Blasted key!

MaserAndy

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#25
I had the same problem the internal layout wasn't the same and stopped the blade from moving properly if I remember right. But I did manage to find another which worked fine. If you go down the cheap Chinese route just have a good look at the picture of the internals and compare with your original.
 
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[QUOTE = "Keano, post: 609664, lid: 4917"] Ik heb een positieve ervaring met een sleutel die ik uit China kreeg - https://www.tomtop.com/p-k4227.html en heb ook een leuke truc geleerd van de slotenmaker die ik denk dat we allemaal zullen waarderen. Wanneer we een vervangende sleutel kopen, moeten we de elektronica en de glazen transponder omwisselen, maar het is ook mogelijk om het afgesneden deel van het originele mes te hergebruiken en te voorkomen dat er een sleutel wordt afgesneden. Zie bijgevoegde afbeelding - er is een speld die je eruit springt (vergelijkbaar met een horlogebandje) en dan kun je het originele Maserati-mes in de nieuwe sleutel steken. Er was wat archivering om het voor elkaar te krijgen, maar voor $ 13 voor de sleutel en  £ 5 voor de slotenmaker om het mes te verplaatsen, is de klus geklaard.

Ik betaalde express en kocht er 3.

Keano

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Dank voor de goede tip, heb hetzelfde probleem.
 
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#33
Seems too good to be true. So probably is. OTOH for $60.....

Might get one of my guys to send one over

C
They do a two pack for $80 So if you want to go halves and save a few quid...
They don't have the logo sticker though, which has stopped me in the past- plus the unknown of how accepting and how expensive it would be to get them coded...

Logos are available here... but a bit of a mystery as to the quality of them...

£6.28 | Replacement For Maserati Car emblem insignia 2.4*1.5cm Aluminum DIY sticker For Maserati KEY LOGO
https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/bO0qQi7P
 
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#35
£60-£120 to code them up. Will need a dealer. And you'd need to get the blade moved or cut.

Let me have a think

C
If the coding was closer to £60, that would be a touch!

The blade being cut shouldn't be a problem... most key cutters should be able to do that, it's the coding that requires the magic.
 
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#36
If the coding was closer to £60, that would be a touch!

The blade being cut shouldn't be a problem... most key cutters should be able to do that, it's the coding that requires the magic.
You're not going to get many dealers to do it for less than an hour labour (I'd have thought). And that's assuming it works.... I've heard from some (one?) Indie (can't recall if it was AV or Jason's in Altalanta) won't touch the security systems with anything other than factory / OEM kit. For a start you can't *add* keys. You need to delete *all* of them, then add them all. So it's not at all impossible to end up with a car that won't start....

C
 
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#37
They do a two pack for $80 So if you want to go halves and save a few quid...
They don't have the logo sticker though, which has stopped me in the past- plus the unknown of how accepting and how expensive it would be to get them coded...

Logos are available here... but a bit of a mystery as to the quality of them...

£6.28 | Replacement For Maserati Car emblem insignia 2.4*1.5cm Aluminum DIY sticker For Maserati KEY LOGO
https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/bO0qQi7P
Still look wrong, the original keys have a hole in the plastic for the key ring, at least my one original ones does. And no slidey bar thing....