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No your vehicle doesn't have a chip key . You can just replace the key and lock cylinder . Without a key to copy ! Or the dealer can cut a key using the Vin #
The Passlock™ sensor is separate from the key and lock cylinder. The key and the lock cylinder work together in order to determine if the proper ignition key was used to start the vehicle.
The theft deterrent system has been incorporated into the body control module (BCM). The theft deterrent is provided in order to prevent the vehicle operation if the correct key is not used in order to start the vehicle. The ignition key turns the lock cylinder. The cylinder rotation produces an analog voltage code in the passlock™ sensor. This voltage code is received by the BCM. The BCM compares the voltage code to the previousely learned voltage code. If the codes match, a class 2 message is sent from the BCM to the vehicle control module (VCM)/powertrain control module (PCM). The message enables the fuel injectors.
probably need to keys so that a key could be clone from a good key
if you lost a key and want a spare , there is no way around it except to buy a new fob key and have it programmed to the immobilizer system
First of all you need to programm all ignition keys using suitable diagnostic equipment (VAS, VAG-Com) connected to the data link connector of the car. You have an electronic immobilizer key recognition problem. Now your key chip is not recognized by the transponder antenna fitted on the ignition switch barrel.
Everytime when you had a new key you must programm all available ignition car keys before trying to start the engine with this new key !!!
This warning lamp indicates that the engine is locked by the immobilizer system, and the engine start sequence must be repeat again.
From year 1995 in Audi-VW (VAG) cars is used engine immobilizer. The VAG group immobilizer system consists of an immobilizer ECU which controls the recognition of keys and the Engine Management ECU system. Immobilizer is activated when the ignition key is removed and, together with the engine control unit, largely prevents unauthorized starting of the engine. The system uses a transmitter and receiver unit in the ignition key (transponder). Whenever an attempt is made to start the engine, it transmits a new code to the car's electronics. The immobilizing is only cancelled and car motor electronic receives permission to start engine if the key sends a right authorization code.
You will need to contact your local Jaguar dealer and give them the VIN number so that they can remake your key, or order you a new set of keys. You will need the VIN and proof of ownership(title) to get your new key.
You'll need to contact your Kia dealer with proof of ownership of your car and the VIN number. They can then look up the key pattern and order it in. If the keys are immobiliser keys, then they'll be very expensive and will still need programming to the ignition system. Many Kia dealers will program them to your car for free if you're a regular customer.
The only other option is even more expensive: get an automotive locksmith to replace all of the lock barrels, the ignition barrel and to provide new keys and to program them to the car. This option is often so expensive that it sends otherwise perfectly good cars to the scrapyard.
Sorry, but if you have lost your keys then there is no quicker option to regain full use of your vehicle.
GM cars have a passlock system that uses a transponder and reader from the key to start the engine. Just changing the key and cylinder was not going to start the car. The cars BCM ( body control module computer) has to be programmed to match the new key and cylinder. You will have to take it to a dealer or an automobile locksmith that specializes in ignitions. Taking out the box was the worst thing you could have done. Now you have two things that need fixing. All you had to do was take the cars vin number , your registration and maybe tow it to the dealer and they would have cut you a key and programmed it for you.
You should be able to give you vin number to the dealer. they can cut you a new key. As for removing the lock... you need to turn the ignition to the on position then push an 1/8" rod into the small hole in the bottom of the steering colum right under the lock assembly. After placing it in the ingition lock will easly pull out. Insert the new one in reverse order.