concerning GM dealer code availability around here.
no more getting code information or code cut keys from
dealers will no longer have Trax available to them. they
will now have to go back using GM road-side for their code
many of the GM dealers around here have told me that GM has
come down on them pretty hard concerning the dealers cutting
code keys or giving code information. the dealers now have
to document a lot of information before giving any code info
or cutting any code key. GM told them that they will be
checking their records regularly. the ones that I have
talked to say they now have new policies in effect.
it doesn't matter if they are the registered owner or not.
they will not cut code keys for anyone that didn't purchase
their GM from them unless they are working on their GM in
this is good for security and this is also bad for the
the public around here will now have to contact GM road-side
or a locksmith to replace lost keys.
most will not be able to walk into a dealer, show proof of
ownership and be able to get keys cut.
I believe that locksmiths will be able to call GM roadside
(believe it will be handled through Cross Country motor
for GM code information as long as they have the registered
owner present with the proper required information that GM
road-side will require.
not really sure about this yet though.
any others have any information on this subject ?
- posted 15 years ago