You cannot program the remotes. They come pre-registered from the factory for a specific VIN.I am a automotive locksmith. Provide service in Denver and galveston texas. I can clone the flip key transponder or make new keys in a all key lost situation form year 2002 to 2018. But I cannot figure out how to program the remote rke feature.
Herr Dick, It's an acronym derived from the Deutsch words Elektronisches Zündschloss "EZS" Electronic Ignition Lock."EZS" ???
I've seen the T1N's SKREEM called a WSP, the ECM called a CR3, and the theft alarm called a VTA and EDW
.. but EZS is new to me (maybe it's the NCV3's ECM? or SKREEM equivalent?)
((it's quite possible that the RFID is part of the NCV3's ignition switch module ... whereas on a T1N it's in the SKREEM))
Sez the member with a 2006 ... so the answer is "No". (i.e. ain't possible).I have been searching for a few hours now, and can't seem to find what I'm looking for. Can't remember where I saw this but basically, the info was provided as to a sequence of "old key in" and "new key in" with turning on and such, and this would allow to program a virgin std key off of ebay for example (that has the RFID chip), and basically duplicate the coding that was in the old key.
Does this ring a bell for anyone? Or even sound possible?
RE-reading your question, though ...Thank you so much for your clear answer.
The lack of an RFID chip will only prevent the engine from starting and should bring up a 'Start Error' message in the display. It will not prevent the key from turning so you have a bad cut.Does the RFID prevent turning the key, or prevent starting?
Had a spare non rfid key made today. Works in all the doors but can't turn the ignition lock.
Other makes I have worked on the car might not start, or would start and die. Never seen an imobilizer prevent turning the key. I'm thinking the cut is bad.
And that would affect ALL the keys and not just the newly cut one!What Cheyenne said.
The ignition switch has more latches aka wafers than the door cylinders so the door cylinders can more tolerant of some improper key cut issues.
The RFID chip on the T1N is strictly for the electronics. It has nothing to do with the key cylinder operation. The key cylinder is all mechanical. There is an interlock cable from the shifter, but it is unlikely that it's involved in your problem.
I know that I've mentioned this before, but I'm old so get used to my repeating stories... verified by my immediate family....
Among the many reasons to make it able to turn the ignition is to power the power windows.