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Hyundai Sensor Extraction

Many Hyundai car has immobiliser chip in its key. These are either ID 46 or ID 60 chips. If your key is broken, worn-out or damaged then you can extract the sensor from your existing key to use in new key. You can also use this process to extract existing chip to use in a new Flip Key.

You can apply this procedure on Hyundai Santro, Atos, I-10, I10 Grand, EON, I20, Accent, Verna, Elantra, Sonnata, Tucson and Santa FE.

Note: Immobiliser chip is highly prone to damage. Even a minor scratch on chip can render it  useless. Take it out carefully as damaged chip will not work and you will not be able to start your car with it.

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8 thoughts on “Hyundai Sensor Extraction

  1. Hi, I have Hyundai Accent can you convert my normal key with remote to flip key.
    How much you will charge for it?

  2. i have grand i10 and am get 2key one with remote and 2nd is normal key so can i convert normal key to remote flip key if yes so what is the cost?

  3. Hi, I am buying the Hyundai Eon Kappa , can you convert my normal remote key to flip Key. What will be your charges for the conversion?

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