IndischRotI'm guessing you mean 1988? You can get the key copied onto a standard metal key at Timpsons or the like. If you want a Porsche labelled key you can buy one from Type911 or the like and then get a locksmith to copy your key onto it. Timpsons probably wan't do it; their personnel are not supposed to make keys from customer supplied blanks. Can you post a photo of the fob?
IndischRotCan you also post a photo of the outside of the fob?As Matt said some cars have a factory alarm that was enabled and disabled by an extra locking cylinder on the edge of the driver’s door. You would unlock the car and then open the door a few inches revealing the cylinder on the inside of the door. Might your car have a lock cylinder there? Also check for a lock cylinder in the release for the front lid.
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