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Was kinda bummed my keys didn't come with one - was this a something that Infiniti offered on a limited basis? Anyone else get one with their I-keys?
 

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Was kinda bummed my keys didn't come with one - was this a something that Infiniti offered on a limited basis? Anyone else get one with their I-keys?
Lol just ask your dealer. I'm sure they have one lying around somewhere. They have all types of knick knacks.
 

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Yeah, that requires me to lift a finger to call them, lol. I guess I'll try that-thanks:)
 
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Amen to your complaint! I asked at my dealership about getting the previous fob's detachable key clip. I was told that they aren't making it anymore. If I had known that, I would have made off with the one on the spare old one before I traded the car in. That clip made separating the house keys from the car keys a snap, without breaking one's fingernails. If anyone knows where one can get something like that, please post it.
 

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If you have been a contributing member of this forum for a little while, contact me if your dealer can't find you one. I've been pulling them off lease return vehicles lately. I have a small stash of them in my desk. You'll need a 1.5mm Allen key to put it on.

Contributing member means you've posted some things here that help out other members. That's what this forum is all about.


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What are these for? Just cosmetic?

All I got from my dealer are keychains. lol Which I removed.
They were standard on the previous key fobs. They allow you to quickly detach connected keys from the key fob, like when you drop your car off with a valet, at a car wash, at the dealer, etc. It's a very convenient feature, much better than the ring that breaks your fingernail when you try to remove your keys.
 

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They were standard on the previous key fobs.
It was a neat feature, fairly small but very useful.

I think they stopped sending them with new cars around 2010.

You would be surprised how many people did not like them and asked us to remove them.

I purchased a special size tool just for those and have only used it once since I bought it, and that was on my own key. I feel partially responsible for that since buying the tool, my bad. :)
 

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E-mailed my dealer again, this time they said they just got some new ones in - they're sending them via mail.

Not sure how true that is, but if you're looking for them your dealer is the best place to try first.

Thanks!!
 

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These are not 2 cents piece of metal, my 2 cents
Agreed. They work really nice when you have to switch keys from one car to the next car key (if you own multiple cars).
 
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