Conceived by General Motors as a bold experiment to fight back against competition from Japanese automakers and shed just a bit of GM's stodgy corporate image, the Saturn line was launched in 1990. It was marketed as a different kind of division and automotive lineup that included no-haggle sales at dealerships and impressive gas mileage. Popular at first, this line of vehicles eventually declined in sales, despite GM's continued efforts to introduce new models. Saturn disappeared in 2009 during GM's bankruptcy.
If you own a keyless entry Saturn and are wondering where to get a Saturn key replacement, look no further. Here at Keyless Entry Remote Fob, we carry a big selection of GM Saturn key fob replacements. These OEM Saturn car key replacement products will solve your problem of Saturn remote keyless entry quickly and economically.
If you're looking to replace the four-button key fob with trunk button for your 1997 Saturn SL1, for instance, we have an OEM replacement available at a significant discount compared to what you would pay your GM dealer. We supply easy instructions so you can program this item yourself. We will also help you via phone or email if you run into difficulties.
Those looking for a three-button key fob for their 2005 Saturn Vue are also in luck. Our key fob is a genuine Saturn key fob and will have you back in business once you have it professionally programmed by your locksmith or dealer.
In addition to Saturn key fobs, Keyless Entry Remote Fob also carries a variety of OEM transponder keys for Saturn models such as the 2010 Aura. Simply have these uncut keys cut by your locksmith to benefit from a thrifty alternative to going to your dealership.
If you just need a replacement battery, we can help you there too while saving you a significant amount of money. If you have questions, just email or call us.