Question about Volkswagen GT
You will need 2 things
1. Volkswagen VAS 1551/5051/5052 or equivalent diagnostic equipment or aWindows-based computer with VAG-COM and the correct interface for your car.
2. the Secret Key Code (SKC)
Secret Key Code (SKC) can only be obtained from an official dealership. The 7-digit SKC is generated based on the 14-digital immobilizer ID with your 17-digit VIN. Once the 7-digit code has been generated, the 7-digit SKC, the date on which the code was generated by the dealer, along with the Workshop Code (WSC) and the Importer number of the dealer that generated the code must be entered to the VAS 1551/5051/5052 or VAG-COM in order to add new keys to the immobilizer.
There is no way you can do that at home - only a dealer can.
The cheaper way is to just disable all of it and install an aftermarket door-lock + alarm system. Any decent alarm shop can do that.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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