What are Ilco keys made for?

These keys range from original equipment keys manufactured for the lock and automobile industry to aftermarket keys sold to security professionals, retail and service stores throughout North America. The Ilco brand is known for exceptional quality at competitive prices.

What are Ilco keys made for?

These keys range from original equipment keys manufactured for the lock and automobile industry to aftermarket keys sold to security professionals, retail and service stores throughout North America. The Ilco brand is known for exceptional quality at competitive prices.

Does ILCO make car keys?

The Ilco®, Ilco EZ® and Silca® branded lines of automotive keys range from solid metal keys, black plastic head keys and shell keys to Transponder and Transponder Compatible key blanks.

What is a transponder key blank?

These keys contain a transponder chip enclosed in the head that communicates with the vehicle’s immobilizer system. This line of keys contains a transponder chip enclosed in the plastic head that communicates with the vehicle’s immobilizer system.

What type of key is an Ilco?

For residential and commercial, the Ilco line contains both metal and plastic head keys. Plastic head keys are available in a variety of colors for quick identification. To satisfy the demands of the market, keys are manufactured either in brass or nickel silver material.

Who makes Blankkeys?

JMA
JMA produces more than 40,000 different references, over 2,000,000 key blanks per day. We have become the world leader in transponder technology, creating through research, development and design unique transponder keys and transponder cloning equipment.

How do I find my car key code?

Finding the key code

  1. In the documentation of the vehicle. Sometimes the key code is in the vehicle manual or on a label with the lock or key.
  2. On the key. It would be an engraved or hewn in code.
  3. On a metal plate in the glove department or elsewhere in the car.
  4. On the lock’s housing.

Can I start my car without a transponder chip?

Transponder chips are designed so they can’t be bypassed in any way, meaning you can’t start a car without the chip. An authorized dealership can read the required frequency from your vehicle, and create a replacement.

Will a car start without a transponder key?

Non-transponder keys can still be high security – as they are usually double cut on their top and lower half, making it almost impossible to start the ignition without them – even with criminal picking tools.

What does ILCO mean?

Acronym. Definition. ILCO. Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario.

Do key blanks work?

Since the manufacturer used a similar lock and key style, (as an example a master padlock key) we may have key blanks for the original manufacturers blank; which sometimes wiht modification the blank may work in the lock. However, there is no guarantee it will work unless we have the padlock in hand to test the key.

What is a transponder key for a car?

Chipped, or Transponder, keys are keys that have an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chip inside the head of the key. These types of keys have become an industry standard for vehicle manufacturers. This is because the RFID chip adds an extra layer of security to your vehicle’s ignition.