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    Lost Keys / Immobilizer


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    #1 j3rk

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    Posted 29 July 2008 - 01:49 PM

    The story goes that i lost my keys + immobilizer on the weekend (dammit.)... Sadly my spare immobilizer had also gotten a flat battery and thus when i replaced it, it has lost the right frequency (presumably.) and will not disarm the alarm... To the point I have heard of people who will come out and workout the frequency and was wondering if anyone knew the details? On a side note the back of the immobilizer there is a stickered number which was on both of the immobilizer ... I'm hoping this will be for replacements / reprogramming but am not sure... Any help is appreciated cheers, Paul.
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    Posted 29 July 2008 - 01:56 PM

    best way to get a key made is take out your boot lock and take to a lock smith cost me $14 is it a cheap imob? if yes get a new one hundred bucks fitted ( remember some one now has your keys and imob ) if you want the fix the old one i have neva heard of a remote losing its frequency , i would take it into a shop and get em to test it did u put the right batt in it ?

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    Posted 16 August 2008 - 08:34 AM

    best way to get a key made is take out your boot lock and take to a lock smith cost me $14

    is it a cheap imob?
    if yes get a new one hundred bucks fitted ( remember some one now has your keys and imob )
    if you want the fix the old one i have neva heard of a remote losing its frequency , i would take it into a shop and get em to test it

    did u put the right batt in it ?


    what car is it?? find out if its transponder key type, and if so see if transponder & key have to match the ecu? if not just buy a lock set (ignition, 2 doors and boot lock), and if required grab the transponder with the locks, its a black plastic surround that clips around igniotion barrel.......

    i.e the very latest toyota key/transponder system thats "flawless" and fitted to latest supercharged aurion TRD's, corolla/camry sportivo's etc............can be bypassed by anyone who has a key and transponder ......simply unplug the transponder from main wiring harness of car , plug in your "replacement transponder to the 4 pin plug....start car with the "replacement"key

    meaning........if a thief wants your new toyota etc...(supposed to be secure) the he simply has to use a key etc from another one.......( i worked this out while playing a trick on my mrs hehehe) holdens however need the body control module to match the transponder....(only 1 minute longer to swap)...

    in the long run....get a new lock set from ebay/wreckers etc or swap with a mate if u think key finder may know your address..........
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