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Missed programed key

I had a key made for my 2002 Jetta 1.8T, I tried the key and the veh. did not start,I attempted several times and my dash light came on. I than tried my reg key and my car still did not start. I had NO problems before trying the new key. I had to have my car towed and the dealer ship that made the key, they indicated to me that my instrument cluster now needs to be replaced. They indicated that it was not because of the key. I need to know if a misprogramed key could do this.

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Yes of course it could be bad programing, the anti theft device may be locked on

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Starter turns but no ignition, PK3 M security, the problem is intermittent and does not cause a problem with every start. So far I have been able to get it started after several attempts with differing...


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you can test this at night when it is damped and raining, at night, let some body start the car for you and you watch the engine compartment without light so that you can trace where the spark is jumping out.

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