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Do you need help installing a Hyundai high security key? Are you wondering who you can depend on to solve your queries?
The answer to that question is fairly simple – Queens Locksmith. Our veteran locksmiths will resolve all your Hyundai car-related doubts instantly and help you have a hassle-free ride in your car.
Having trouble understanding how the Hyundai chip key works?
Are you fretting about whom to call to fix your Hyundai car ignition?
Do you need expert advice on Hyundai car functions and its various features?
The best thing you can do in such situations is to contact your nearest Queens Locksmith branch for efficient solutions. A better understanding of the various automobile locksmith services will always be beneficial for the car owner. Some of these services include:
Repairing Hyundai ignition: Ignition woes are something every Hyundai car owner faces at some time or the other. Queens Locksmith technicians are experts in the field of Hyundai ignition repair and replacement. All your worries and doubts regarding a Hyundai ignition repair can be put to rest once you benefit from our services. Any damage to the car ignition is troublesome, and it is of utmost importance that the problem is solved in the most efficient manner possible. This is where the expertise of Queens Locksmith comes into play.
Installing a Hyundai ignition: Installing a new Hyundai ignition can be a daunting task for any car owner. There is, however, no reason to fret, as our experienced team of locksmiths is on call 24×7 to help you undertake Hyundai ignition install in a suitable and proficient manner.
Queens Locksmith proudly offers car key replacement services to Queens drivers. Our locksmiths provide key duplication services just like your dealership, but at a more affordable price.
Parts of the Key
They may look fairly simple, but today’s car keys are comprised of various parts that each have their own special job.
The bow is the part of the key that you hold on to when you’re operating it. It is usually shaped like a circle or a rectangle and is generally where your key fob buttons are located. Most bows on today’s car keys have a plastic cover, which houses a transponder chip.
The bitting, which may also be called the ridges or teeth of the key, are the cuts that move the lock’s internal mechanisms. Depending on the lock, the bitting may be on both sides of the key, and on newer cars, the bitting may be in a snake-type pattern on the sides of the key.
The key’s wards are what keep it from fitting in locks other than those on your vehicle. They don’t affect the internal components in any way, but they will keep your Ford key from fitting into a Chevrolet lock.
The tip of the key, which is at the opposite end of the bow, is what you line up with the keyway before inserting it. Today’s car keys can be inserted two different ways, meaning that you don’t have to worry about inserting the key upside down.
The key blade holds the bitting, the wards, and the tip. When the blade is fully inserted into your vehicle’s lock or ignition, the rotation of the key will unlock the vehicle or start it up.
Types of Car Keys
Wafer keys can be identified by their grooves on both the top and bottom of the blade. By themselves, wafer locks aren’t very secure and can be easily opened with jiggle keys, wave keys, or other similar tools. To improve their security, transponder chips often will be inserted into the bow. While this may not keep a thief from breaking into your vehicle, it will prevent them from starting it.
Slider keys, which are used in newer vehicles, are recognizable by the snake-like pattern on the blade. They are often hidden within the fob and are released when a button is pressed. Like wafer keys, they contain a chip that enables you to use it to turn the car on.
Key fobs are the electronic part of the key. Most key fobs have buttons to lock and unlock the vehicle as well as open the trunk or sound an alarm, and others have buttons that allow you to start your vehicle remotely.
Customers are advised to make a stopover at Queens Locksmith to make the most of our affordable and reputable Hyundai services.