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Lost keys to 1988 renault clio, want to use key with no chip and want to by-pass imobiliser. can you help me? i dont want to pay 250 euro for 1 new key...

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  • bend1 Feb 09, 2009

    Key snapped in ignition can i buy new ignition barrel with key or do i need to take to a renault garage & get new keys programmed etc which will cost a fortune.

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    lost keys to 1988 renault clio, want by-pass imobiliser



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Y can buy imulator for 10e and y redy to go :)

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There is no way you can do this buddy. System is designed for safety and anti-theft and no tampering will make this work. Check out renault forum.

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