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Old 04-28-2016, 10:26 AM   #11
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New ignition key for 2012 390BH60

Originally Posted by tmmar View Post
By the info in his signature area it looks like Delco has a Sunseeker which is probably on a Ford of Chevy van chassis. If he went to a Chevy dealer to get a key it is on a Chevy chassis.

That would make sense because Ford and Chevy chassis most likely would have a chip in the key. For you none Berk responders our keys supplied by Freightliner do not have chips in the ignition key and replacement keys are available from locations like Ace hardware and locksmiths.
We appreciate responses to our threads but if you haven't own a Berk now or previously you probably don't understand the equipment used or what it might take to fix it. Most of us are trying sometimes quickly to fix a problem to resume our travels and bad information could send us in the opposite direction from where we need to be. If you respond please tell us your model/make so we can determine how it may help us.


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Old 04-28-2016, 03:48 PM   #12
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Wow how does a post about a key get so off track. I had read this and went to look at my key. I am very sure it doesn't have a chip in it.

Delco, We appreciate the advice from you but as you can see it is not correct. No big deal. Deepest apologies if you were offended.

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Old 04-28-2016, 07:56 PM   #13
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Old 04-28-2016, 08:58 PM   #14
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The site team has had to do a cleanup here due to multiple members (both Berkshire and non Berkshire owning members) not following the play nice rules. As a reminder here are some forum rules we were seeing violations of:

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Old 04-29-2016, 03:57 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by lefaivre View Post
I have a 2012 Berk that came with only 1 ignition key. After 5 years I finally decided that a spare would be a good idea.

Was told at the home improvement store that they could not do it since it has a chip .... which was news to me.

My next stop was Freightliner. They told me that normal Freightliner trucks do not have a chip key and that this is something that is done by the RV manufacture.

Talked to local Forest River dealer in neighboring town. They had never had a request for a spare key and had no idea how to get one.

My next call will be to Randy H.

Has anyone.replaced a key. How was it done and how much did it cost.

We have a 2016 Berkshire. I went to a key shop and had a ignition key and a door key made for about $3.00 each. (neither one had a chip or anything like that). They both work fine.
Good Luck with it.

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