Epsom Auto Locksmiths

Where ever you are in the Epsom area, what ever your automotive key or lock problem, we can help. We will come to your car, where ever it is and get you back on the road in the shortest time possible.

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We cover the following Epsom areas too:

  • Ewell
  • Langley Vale
  • Stoneleigh

Postal Area: KT17 KT18 KT19

Map Coordinates: 51.3361°N 0.2674°W

Car and Van Locksmith in Epsom

Misplacing or losing your car keys can be highly frustrating, especially if you are running late for an important engagement. Just as breaking your key in the car door, or worse having your car keys stolen can be. We offer a mobile locksmith service and specialise in vehicle entry, car key cutting and programming of transponder keys.

We are available 24 hours a day and can come to where ever you and your car are and offer an on the spot resolution in the majority of cases.

Auto locksmiths… do they work?

Generally we offer a faster and more cost effective service than what you would get using a main car dealer. Being mobile auto locksmith means we come to you, while a main dealer may want your car recovered to them, at cost. While being an auto locksmith specialists means we concentrate just on car and van locking systems and as such carry a wide range of blank keys and key cutting and programming equipment.

Our technicians are qualified and trained to the highest standard and aim to leave you delighted with the service you receive from Surrey Car Locksmiths. If you have any questions please phone us on 07863561075 or use the contact us page.

Makes of cars we cover

We offer a full mobile auto locksmith for the following manufacturers. If you need more information please phone us now on 07863561075

  • Alfa Romeo
  • Citroen
  • Daewoo
  • Fiat
  • Ford
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Jaguar
  • Jeep
  • Kia
  • Land Rover
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Mitsubishi
  • Nissan
  • Peugeot
  • Porsche
  • Range Rover
  • Renault
  • Rover
  • Saab
  • Skoda
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Toyota
  • Vauxhall
  • Volvo
  • Volkswagen (VW)

Find out about our vehicle locksmiths service for particular car models we cover.

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Type of auto locksmith service you don’t want

Below is a forum thread at cartalk.com, a car owner has had a new programmed key, yet their remote key fob doesn’t work. Here at Surrey Car Locksmiths we offer a complete auto locksmith solution and would never leave you in this predicament.


Due to a burglary, our keys and remote to our car were stolen. We had the car re-keyed by a locksmith. We need to have the remote key fob reprogrammed. How do we do that so that it is not the same frequency as the missing key? I see something on the internet, but I was worried that it wouldn’t change the frequency.


It’s not the frequency that needs to be changed. Your car has memorized the encrypted serial numbers of the remotes that you use with it. You need to erase all the memorized serial numbers and then add back the ones for the remotes that you have. Unfortunately, I don’t know how this is done on a Honda. On a Ford, it is a simple procedure that you can do that is given in the owner’s manual. Have you checked your owner’s manual?

The locksmith that did the job should know the answer to your question.

Source: http://community.cartalk.com/discussion/2199993/resetting-honda-remote-key-fob

More questions and answers


Please help, I have only 1 ford transponder key can I program another spare key with only 1 original key? I know you need 2 original keys to program a new spare key. But I only have 1 original key. please help!


Older Fords could be programmed with one key, but modern ones require two working keys. I’m not sure when the changeover was but I assume it varied from one model to another. The owner’s manual will tell you for sure.

Without a second key you will need an automotive locksmith or the dealer to program the key into the vehicle. May as well have two made and programmed at the same time so you will be able to program one of your own if you lose the key you are using.