Automotive Locksmith Specialists
Whatever your automotive lock, ignition or key issue, our experienced team here at Alchin Locksmiths have the expertise, specialised key cutting machines and programming equipment in our mobile vans to get you back on the road as soon as possible.
Request a call-out with Alchin Locksmiths. We can come to your vehicle in one of our mobile vans, where we will provide a quick and far more cost-effective automotive key cutting and programming solution.
With over 70 years combined locksmithing experience, you can trust our team at Alchin Locksmiths to handle any automotive key cutting, programming or replacement issue.
(08) 8283 3332
Losing, damaging or having your car keys stolen happens to all of us and can happen at the worst and most inconvenient times through no fault of your own.
Modern vehicles use transponder keys, which is used as an anti-theft measure, where the car’s computer (ECU) will immobilise the vehicle if the chip located at the head of the key is not recognised.
Locking yourself out of your vehicle or even losing your keys, never to be found again, is one of the most common issues you’ll face when it comes to your car. Each of our qualified team members is equipped and ready to assist you in gaining access to your vehicle if you’ve locked your keys in the car or lost your keys.
A faulty lock on your vehicle or a jammed ignition barrel that needs repairing is a common issue that can occur throughout all makes and models of vehicles. For this reason, our experienced team at Alchin Locksmiths are equipped with the tools, parts and expertise to resolve these issues. Our team will come to your vehicle and resolve your issue with the highest quality workmanship.
Issues arising from transponder keys are far more complex than traditional issues associated with older cars.
The transponder key and the ECU immobiliser system work hand in hand as a high-level anti-theft security measure found in many modern vehicles. They work together via signal-based communication, where the transponder key and ECU must have corresponding signals for the vehicle’s engine to start.