Honda City i-Dtec Remote Key In 2014, Honda introduced a new key in its City car (both petrol and diesel). Here are few pics of new Honda Key. It has a 2 buttons remote and sensor/immobilizer was not detectable on JMA TRS 500 cloning machine.Continue reading »
Although many Fiat Palio doesn’t have immobiliser in them but there are few which can be easily identified by “Code” Light in their display console. You can find this light near speedometer and its in Orange color. You need to turn “ON” the ignition before this light will be visible.Continue reading »
We got a Mahindra Xylo, which only had one key and that too was broken. Since the key was originally with remote so customer was not willing to take non-remote key. He insisted that his original key should be repaired so that he can use his key normally.Continue reading »
Nearly all the Maruti Suzuki Cars (2007+ Models) sold in India have an immobilizer chip in their keys. They refer to this technology as i-CATS system. You will find either ID 65, ID 40 or ID 46 chips in these keys. 800 (2007+ models) : ID 65 Alto (2007 – 2010) : ID 65 Alto (2010+ models) : ID 46 manchesterContinue reading »
Indian Toyota cars have mostly 4 types of immobiliser sensor in its keys, namely
- ID 4C (in old Corolla and Camry)
- ID 60 (in few 2005-06 model Innova)
- ID 67 (in most of 2005-09 model Innova, Corolla Altis, Etios and Liva)
- G-series chip (in 2009+ Innova, Fortuner etc.)
You can cut the rubber grip on key to reveal its sensor and take it out from it.
This video is suitable for Toyota Innova, Corolla, Altis, Etios, Liva, Fortuner and Camry keys. If you have any any of these cars and want to extract sensor from them then you can take help of above video to extract sensor from it. No professional tools is required except from a simple blade.
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