Well, I was at my local B. Plus place several times last week or so trying to get that fancy switch blade key fob done. They were unable to get their machine to make the new cuts. It would "read" the original but then would not perform the cutting on the new blank.Interesting, I did not think that Batteries Plus had the equipment, but reading on their website it looks like they do advertise they have the proper equipment to do it. Worth a shot. Let us know the cost and outcome. I have heard the dealers will do it, sometimes free, but normally at a $50 cost.
I am sure the dealer would program it despite what graphic is on the fob, they know our particular one is out of production.
So, finally got it cut and it works (in the ign. switch and door lock). But the Chevy dealer wouldn't even attempt the programming and I subsequently found out here that I needed the FCCID to match (and it did not).
So, I never went back to B. Plus.............but I will when new fob comes in with correct FCCID.
B. Plus told me it would be $40 for the programming.