Question about Renault R18
Clé Hadrumet is a society in Tunisia, and in Sousse exactly, with years of experience in the business of keys and the electronic technology of keys.
the Purpose of the society is to guarantee the performance of these products with the best possible quality to satisfy the need of the market.
We sell auto diagnostic, key programming and pin code reading software and hardware. We also offer full range of key blanks and transponder key blanks, key cutting machines, locks and cylinder locks, autolocks, wide variety of locksmiths tools and accessories to any Locksmiths companies.
Remote keys Transponder keys Key Programmer Auto programmer Diagnostic tools for all models Contact us Take a look : http://www.nourautokey.com Regards, Clé Hadrumet
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Try this. Turn the ignition on and allow the immobilizer to arm. Turn ignition off and count number of flashes required for first number of PIN.(eg 6) then turn ignition on. Turn off and count number of flashes for next number in PIN. Repeat till all numbers of PIN sequence have been used, then start car immediately. If you make an error, come back in a few minutes and start again.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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