Here at Frontier Toyota, we know life happens. Whether your Toyota key fob just stops working or you know you’ve lost it for good and need a full Toyota key replacement, the Frontier Toyota service center is here to help. In the following guide, we’ll cover how to conduct a simple Toyota key fob battery replacement that you can do yourself, and cover how to get a new Toyota key fob replacement altogether. Read on below to get back on Valencia roads with a properly functioning key fob.
If your Toyota key fob is not working consistently or at all, it’s time for a new battery. It’s normal for a Toyota key fob battery replacement to be necessary about every three to four years. Swapping out the dead battery for a new one is easy:
If your fob continues to misfire or still fails to work, you may need a full Toyota key fob replacement.
If you simply need a Toyota key replacement — meaning just the physical, old school key — contact us today and we’ll cut you a new one in no time. Additionally, if the key fob case is busted but the battery is still operational, save money by ordering just the case from our Frontier Toyota parts department.
If you are certain you’ve misplaced your key fob for good, or your key still isn’t working after replacing the battery, it may be necessary for a full Toyota key fob replacement. This item typically costs between $200 and $350. Be sure to check for any current parts specials that could make your complete Toyota key replacement more affordable.
We want to keep your Toyota and its accessories operating properly from Lancaster to San Fernando Valley and beyond. If you need a new Toyota key fob, contact us today. Should you be due for any other maintenance like an oil change or tire rotation, schedule an appointment online now!
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