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2006 Mitsubishi triton transponder ignition keys
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sure, I would sell you the same parts, IF I was interested in robbing you, BUT, I have no interest in having dissatisfied customers...So, here is what I need you to do: Call this number: 1-877-517-LOCK
This is my local locksmith,and he is cool...Tell them that I gave you this number. He has a machine, on his truck, that will reprogram your key to match the ECU/barrel combo in your car. Now, I do not expect you to have him come to your location, but, he may give you the info that HE has, his machine, and then you could call local locksmiths to see if they have the same gizmo that he has, to solve your problem. Secondly, there is an ECU exchange program from Toyota, that your dealer ssomehow neglected to tell you about, but it would cost you about 700.00 to get you going. Call the locksmiths first, and get back to me if my guy won't help you. This is the best that I can do, up to this point. Hope this helps. Advise of what transpires.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: Transponder Key Programming
Keys are not all the same, it is possible the key you bought may not work, it should be searched by VIN by the dealer, and the dealer has to program with factory scan tool, should cost no more than .5 hours in labor.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: disable transponder chip keys
You have to measure the resistance across the key and get a resistor of the same value at radio shack and jump it across the wires at the security box, this way the security system thinks the key is always inserted. We did this with 1989 firebird some years ago and it worked great.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
hello how are you you can found all transponder keys which you need and all remotes at this site http://www.albarakakey.com/download.html you can download the catalogs and choose the one which you need
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
SOURCE: transponder chip in key fob
This will all depend upon what country you are in, and if the vehicle even has the need for the chip to be programmed at all.
When you put a proper key in the ignition, is there a antitheft logo that cycles with the other indicators?
VW antitheft indicator in the USA often looks like a car with a key under it
In the USA, thought the keys have a MEGAMOS RFID chip, no system was active until 2000, and on some models, not until 2002
A system requires a VIRGIN chip. Once the chip is programmed to a car, the chip is locked to that car. Some new software can unlock and refresh some chips, but not 100%
I had a client come in TODAY with a 2003 Passat, and an EBAY flip key.... I wasted a half hour programming time..... but I carry the lower half of remote, which hold the blade and the chip, so was able to fix client up, when EBAY failed.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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