subscriber Verified & Approved company with Home Advisors. And, if you are reading this, you are probably asking yourself, “Where can I find a Mazda car key replacement near me?” The answer is- You already have. We are a full service, fully mobile 24/7/365 car locksmith, and that includes all the holidays. Wherever you are in our expansive service area, we can reach you very quickly. So, if you need a Mazda car key replacement or duplicate car keys for a Mazda, we’re the car locksmith you should summon.
Mazda Key Replacement Price
If you’ve lost keys to a Mazda (or any other carmaker), we pledge that we at Mile High Locksmith will provide you the fairest and competitive Mazda key replacement cost. We want to help you in every way that we can, and we recognize that if you’re reading this right now, you’re probably having one of those “lost car keys no spare” emergencies. So, we’re going to provide you with plenty of data to get you an idea of precisely what your Mazda requires in a key ignition device. But let’s get a couple of other things out of the way first. A lot of customers ask themselves, “can I get a car key made without the original?” Short answer: Yes! Each of our mobile units carries all the tech gear and data access necessary to get you a new key without the original. And, of course, you also want to know how much to get a key made for your car. Here’s the first consideration of that issue. Car key devices have evolved over the years from Very simple Old Fashioned Metal keys, much like a house key, to programmed Transponder Keys, Fobs, Smart Keys, and even Proximity or “Prox” keys. In general terms, an Old Fashioned Key replacement will run you about $90 – $120.00. A chipped Transponder will run around $149 – $120.00. And when you get into the most modern Key Fob devices, Smart Keys and Prox keys like a remote start key fob you’re going to be seeing costs around $180 – $300.00 and sometimes more depending on the exact model. Right upfront, the best thing for you to do is just have us handle the whole thing for you. You can get a reliable quote on your car key device by contacting us at 720-248-8087, 1-800-351-0548, or online. That is your best bet. But, because we want to provide you the very best service and information IS service, we include the following list of specific key devices for specific Mazda models.
Key Blank Reference List
- 323– 1990 – 1996 there were two Old Fashioned keys for these models designated X201 and MZ19; 1997 – 2003 the 323 continued with Old Fashioned keys designated X249 or MZ31.
- 626– 1983 – 1987 these models also had two Old fashioned keys designated X131 or MZ13; 1988 – 1992 the Old Fashioned keys continued and were designated X178 or MZ16; 1993 – 1997 kept the Old Fashioned Keys designated either X222 or MZ27; 1998 – 2000 and the original 626 finished with Old Fashioned keys designated X249 or MZ31 Metal key.
- 626ES– 1983 – 1987 these cars had Old Fashioned keys designated X131 or MZ13; 1988 – 1992 Old Fashioned keys remained designated either X178 or MZ16; 1993 – 1997 the Old Fashioned keys remained designated either X222 or MZ27; 1998 – 2000 these still had the Old Fashioned key designated X249 or MZ31.
- 626es V6– 1998 – 1999 there was a Transponder Key designated MAZ24RT5 and a Smart Key designated OEM # GE4T-76-2GX; 2000 – 2002 just a Smart Key designated OEM # BJYV-76-2GX.
- 626LX V6– 1998 – 1999 these models had a Transponder Key designated MAZ24RT5 and a Smart Key designated OEM # GE4T-76-2GX; 2000 – 2002 these years had one Smart Key designated OEM # BJYV-76-2GX.
- 626 Luxury Package– the “Lux” had both a Transponder Key designated MAZ24RT5 and a Smart Key designated OEM # GE4T-76-2GX; 2000 – 2002 only a Smart Key for these cars designated OEM # BJYV-76-2GX.
- 929– 1988 – 1991 these models had two Old Fashioned Keys designated either X178 or MZ16; 1992 – 1995 these years also had Old Fashioned Keys designated X201 or MZ19.
- B Series– 1983 – 1993 two Old Fashioned Keys for these models designated X131 and MZ13; 1994 – 1997 the Old Fashioned Keys remained and were designate either X206 or MZ25; 1996 – 1997 this one model had the two Old Fashioned Keys in the previous entry but also a third Old Fashioned Key designated 1196FD/H75; 1998 – 1998 two Old Fashioned Keys designated X247 or MZ30; 1999 – 2000 these had four Transponder Keys designated EK3-H72, EK3LB-H72*, H72-GTK# or H72-PT; 2001 – 2009 four more Transponder keys on these models designated H92-PT, EK3-H84, EK3LB-H84*or H84-GTK#.
- B2500 Pick Up– 1999 – 1999 these will have Old Fashioned Keys designated either X247 or MZ30 Metal key.
- CX-3– 2016 – 2019 this model had one Smart Key designated OEM# KDY3-67-5DY.
- CX-5-2013 – 2014 this model had four Transponder Keys designated MAZ24R-PT, EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24* or MAZ24-GTK#.
- CX-5 With Prox– 2013 – 2018 this model has one specialized Smart Key designated OEM# KDY3-67-5DY.
- CX-7– 2007 – 2014 had one of four Transponder Keys designated either EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- CX-7 With Prox– 2007 – 2009 models had only one Smart Key designated OEM# TDY2-67-5RYA; 2010 – 2014 these models had two Smart Keys designated OEM# TEY1-67-EHY5 or TEY1-67-5RYA.
- CX-9– 2007 – 2016 this one had four Transponder Keys designated EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- CX-9 With Prox– 2007 – 2009 one Smart Key for these years designated OEM# KDY3-67-5DY; 2010 – 2015 two Smart Keys for these years designated OEM# TEY1-67-EHY5 or TEY1-67-5RYA; 2016 – 2018 and one Smart Key for these years designated OEM# KDY3-67-5DY.
