Programming the remote in test mode

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Boris
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by Boris » 16 Oct 2010, 08:31

So it is true that it is not even possible to programm used key from another car to start the engine?

bas
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by bas » 16 Oct 2010, 09:08

Boris wrote:So it is true that it is not even possible to programm used key from another car to start the engine?
Yes, it is true.

Pozdrawiam BAS

Boris
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by Boris » 16 Oct 2010, 12:38

bas wrote:
Boris wrote:So it is true that it is not even possible to programm used key from another car to start the engine?
Yes, it is true.

Pozdrawiam BAS
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Thanks for the answer.

kikitron
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by kikitron » 05 Nov 2010, 11:10

Is there any option to programm new Remote Control in Alfa 147 1,9JTD ori is it possible only for Fiat ?

Mike S
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by Mike S » 02 Apr 2011, 21:02

Just one note - DO NOT DO IT WITH A BLUETOOTH ELM INTERFACE. There is a big timing problem with these bluetooth interfaces.

Yani

Great program! I have the free version of multiecuscan and I am a newcomer to Fiats too. I have a Stilo JTD 1.9 2004 53 reg.
What has led me to this program is the feature of programming the remote locking.

I already have a PLX kiwi bluetooth OBD interface, which is one of the better bluetooth adaptors on the market. It seems to work ok with multiecuscan with my
brief experiements on it and reads live data smoothly with no timing delays yet.

So my question is, I have bought a second hand key off ebay which I want to program the remote locking with. Based on your warning above, do I risk damaging something or is the risk it just will not work? I would like to try since I have the kit any way, before I consider buying an expensive cable from gendan and paying to register the software.

Thanks
Mike

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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by yani » 05 Apr 2011, 15:17

Mike S wrote:
Just one note - DO NOT DO IT WITH A BLUETOOTH ELM INTERFACE. There is a big timing problem with these bluetooth interfaces.
So my question is, I have bought a second hand key off ebay which I want to program the remote locking with. Based on your warning above, do I risk damaging something or is the risk it just will not work? I would like to try since I have the kit any way, before I consider buying an expensive cable from gendan and paying to register the software.
This information is outdated. The newer versions of Multiecuscan work very well with the bluetooth ELM 327 interface.
So, the answer to your question is - YES, you can use the bluetooth ELM interface to program the keys. I've done this many times to my Stilo for testing with no problems at all.

kido.resuri
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Re: Programming the remote in test mode

Post by kido.resuri » 08 Jun 2018, 20:02

I know it's an old post but... Is it possible to program a used remote for Fiat Punto '99 and '03?

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