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Can I take used key fob and reprogram it?

Yes, you can take a used key fob and reprogram it for your car. You will need to have the key fob programmed by a professional, but it is possible. The key fob reprogramming process will vary depending on the make and model of your car. Once the key fob is programmed, it should be able to control all the functions of your car that the original key fob did.

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