- Mazda 2– 2011 – 2015 four possible Transponder Keys on these cars designated MAZ24R-PT, EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24* or MAZ24-GTK#.
- Mazda 3– 2004 – 2013 this model had four possible Transponder Keys designated either EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- Mazda 3 With Prox– 2010 – 2013 one Smart Key designated OEM# BBY2-67-5RY; 2014 – 2018 again, one Smart Key designated OEM# GJY9-67-5DY.
- Mazda 5– 2006 – 2015 four possible Transponder Keys on this model designated one of EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- Mazda 6– 2003 – 2013 once again, four possible Transponder Keys designated either EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- Mazda 6 With Prox– 2006 – 2008 one Smart Key for this period designated OEM# GPYA-67-5RYC; 2009 – 2013 one Smart Key designated OEM# GSYL-67-5RY; 2014 – 2018 again, only one Smart Key designated OEM# GJY9-67-5DY.
- Miata– 1991 – 1995 two Old Fashioned Keys, either X201 or MZ19; 1996 – 1997 two Old Fashioned Keys again, either X222 or MZ27; 1998 – 1999 again, two Old Fashioned Keys designated either X249 or MZ31; 2001 – 2005 models got a Smart Key designated OEM# BJYV-76-2GX or one of three Transponder Keys designated EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24* or MAZ24-GTK#.
- MX5 Miata– 1991 – 1995 these years had an Old Fashioned Key designated X201 or MZ19; 1996 – 1997 these years had one of two Old Fashioned Keys designated either X222 or MZ27; 1998 – 1999 still two Old Fashioned Keys designated X249 orMZ31; 2006 – 2013 Mazda went to the Transponder Key for these models, four of them, designated EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT; 2014 – 2016 two Transponder Keys for these models designated MAZ24-GTS/T80+ or EB3-J-MAZ24/GTHT80+.
- Millenia– 1995 – 2002 just one Transponder Key designated LXP90-P.
- MP3– 2002 – 2002 this model had one of two Old Fashioned Keys, either X249 or MZ31.
- MPV Van– 1983 – 1989 these models had an Old Fashioned Key, either X131 or MZ13; 1990 – 1995 these years also had the Old Fashioned Key, either X201 or MZ19; 1996 – 1997 still the Old Fashioned Key designated X222 or MZ27; 1998 – 1999 still an Old Fashioned Key, X249 or MZ31; 2000 – 2004 little tricky here, there were two Old Fashioned Keys designated X249 or MZ31 but there was also an available Transponder Key designated OEM # BJYV-76-2GX; 2005 – 2007 Mazda went to the Dealer Key Key Fob.
- MX3– 1992 – 1995 these all had an Old Fashioned Key, X201 or MZ19.
- Navajo– 1991 – 1994 four possible Old Fashioned Kays here, 1184FD, H54, X206 or MZ25.
- Protégé’– 1990 – 1996 an Old Fashioned Key in these years, either X201 or MZ19; 1997 – 2003 still two Old Fashioned Keys, X249 or MZ31.
- RX7– 1983 – 1987 all Old Fashioned Keys, for these years designated X131 or MZ13; 1988 – 1992 Old Fashioned Keys designated X178 and MZ16; 1993 – 1995, two Old Fashioned Keys designated X222 orMZ27.
- RX8– 2004 – 2011 this one had four possible Transponder Keys designated EK3-MAZ24, EK3LBMAZ24*, MAZ24-GTK# or MAZ24R-PT.
- Tribute– 2001 – 2004 for these years it had Transponder Keys designated EK3-H84, EK3LB-H84*, H84-GTK# or H86-PT; 2005 – 2011 and here the Transponder Keys were designated H92-PT, EK3-H84, EK3LB-H84* or H84-GTK#.
Car Locksmith Near Me
You can see from the above that we have a tremendous knowledge base when it comes to Mazda lost car key replacement. Still, we also want you to know that we have all of the above key devices in stock, and we have the skill and technical assets to perform entirely lost car key replacement, duplicate car keys, or any Mazda car locksmith need. We guarantee our work 100% and will even give you a free estimate on-site before we start the work. And don’t forget that we are mobile and on the job 24/7/365, all holidays included. So, when you’re trying to figure out where to get car keys made, it’s right there where you are! Wherever you are in our GIGANTIC Colorado Front Range service area, we can reach you quickly and bring your “lost car keys no spare” emergency to a safe, efficient and affordable conclusion.
Here’s what to do if you lose your car keys- contact Mile High Locksmith! The phone numbers and web addresses are just below on this page. And please be advised that the phones and website are monitored 24/7/365 by our own salaried and well-trained employees, we would never “Farm Out” our customer contact to some distant and disinterested “Rent an Operator” call center. NEVER! Whether you contact us via phone or website, we will have the tech assigned to your case on the phone to YOUR NUMBER, usually within 2 minutes. And then we’ll have that same tech at your location, generally within 20 to 45 minutes. No car locksmith in the Colorado Front Range will get to you more quickly than that. And to show you just how serious we are about assuring that that is always the case, let us tell you that since we have determined that fastest way for us to get our technician to your location is by having you use the website. And to encourage you to summon us that way, we automatically apply a 10% discount to all services “booked” online. We look at that as the US thanking YOU for helping the US serve YOU better! And, finally, we know all the insurance companies and have worked with them for years. Many will pay part of or all the costs of the services we have described. We will make sure that you have whatever documentation you need to receive the most significant possible assistance with the fee from your insurer.
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