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How to remove key from 2000 jimmy ignition

Is it broken off in the ignition switch? If so, you will need a locksmithing key extract tool. It is a small strip of metal with teeth in it. You try and hook the broken key and gently pull it out.
Good luck as these are tough to do if you haven't done on before.

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I don't know which corolla do you have, but in general Immobilizer can be fixed in the following ways:
1. By key programming. You must be having one working key.
2. By virginising.
3. Editing EEPROM data.
4. Using the key programmers specifically made for the purpose.
Dealing with the immobilizers call for professional experience and resources as well.

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My cobra ltd wont transmit

sub the mic first as a broken wire inside it can cause this, does transmit light come on when keyed?

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Cobra 29 ltd classic someone messed with all the lil screw ins and gave it to me, problem its having is , you hear some background white noise, try to key up but no TX? the dead key drops altho talkback...

That will need an oscilloscope to get it back right. we can fix for you. wouldn't cost much if all it is just out of alignment and nothing is broken...

Jan 02, 2011 | Cobra 29 LTD CB Radio

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Cobra 25 ltd wx classic

the mics on these cobras have a receive wire in them so the transmit will still work even if the receive wire is broken,if this wire is broken the unit will not make any sound...........remove the plug from the radio end of the mic and check the connections on the 5 pin connector.....(could be a cold solder or broken wire) or try a new mic or one that is proven work on another radio
hope this helps.................good luck!

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Cobra classic 29 ltd

Had fixed the same problem yesterday. My cobra worked when it wanted to, when it didn't it looked like you explained. I found out that on my cobra the blue wire on the mike connector was broken. When it disconnects, no sound. after soldering, everything works fine.

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Cobra immobiliser key

After ages searching finally found this on the Cobra site.... A8510 KEY PROGRAMING Ensure the immobiliser is disarmed :- 1) Switch the ignition ON and OFF three times then back to the ON position within seven seconds. 2) The LED on the dashboard will light up signaling the unit is in programming mode. 3) Touch an already programmed key onto receptical, the LED will extinguish for one second 4) Repeat step 3 for all other keys (Max of 4 touch keys) 5) To exit programming switch off the ignition key (unit will automatically exit programming after four keys) NOTE :- 1) Programing procedure can only entered with the system disarmed. 2) If all keys have been lost the system will need to be replaced

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No sound

The Cobra 25 requires the mic to be working for any sound to come out. My suggestion is that you first try a new mic. If this doesn't work, look real close at the board on the soldered side ( around the if section, thats the area that right under the waxed area on the component side of the board ) for cold solder joints ( broken lead solder) You may need a magnifing glass. Good Luck
NC Electronic
Mills, Wyoming

Dec 17, 2007 | Cobra 25 LTD 40-Channels Base CB Radio

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