Key fob reprogramming for a Citroen C3

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Hello, I just want to thanks to @Arfur Dent for the reprogramming of the key fob instructions because it works! thanks! :mrgreen:
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seltix wrote: Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:14 pm Hello, I just want to thanks to @Arfur Dent for the reprogramming of the key fob instructions because it works! thanks! :mrgreen:
You are welcome, thanks :D
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Hi,
I realise the answer may be in the thread somewhere but I am finding it slightly confusing. I have a 2012 C3 and I bought the car with one car key with no remote fobs. Can I just buy a fob online and re program or do I have to take to a dealer to do? Thanks.
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rookey123 wrote: Thu May 09, 2019 8:49 pm Hi,
I realise the answer may be in the thread somewhere but I am finding it slightly confusing. I have a 2012 C3 and I bought the car with one car key with no remote fobs. Can I just buy a fob online and re program or do I have to take to a dealer to do? Thanks.
Hi rookey123

If you wanted a car with remote locking, you may find it cheaper to trade yours in for the right one, but anyway.... you need to go to the dealer with your wallet.

It is possible to program these yourself, but you need some dealer-type equipment and the blank, unused original fobs and plenty of time to follow instructions on how to do it.
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