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With most all new cars to get a new key programed to work for all functions you have to go to the dealership of the vehicle to get it. If you go to a local mechanic, they too still have to go and get it from the dealer and will charge you more for it.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I'm from South America and
To convert BCM serial number to 4 digit pin code, there is one software available online.With this software you can get the serial number converted to pin number.-----------
To get this software, please click the link below:---
And also for programming the key,m the tool is available.this tool is called TKO Transponder Key Programming Tool.To know more about this tool, click the link below:---
FOR Titan:--- • The module is located under the dash to the right of the steering column. The 5 digit code is right next to the bar code. ------------------ These Nissan vehicles require the use of the 5523 PIN number. -------------2004 Nissan vehicles can be programmed with the TKO device, and the 5-digit pin number can be retrieved from BCM module. This PIN number is now vehicle specific and must be obtained from the Nissan dealership. the Ilco aftermarket key blanks must be replaced with original Nissan keys for use with these new vehicles. ---------TKO owners must be aware that when adding new Transponder keys to Nissan vehicles, all existing keys must also be present for programming. If a customer requires a new key to be added to their vehicle and they already have three keys programmed to that vehicle, all four keys must be present when the locksmith begins programming. If the three original keys are not presented along with the new key, they will be eliminated from the car's memory and replaced by only the new key. All three keys can be reprogrammed and accepted by the vehicle at a later date.-------------------
1. Nissan products in this country use two different software versions. 2.0 on earlier models and 5.0 on later models. The TKO is capable of programming both kinds of vehicles.---------- 2. When programming vehicles that require the use of a non-OBDII cable (D723513ZB) TKO users must be sure that they connect their TKO to the gray diagnostic port on the vehicle. This port is shaped differently from the white OBDII port and can typically be found to the left of the driver's left shin. These Nissan vehicles do not require the use of a PIN number.---------- 3. When programming vehicles that require the use of the Nissan Adapter (D724649ZB) users must be sure that they connect their TKO to the white OBDII diagnostic port on the vehicle. The adapter must be used in conjunction with the standard OBDII cable (D922876ZR). These Nissan vehicles do not require the use of a PIN number.--------- 4. When programming vehicles that require the use of the standard OBDII cable (D922876ZR) only, users must be sure that they connect their TKO device to the white OBDII diagnostic port on the vehicle. ----------------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech. ------
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
Hi Kim, When you ordered the new key the dealer should have asked for the chassis number? That gives them the codes to pre program. so that it should activate and deactivate the alarm, if that is the problem! ? Regards John
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
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