I just read the post here about the cars most devoid of personality, and I wanted to ask – who here actually is an enthusiast who enjoys their plain cars? I’m talking about small cars, crossovers, anything with an automatic transmission or hell even a CVT or a lazy manual. Not looking for you Camaro 2SS drivers or BMW M5 drifters. I’m looking for you Toyota, Nissan, hell Focus SE drivers! Why do you drive that plain car & do you love about it?
Shop has a great reputation, system sounds good, I’m not experiencing any of the warning signs, just for some reason it’s in the back of my mind that I maybe should take it to a second muffler shop to be inspected just to be ‘extra sure.’ This is irrational, right?
Does anyone know of any methods or resources for programming your own replacement key fob? Any responses are greatly appreciated!
Background: I recently purchased a 2012 Infiniti G37 that only came with one key fob. I’ve found a place to purchase the fob online for a reasonable price (~$80), but it says I’d need to take it to the dealer for programming. I’m not sure how much the dealer would charge for this, but I imagine it would be more than the cost of the fob itself.