Get Into and Start Any Car with a Dead Key Fob Battery!
Welcome to the Fob Learning Center. Thank you for taking a few minutes to check out the training we have to offer.
The Fob Learning Center is part of DashboardSymbols.com where, since 2010, we have dedicated ourselves to helping everyday drivers navigate modern automotive technology. Of course, that technology could fall on all of you as well.
If you have ever been expected to –
- open a car with no visible key hole and a dead key fob,
- pry a piece of a customer’s car to get to that key hole,
- start a car with no obvious back up start plan for the dead key
– then the courses on this site are for you.
Most likely, you are –
- a roadside assistance worker,
- a used car salesperson,
- or even a locksmith
– the first in line to contact and respond if something goes wrong, regardless of experience. Police officers and firefighters may find this useful as well. Plus, they are not so far from them needing this same information for their own official vehicles!
Lock outs and no starts are not so simple with push button or keyless start cars. The instructions are locked inside and there is no standardization.
The new proximity keys chew their internal batteries in 18 months or less. A short enough time to leave drivers stranded and too long a time for the average guy or gal to remember what they might have been told just before leaving the lot or what they had to do the last time their fob went dead.
And with the instructions locked inside, you get a call. And you are supposed to solve the problem regardless of make, model or year.
So we will give you a leg up.
We have assembled on-line training courses designed to familiarize you with the dozens of key fob styles, an equal number of hidden key holes and some 50 back up starting variations.
By the time you’ve taken the two main modules, you’ll have the confidence to handle any of these cars as you come across them.
In Module 1, we will demonstrate locating and extracting the mechanical key included with every car — except two. But more on that in the course.
Then we’ll get into the car. And who would have ever thought that would be a problem! By now you yourself have run into at least one instance where a key hole was not obvious. And the next one to uncover will be totally different. A full 15 manufacturers have chosen to hide key holes. And again, there is no standard way to reveal it and the instructions are locked inside in the owners manual.
We will demonstrate every type we’ve seen in the last seven years. And we’ve seen nearly all of them.
Take Module 2, starting the car, to learn the over 50 variations of starting methods. You didn’t expect standardization here either did you??
And General Motors and Ford Motor Co. alone account for over half of them!
Now we’ve spent thousands of hours finding this info and checking out these methods for ourselves, at a value nearly impossible to calculate. But we are offering these training courses for $24 per module! Or save nearly 20% and take both for only $39.
And not to worry, you won’t need to commit this all to memory! We’ll point you to resources you can download and keep for reference, yours free for signing on.
Plus we have two bonus modules, also free for taking both the open and start modules. They are first, help with restoring the car to original after you’ve uncovered the key hole, in case your customer wants help with it. And the second goes over what to do if a customer believes they’ve locked the keys in their trunk.
And we’ll be here to answer any questions you may have. So follow one of the links below right now, and we’ll get you started.
Finally,don’t worry. If you’re not happy, we will refund your money, no questions asked.
But don’t wait! Sign up now!