2016-2020 (OEM-B) Remote Flip for Kia Sportage | PN: 95430-D9100 / TQ8-RKE-4F27
Product SKU: RFK-0108OB
OEM-B (without original box) remote flip key is a type of keyless entry system for a vehicle. It is called a "flip" key because the key fob can be folded and flipped open to start the vehicle, without having to insert a physical key into the ignition. The remote component of the key allows the owner to lock and unlock the doors from a distance using a button on the key fob.ic device, instead of a physical key to lock/unlock the car doors and start the engine.
Brand New Original OEM-B (Original without box)
FCC ID: TQ8-RKE-4F27
Frequency: 434 MHz
Buttons: Lock, Unlock, Hatch, Panic (4 button)
Aftermarket Flip Blade Included: yes
Test Key: KK10
Part Number: 95430-D9100
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Compatibility with the following models and years
2016 - 2020 Kia Sportage
NOTE: This key will only work if you have a vehicle made for the US market. It's a non transponder key. If your vehicle was made for the Canadian market (which requires a chip), this remote key may not work. If your vehicle was imported from USA, the key should work fine.
What is Included in this Kia Remote Flip Key
One new OEM-B remote flip key
One free aftermarket emergency insert key
All transmitters include a battery
All units are tested before we ship
WE DO NOT CUT OR PROGRAM THE TRANSPONDER KEYS AT OUR FACILITY. Please contact your local car locksmith for pricing.
Frequently ask Questions
Are Remotes flip key Keys already programmed?
No, it is necessary to be programmed by a professional locksmith. It will not work "out of the box". By programming it to your vehicle you ensure it will work on your car only. Remokeys is a wholesaler of automotive locksmith supplies.
How do I know if I am buying the right remote flip key for my Car?
Through the Part Number of the remote flip key, you can be sure that you are buying a remote that works perfectly for your vehicle.
Why do you have to program a remote flip key?
You have to program the remote flip key you purchase so that the keyless entry module recognizes the signal emitted by the remote. In other words, the system has to know the signal sent by the remote (transponder, RKE) so that it can work on your vehicle