volvotechinfo.com : Key Codes

This page provides information about Volvo's automotive key cutting code service. You must log in with your bookstore User ID in order to use the key code features of this website.

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Once you are logged into your bookstore account, this page will provide a request form and allow you to request and purchase a key code, from this website, for your immediate use.

Volvo Automotive Key Cutting Codes

Registered Vehicle Security Professionals* may obtain key cutting codes for any U.S. or Canada Volvo car model from model year 1997 and onward. Key cutting codes, which can be programmed into commercially available key cutting machines, allow a replacement key to be cut even when a duplicate or master key is not available for copying.

For U.S.

A "Registered Vehicle Security Professional" includes anyone who is a member, in good standing, of the NASTF (National Automotive Service Task Force) Registry.

If you are a locksmith or other vehicle security professional but not already a member of the NASTF Security Registry, go to www.nastf.org/vehiclesecurityinformation for more information and a registry membership application.

For Canada

A "Registered Vehicle Security Professional" includes anyone who is a member, in good standing, of the VSP (Vehicle Service Professional) program.

If you are a locksmith or other vehicle security professional but not already a member of the VSP program, click the preceding link or call 1 (866) 309-4272 for more information and to register.

How To Obtain A Key Code

You will need to enter a valid Registry LSID (US) / VSP (Canada), password, and Vehicle Identification Number into a request form on-screen.

If you do not remember your password, contact your company's LSID administrator. They can reset your password.

You will need to click an "Accept/Continue button to signify that you have complied with the Terms of Use for this service.

IMPORTANT!

Before a key can be used to start the car, it must be electronically paired to the vehicle's anti-theft immobilizer system. Pairing requires a PC, a DiCE Tool, and an active subscription to Volvo's Vehicle Information and Diagnostics for Aftersales (VIDA) program.

A video-based introduction to VIDA is available by clicking VIDA Web-Based Training.

* A "Registered Vehicle Security Professional" includes anyone who is a member, in good standing, of the NASTF (National Automotive Service Task Force) Registry in the US or the Vehicle Security Professional program in Canada.