The keyholes were there for the entire C5 model run. If you view the 2004 gallery and look at the side shot of the 04 Indy Pace Car you can see the keyholes. You may have seen some cars with the painted keyhole covers which mask the keyhole. Those are sold by the Covette Centrals and Corvette Americas of the world for about $40 a set. And it's a nice look too!Anyone know what year the key holes where eliminated on the door handles of the C5? I'd like to swap mine on my 99 for an updated look.
Anyone know what year the key holes where eliminated on the door handles of the C5? I'd like to swap mine on my 99 for an updated look.
So, as Tuna said, after 2000 the driver side key hole was eliminated, is that correct? I already have the inserts, they are terrible quality no matter who you buy them from. On my fourth set, paint flakes and poor fitment.
Wrong. In 2001 the PASSENGER side key hole was eliminated. The driver's side remains.
Regarding "Active Keyless Entry", was this an option?; because I was looking to set mine up to do this but didnt see any way to do it in the Options menu?
I guess there is less sense for this option on a C5 (rather then a C6) because you will still need to have the key in your hand to start the car (so you could have just as easily opened the doors with the fob), but I just wanted to see what it did.
Wrong, I have a 2000 and have no key hole in the passenger side door; only the drivers side has a key hole access. In fact there is not even a flat area for a key hole, the handle goes all the way over the opening at the top side of course of the recess.
This be the facts! I do have the plastic key hole cover and they are pretty chincy but I hear they are magetic metal ones that are a lot better. Anyone have these and if so how do you like them?