#Help I’ve lost my Mercedes car keys
Mercedes Replacement Car Keys
Have you lost your Mercedes car key?
As fully trained technicians we guarantee no damage to your vehicle and our specialist equipment allows us to work on site and handover your keys there and then, meaning you won’t have to return to your main car dealer and deal with long waits and high prices.
How to Programme a Mercedes Remote Car Key?
All work is done on site so we can come to you, at home, at work or even at the side of the road to get you back in your vehicle. AutoLocks have helped over 8,000 motorists to get back on the road and we’re happy to help you do the same.
I’ve lost my spare Mercedes car key
Our cost effective service doesn’t compromise on quality and all replacement keys will be programmed to work with your immboiliser so your new Mercedes key works exactly as your old one did.
We sell Mercedes Remote Car Keys
Mercedes key replacement doesn’t need to be a complicated and time consuming process, at AutoLocks we can be with you in as little as 30 minutes and supply you with a replacement key, either cut from a spare or by using your car lock.
We cover London and Kent
How we programme a Mercedes Remote Car Key
AutoLocks 24 hour call out service is available in the London, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Hertfordshire areas, we also offer appointments for those instances that are not an emergency.
- Mercedes A Class
- Mercedes C Class Wagon
- Mercedes CLC Class
- Mercedes CLS Class
- Mercedes SLK Class
- Mercedes SLS AMG
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1. Only use genuine keys
2. Existing keys will be deleted when keys are programmed. If the existing keys are still required they must be re-programmed at the same time
3. If the wrong pin code is entered, the tester will say the key is programmed, even though it is not, as the vehicle does not give any indication that the pin is correct or incorrect
4. Once a key is programmed into the vehicle the key can be duplicated