Can I program my own Mercedes key?

Can I program my own Mercedes key?

Once a key has been “flashed” or programmed to one car you can’t reprogram the key. Mercedes keys pair “for life”, so once you stick a key in the ignition and it works, it’s never going to work in another car.

How do you sync a Mercedes key?

Quickly remove key from ignition and within 10 seconds hold down the lock button. Continue holding the lock button, and at the same time press, the unlock button five times. Next release all buttons and press the gate/trunk button one time. Your Mercedes remote should be synchronized.

Can I program a key myself?

The keys also have to be blank. You can’t, for example, take a remote for your old car and program it to your new car even if they are the same make and model. With newer cars, most likely you will not be able to program a new key yourself. You will have to visit a dealer or locksmith.

How much does it cost to program Mercedes key?

Head over to the dealer. Show them your documents and pay the $200 to $300 for your new key. In some cases, new keys may cost up to $560, as reported by Mercedes-Benz owners. Wait 3 to 4 days for the key to be shipped to your dealership.

How do you program a new Mercedes smart key?

Press the lock button on your remote five times consecutively, while the unlock button is still held, at one or two second intervals. Release the two buttons and wait five seconds after pressing the lock button for the fifth time. Press either the lock or unlock button once to finish the programming sequence.

How much does it cost to reprogram Mercedes key?

How much does a spare Mercedes key cost?

Typically a Mercedes key replacement will cost between $225 and $389 depending on the exact model and year your Mercedes was manufactured. Since an automotive locksmith’s focus is car key replacement, they keep a large stock of key blanks so you do not have to wait for any parts to arrive.