Get New Keys Today! (323) 538-3170Mitsubishi LogoIf you have lost your Mitsubishi Car keys, it is very important to urgently look for replacement. When that happens, you don’t need to panic as perfect replacements are available in the market. Mitsubishi has a long history of offering amazing machines to the market. With the global company competing with equally fitting players, its innovations has seen helped maintain quality all along. Everything produced is always created with extra features to meet global demand. When seeking for replacement, it is important to know the available types of Mitsubishi car keys to ensure that you get a suitable piece.

Mitsubishi remote key

Mitsubishi KeyThis is a modern type of a car created by the company for easier and more effective control. It comes with a variety of features that make it easier for owners to perform various functions. There are two types of remotes for Mitsubishi cars. If your vehicle was produced between 1993 and 2005, then its key will come separately from the remote. If you have lost this type of a remote, then ordering online from authorized dealers is viable. Additionally, you can just buy directly from Mitsubishi as it goes for around $180.

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On the other part, Mitsubishi vehicles manufactured between 2006 and 2012 feature a remote key fob that is offered as a single unit. The key head actually is the remote. You can find such keys online for just $120. However, this does not include programming charges as it will be needed to be compatible with your car specifics.

Transponder or chip Key

A Mitsubishi transponder key features an electronic chip that is fitted in the key head to have a wireless connection with vehicle controls. The controls are perfectly embedded with anti-theft features thus making it impossible to start the car. One may open it, but the care technology is such that the engine won’t start. Mitsubishi cars with that use such a key were manufactured between 2000 and 2012.

If you have lost it, then getting one that will be programmed to the vehicle immobilizer is important. If you are worried that maybe someone has stolen it, then getting in touch with experts who will erase all the information and block that key from being used on your car is necessary. The experts will the reprogram it to suit the new car controls. The process will be simple and cheaper if you’re sure of the manner which you lost the key. For instance, if you dropped it in some well or deep ditch. Then it won’t need the log process of erasing information.

Traditional metal key

Finally, this is the widely known among the types of Mitsubishi car keys. It basically features a metal cut to conform to the lock system of the vehicle. You will find most models that were manufactured in the 90s and before using this type. If you have lost or misplaced it, simply call LA Car Key Pros and we will get you a copy. It is easier to make their copies the traditional way ad it won’t cost much. Don’t panic and stress yourself on losing your car keys when there are lots of solutions out here.

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Mitsubishi Sedan Models
  • Mitsubishi ASX Model
    • GLS 4×2 CV/T
    • GSR 4×2 CV/T
  • Mitsubishi Aspire (8th Generation of Galant Model)
  • Mitsubishi Carisma (1995–2004)
  • Mitsubishi Debonair (1964–1998)
  • Mitsubishi Diamante also known as Magna, Sigma, V3000, Verada (1990–2005)
  • Mitsubishi Dignity (1999–2001)
  • Mitsubishi Emeraude (7th Generation of Galant Model)
  • Mitsubishi Eterna Sava (Pillarless Sedan Model)
  • Mitsubishi Eterna Sigma (1983–1989)
  • Mitsubishi Eterna (5th Generation of Galant Model)
  • Mitsubishi Galant
  • Mitsubishi Galant Sigma (1969–2012)
  • Mitsubishi Galant Sports (1994–1996)
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia (2000–2007)
  • Mitsubishi Lancer (1973–present)
    • EX GLX M/T
    • EX GLX A/T
    • EX MX A/T
    • EX GT-A 2.0 CV/T
  • Mitsubishi Mirage
    • 1.2 GLX M/T
    • 1.2 GLX CV/T
    • 1.2 GLS M/T
    • 1.2 GLS Special Edition M/T
    • 1.2 GLS CV/T
  • Mitsubishi Mirage G4
    • G4 GX M/T
    • G4 GLX M/T
    • G4 GLX CV/T
    • G4 GLS M/T
    • G4 GLS CV/T
  • Mitsubishi Proudia
  • Mitsubishi Sigma
  • Mitsubishi Tredia
Mitsubishi MPV Models
  • Mitsubishi Adventure also known as Mitsubishi Freeca
    • 2.5L TX M/T
    • 2.5L GX M/T
    • 2.5L GLX M/T
    • 2.5L GLS Sport M/T
    • 2.5L Super Sport M/T
  • Mitsubishi RVR
Other Mitsubishi Models
  • Mitsubishi Delica (1968–present)
  • Mitsubishi Cordia (1982–1990)
  • Mitsubishi Chariot (1983–2003)
  • Mitsubishi Challenger (1996–2008)
  • Mitsubishi Eclipse (1989–2011)
  • Mitsubishi eK (2001–present)
  • Mitsubishi FTO (1994–2000)
  • Mitsubishi GTO (1990–2001)
  • Mitsubishi i Miev (2009–present)
  • Mitsubishi Legnum
  • Mitsubishi L200
    • 4X2 (Single Cab Chassis) M/T
  • Mitsubishi L300
    • Deluxe CC w/ FB Body & Dual AC opt. M/T
    • Exceed CC w/ FB body & Dual AC opt. M/T
    • Exceed XV Dual AC M/T
Mitsubishi SUV Models
  • Mitsubishi Montero Sport
    • GLS 2WD A/T
    • GLS Premium 2WD A/T
    • GLS 4WD M/T
    • GT 4WD A/T
  • Mitsubishi Outlander (Formerly Airtrek)
  • Mitsubishi Pajero
    • GLS 3.8G 4WD A/T
    • GLS 3.2D 4WD A/T
Mitsubishi Truck and Pick up Models
  • Mitsubishi Strada
    • GL 4×2 M/T
    • GLX 4×2 M/T
    • GL 4×4 M/T
    • GLX V 4×2 A/T
    • GLS V 4×4 M/T
    • GLS V 4×4 A/T
Mitsubishi Wagon Models
  • Mitsubishi Libero
Mitsubishi Concept Models
  • Mitsubishi XM