Since your vehicle is not onboard programmable or you need key cutting, you will need a dealer or automotive locksmith to program the vehicle to accept the replacement remote or key or to cut a key. Please use an automotive locksmith rather than the dealer. You are likely to get a better service for a more reasonable price.
Locksmiths make their prices based on their local market as well as the cost of the equipment used for you cutting or programming. Locksmith equipment for key cutting and vehicle programming is very expensive and most of the charge is to compensate them for their initial equipment investment.
An automotive locksmith will program your new remotes or keys by hooking up an expensive scan tool to your vehicle’s computer and making the vehicle learn the new remotes or keys.
Remote For Nissan:
Nissan and Infiniti vehicles with remotes that have FCC ID KR55WK48903 and KR55WK49622 with 4 buttons are interchangeable. They came in these compatible variant part numbers: 285E3-9N07A, 285E3-JK62A, 285E3-JA05A, 285E3-JA02A, 285E3-JA02E, 285E3-1AA0B, 285E3-1AA5B, 285E3-1AA7B, 285E3-1CA5A, 285E3-1CA7A, 285E3-JA01A, and 285E3-JA000.
We test remotes on keyless entry testers to ensure it will be able to work well for you. The remotes include the battery and the insert emergency key.
The following vehicles can use this remote when equipped with the factory keyless entry system:
Infiniti FX35 (2010-2012), Infiniti FX37 (2013), Infiniti FX50 (2010-2013), Infiniti G25 (2012), Infiniti G35 (2007-2008), Infiniti G37 (2008-2013), Infiniti Q60 (2014), Infiniti QX70 (2014-2016), Nissan Altima (2007-2012), Nissan Altima (2013), Nissan Maxima (2009-2014), Nissan Murano (2009-2014), Nissan Versa (2007-2012).