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A Transponder key transmits and responds by means of a transponder chip, which is embedded in the head or bow of the key.  The chip transmits, receives and responds to a coded signal data using radio frequency transmissions.  When the key is inserted and turned in the ignition it sends a unique code signal to the on-board computer or ECM (Electronic Control Module).  If the computer recognizes the signal it will allow the vehicle to start.

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A Transponder key transmits and responds by means of a transponder chip, which is embedded in the head or bow of the key.  The chip transmits, receives and responds to a coded signal data using radio frequency transmissions.  When the key is inserted and turned in the ignition it sends a unique code signal to the on-board computer or ECM (Electronic Control Module).  If the computer recognizes the signal it will allow the vehicle to start.

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Transponder Keys

Transponder Keys

A Transponder key transmits and responds by means of a transponder chip, which is embedded in the head or bow of the key.  The chip transmits, receives and responds to a coded signal data using radio frequency transmissions.  When the key is inserted and turned in the ignition it sends a unique code signal to the on-board computer or ECM (Electronic Control Module).  If the computer recognizes the signal it will allow the vehicle to start.

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