Being a 2006 you are looking at buying the parts to replace the damaged ones as well as new keys. The aftermarket bypass systems usually cause far more problems than they claim to solve especially on this type of system. Then add on a remote start as well and you are getting deep into the barrel of worms.
The good news is that it isn't that bad.
Step one will be to get a new SKREEM module and lock cylinder, that is the part with the antenna that circles the switch. Now visit a locksmith or have one come to you, with your title and registration and drivers license. With those they can contact the factory and get the proper key codes to cut the new keys. Then the replacement cylinder can be pinned to match the lost keys. That way you don't need to replace the rest of the locks. Those parts get installed and they can program the replacement SKREEM module and the keys into the system. I would call a few places as well as the dealers and see who has the better deal. Remember that the smiths will usually charge more to come to you but that with the dealer you are looking at tow bills.
Unfortunately there are no shortcuts or ways you can program the keys yourself. As for the lost keys, as the new keys are programmed in the old ones can be erased so that even if they do turn up they will not work.
Sunday, March 21st, 2021 AT 10:31 AM