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I got a 2004 6s hatch V6, I want to get another key. The dealer wants $30.00 for the key, $20.00 to cut, and $150.00 to program it
Anyone figured out a way to program the keys for the older Mazda6's, other than taking it to the dealer?
6Tech has a posting of how to program the keys for the 2006 Mazda6's, but none for my year and older.

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I got a 2004 6s hatch V6, I want to get another key. The dealer wants $30.00 for the key, $20.00 to cut, and $150.00 to program it
Anyone figured out a way to program the keys for the older Mazda6's, other than taking it to the dealer?
6Tech has a posting of how to program the keys for the 2006 Mazda6's, but none for my year and older.

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That's ridiculous.The dealership i work for charges $30 for the key and it is cut,$49.95 to program it.You have to hook it up to the mazda ngs scanner to program unless someone has already unlocked the feature to program a 3rd key from 2 master keys.Go to a different dealer

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Same here. I called the dealer today and they gave me $40 for the key that's already cut and $50 to program it. Make sure you dont get ripped off man.

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Feels like someone wants to ass rape me!

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i think a little more then ass rape. That would be an under statement

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There's is a way to program the keys, but youd probably have to buy the key itself from the dealer (bcuz it has the chip in it)

and to program you will require (2) keys that have been previously programmed...( 2 Master Keys, 1 Valet )

Here are the instructions (credit to whoever found it bcuz i dont remember where)

1. Insert an already programmed key turn to the ON position (dont start car) observe the security light come on and then go off
2. Once the light goes off remove key and insert another programmed key (different from the first) again turn to ON position again observe the security light come on and then off Remove Key
3. Insert the new UNPROGRAMMED key and turn to the ON position and observe the same as above after which this 3rd key will be programmed, once the light goes off turn the key to start the engine. Engine Starts Programming Successful..

Try to do all of this fairly quickly within 10 seconds..

Thats should save you the $150..

PLease send $50 to P.O Box 123456 Thx You..

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Shane23, I'll go and get a key from a local dealership, and give your idea a try.
It's the same way that's posted on the 6tech site, but states it only works for 2006 models and up.
But like I said, I'll give it a try. Who knows, I might save myself from an ass raping.
BTW, I did find another dealer here on Oahu that will sell and cut me a key for $40.00, and program it if needed for $50.00
And this dealership is close to my house!

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There's is a way to program the keys, but youd probably have to buy the key itself from the dealer (bcuz it has the chip in it)

and to program you will require (2) keys that have been previously programmed...( 2 Master Keys, 1 Valet )

Here are the instructions (credit to whoever found it bcuz i dont remember where)

1. Insert an already programmed key turn to the ON position (dont start car) observe the security light come on and then go off
2. Once the light goes off remove key and insert another programmed key (different from the first) again turn to ON position again observe the security light come on and then off Remove Key
3. Insert the new UNPROGRAMMED key and turn to the ON position and observe the same as above after which this 3rd key will be programmed, once the light goes off turn the key to start the engine. Engine Starts Programming Successful..

Try to do all of this fairly quickly within 10 seconds..

Thats should save you the $150..

PLease send $50 to P.O Box 123456 Thx You.. [/b]

That procedure is correct to a point.You can program a key that way if the feature has been unlocked in the pcm.What i mean by this is,you have to request the dealership unlock that feature for it to work in 2005 and older models.I tried it before and had to plug my car in and play with it for about 15minutes to unlock the feature.

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That procedure is correct to a point.You can program a key that way if the feature has been unlocked in the pcm.What i mean by this is,you have to request the dealership unlock that feature for it to work in 2005 and older models.I tried it before and had to plug my car in and play with it for about 15minutes to unlock the feature.[/b]
So I guess I'm still gonna have to get the keys re-programed anyway.....
At least I found another dealership that doesn't wanna ass rape me.
As far as having the feature unlocked in the PCM, what does it effect, or do. Is it some kind of security feature? And if it really doesn't hurt anything in the car if it stays unlocked, would the dealer charge me for this service?

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they shouldn't.it is an option while they are in there programing the key.It is a security feature.(example,disgruntul rental car company gets a 3rd key cut and programs the key himself,quits/get fired and comes back and steals the car.)

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