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Hey forum people.

My name is alan, I bought a 2002 multi space 2.0 hdi a couple of weeks ago. I'm really enjoying driving it so far, but I have a long list of things that need attention. The biggest problem being that I broke the key a couple of days after getting it. Is getting a new key from Citroen the only way of getting a key? I priced it at my local citroen garage and they want £175 for a replacement remote key, which seems extortionate.

Anyway glad to be part of the forum, seems pretty cool.

Hi Alan welcome to the forum as for the key have a search in your area for an auto locksmith they can usually supply a new key and program it cheaper than the manufacturers. Ive got it done on renaults vws and fords over the past few years. Just did a search and came up with this
Never used them but could be a start.
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
Hello Alan welcome to the forum go to a local key cutting shop that cuts car keys will cost around £50
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Thanks alot guys, had a search not too many places in northern Ireland will cut and program keys, but I think I have found somewhere. I'm gonna give them a try tomorrow and see what they say.

Thanks again!

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