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Key colour purple

Asked by Tony Walker

OUR 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe came with one key. I bought a spare from Hyundai and had it cut, but the Hyundai dealer could not program it because we did not have the Purple Key. If we lose this key, we are in big trouble. What can I do?

Answered by CarsGuide

18 May 2006 Graham Smith

IF POSSIBLE, find the original master key so you can program your new one. If you can't,, if you lose the key you'll have to buy a full set of new keys and locks, including the boot and ignition locks, and replace the immobiliser. This costs about $1000 plus fitting. Hyundai has dropped this system because of such problems.

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