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Fail message when I try to use the emergency code

I have my keys but they dont seem to work and mistakenly activated the immobiliser. when I tried to use the emergency code, I made an error with the code and since then I cant input the correct code as it only shows the fail message

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You will have to take the vehicle to someone with the capabilities to reprogram the keys to the vehicle either a vw dealer or someone who has vagcom it is the only way there is no shortcut or bypass to program the keys you need a scantool for vw

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