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Fiat Ducato – spare key to open door only?
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userrobdav
Posted: 4 May 2021 12:42 PM
Subject: Fiat Ducato – spare key to open door only?
 
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Hi

The spare key you get with a recent Fiat Ducato appears to be a regular(ish) key.

However, does it have some ’smarts’, a chip or something to enable the engine to be started?

I’m after a spare key that can ONLY open the doors so I guess a decent locksmith?

Thanks

Rob
userbreakaleg
Posted: 4 May 2021 12:53 PM
Subject: RE: Fiat Ducato – spare key to open door only?
 


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I asked for a key recently without transponders and was told £20.00 with transponder but without would need to be ordered and cost around £10.00.
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userColinM50
Posted: 4 May 2021 2:36 PM
Subject: RE: Fiat Ducato – spare key to open door only?
 
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Timson's at one of your local supermarket will cut you one. I got two, one's screwed under the van somewhere you'd never find it if you didn't know it was there. Strangely, I lost the other one so if anybody finds a key anywhere, please let me have it back.
user23addy46
Posted: 4 May 2021 8:29 PM
Subject: RE: Fiat Ducato – spare key to open door only?
 
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Hi - re the 'spare key' thread - Yes a spare without the 'chip' is possible & very easy to achieve - Just go to a Locksmith (but from my experiences - not Timpsons Franchise set ups) ! I had one cut way back in 2009 at £5.00 - after we bought our 2009 E695 Bessacarr then found out how easy it was to get diesel on the Ignition 'Key Bunch' at refills (its the Swift fitted Fuel Cap Door that causes difficulty). I agree its also a great 'Hide Away' tip !!

Keep Safe

Dave Adams
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