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Transponder key Hello again .I have bought a new transponder key for my suzuki baleno and without incurring expensive transportation costs to get to dealership ,it wont start .Someone suggested I remove the reader coil. Its supposedly very simple .Is this a good idea and how do you do it? Thanks

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  • novachaser Aug 04, 2008

    Hi Thanks for reply . I still have the old key ,well half of it anyway, as the other piece broke on the floor somewhere, And yes I did buy the new one from the dealership. They conveniently forgot to tell me that the car had to be at the garage to be transponded.


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Ex my honda civic had a transponder key at one time, but some body cut the wires behind it and it still runs. what happend to the old key and did you buy this one at the dealership?

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