Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight
You know that's going to vary by so much comparing prices from area to area & dealer to dealer that it's hard to give you a suitable answer, but I'll try to provide some guidance.
Your car uses a transponder key,and your best bet would be to buy the key from someplace other than a dealership, then take it to a locksmith for cutting. This will save you money. Go to eBay & the below Item number as it provides you with all of the information you should need & there are other sellers with deals similar.
You can buy a new Transponder key on eBay, I found yours for 12.99 including shipping & handling. Item #: 190372492505
They even tell you how to send them basic info about your key that will allow them to pre-program it for you. (you need a multimeter, but they are available everywhere & inexpensive)
Check out that item and the info they provide, i've found eBay to be an excellent source for new keys over the past 6 years for many vehicles..
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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