Nissan Key FOB Replacement
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Newton Nissan of Gallatin is your destination for key replacement. Should your key simply require a new battery or need to be replaced entirely, rely on the Nissan certified technicians and parts experts for all of your key replacement needs.
About Nissan Key Fobs And Smart Keys
In the past, your typical car key would feature nothing more than a simply key blade cut to fit the ignition and lock cylinders of the vehicle. Modern technology found on the latest Nissan vehicles has led to the widespread use of smart keys. Smart keys offer both additional security and added convenience for drivers. Simply having the key fob on your person and within range allows the doors of the vehicle to unlock. Pressing a button has replaced turning a key in the ignition when smart keys are used.
Smart keys use radio frequencies and sophisticated encryption technologies to provide added protection against theft. An internal battery is used to provide power to these keys. Through everyday use, eventually, the strength of these batteries will degrade and eventually require replacement. Trust the Nissan certified technicians and parts specialists to determine the condition of your key and if a replacement is necessary.
What Do I Need To Bring?
Keys are a security-related component, which means that you may be required to bring verification of ownership if you need a replacement key. Depending on the year and specific model of your Nissan, a replacement key may require re-programming to your vehicle.
How Long Does It Typically Take?
If your key needs is a new battery, the replacement process can take as little as 15 minutes. Should a replacement key need to be ordered, depending on the specific year and model a wait time of 2-3 days should be expected. Feel free to schedule an appointment at your convenience.
Both the remote and mechanical function of the key will need to be tested following replacement. In order to complete the process, the dealer will need access to your vehicle - either at the dealership or at the location of the vehicle.