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Old 07-12-2018, 06:57 PM   #1
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Erasing Stored Keys

Good evening,

I ordered and received a second key to my 2014 Camaro because it only came with one. I did the quick-change program and it worked but said that it was the 5th Key registered with the car.

Does anyone know how to erase all the stored keys (I figured I can do the 3x10 minute relearn after I erase all of them).

I don't like the concept that there are three keys out there, not under my control, that work with this car.


I googled and searched this forum, found a lot on new programming, nothing on erasing.
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Old 07-13-2018, 06:16 AM   #2
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I don't have an answer, however, I think I know where the other four are. The 2014 originally came with two switchblade keys then there came the recall. Chevrolet removed the two blades from switchblade and gave you two new keys, hence 4. Dealership no doubt discarded the two that came from the switchblade.

Last year I purchased 2 OEM blades for my factory switchblade key fobs that was removed by Chevrolet during the recall. Had GM cut them and I installed them into the original factory fobs. Now it shows 6 keys for my 2014. I have in hand 2 fobs with keys and the 2 keys Chevrolet gave me when the recall was done. Chevrolet discarded 2 during the recall.

If your 2014 had the key recall there are 2 of the missing keys.
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Old 07-13-2018, 07:55 AM   #3
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I don't have an answer, however, I think I know where the other four are. The 2014 originally came with two switchblade keys then there came the recall. Chevrolet removed the two blades from switchblade and gave you two new keys, hence 4. Dealership no doubt discarded the two that came from the switchblade.

Last year I purchased 2 OEM blades for my factory switchblade key fobs that was removed by Chevrolet during the recall. Had GM cut them and I installed them into the original factory fobs. Now it shows 6 keys for my 2014. I have in hand 2 fobs with keys and the 2 keys Chevrolet gave me when the recall was done. Chevrolet discarded 2 during the recall.

If your 2014 had the key recall there are 2 of the missing keys.

On the Recall Key, does both the Fob AND Key have a transmitter in them? So the car would count a key/fob combo as being 2 keys? It would have to, right? Otherwise the Fob wouldn't work?
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Old 07-13-2018, 10:11 AM   #4
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On the Recall Key, does both the Fob AND Key have a transmitter in them? So the car would count a key/fob combo as being 2 keys? It would have to, right? Otherwise the Fob wouldn't work?
Gosh, you brought up a good point? I know when the recall occurred had to have the two switchblades removed and they gave me two new keys that had to be with each FOB in order to work. I am not sure now how the keys are counted?

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