G Money: How are radio waves transmitted using a piece of blue wire?
King David: Dude you should charge for this video. What you are saying is the truth, try all this with a Lexus double laser cut key , a nightmare is not even close. God bless you for telling people smart enough to open their eyes to what you have to say.
Jansel Rodriguez: will this work on a 96 ford mustang cobra?
Matt Steen: Anyone get this working? Tried for a good hour and the car just dies every time no matter the configuration. I even went so far as to wrap the wire around the bare chip
James Henrisson: how about getting a standard metal key cut. then cable tie the transpodant key to the key reader behind steering shroud.
Q Tran: Lol. So how many of you idiots following this video had your car stollen already. When we steal cars, we usually yank the covers off the steering column. And if I see a dumb ass purple wire looped around the key cylinder, I'll just follow the wire. And BAM!!! key sent from heaven!!! ( oh wait, it was the owner who left it for me!!) guess I don't have to do extra work. Lol. Even if I don't find the key. I'll just have to jump power and ignition and tap my starter wire. Oh snaps. Don't have to bypass chip. Why???? Because the owner did the favor for me!!!!! I have a better idea if you think this video is awesome!!!!! Take your only KEY!!!! Put super glue on it. And stick it in the cylinder. And BAM!!! You'll never have to cut a key again. My way is cheaper. 99 cents for super glue. And you only have to use a little bit. Save the rest for your next few cars you have to buy after it gets stolen.
Love everything: Just hide,the real key inside the plastic near the steering column by the ignition...its RF so it will pick it up..no need for relay, wire all that jazz...works on a f150
Dave Doogan: Does he really believe what he is saying
1936_CAT22: I bought 2 new uncut "chipped" keys for my car off Ebay ($5.50ea.), had them cut at the locksmiths shop at work (free), searched the internet for instructions on how to get my cars ECM (Engine Computer Management system) to add the new keys RFID codes into the ECM's memory and viola! Simple as that. Each key has an RFID chip in it that has a programmed ID code already "burned" into the chip. no two are the same. With my car, it requires that you have one valid key that has already had its RFID code stored in the car's ECM. The ring you see in this video is an antenna. When you turn the ignition on, the cars ECM pulses a signal thru the antenna and the RFID chip returns its code to the computer. If the code is stored in the ECM's memory, the anti-theft circuit then gives permission for the ignition circuit to be energized which will allow the car to start. If a non-chipped key or a chipped key that has not been stored in the ECM is used to try and start the car, then your engine is just going to crank over, but not start.
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Richard Copeland: technically not a bypass if you need the original key to do it that's just a way so you can use dummy keys or a switch and push button but that doesn't help "said" person whos truck is sitting in a parking lot with no key what so ever
Rick Pickford: This is a scam to get you to watch his videos. This does nothing. A relay?
TheSolidPlaya: will this work for a 2004 Saab 93, think i need a new CIM module, but not sure, do you take apart the ignition and figure out which wires are transceiver wires, and then hook them up into the relay ...anything else?
veritas vos liberabit: To the point......to much talking!
Phil tutz: Or, remove transponder ring and tape transponder key to it in the correct position. tuck assy behind ign cowling. For those that are arsed about anti theft, there's not many thieves will pick up the mod. Most European cars have the transponder ring behind a trim which means the "mod" is invisible to the naked eye
Jesus Sotelo: will this work on a 05 Magnum. please I need help
Cornell White: awesome information, would this work on a 2001 Nissan Sentra 1.8 any key? or does the transponder key need to be for the exact vehicle. Lost key Totally need help.....
Romppai's Outdoors: I don't see the link on your website that you say is at the bottom right for wiring diagrams for you car.trucks??
NoKeysNecessary: will this work on a 2009 GMC sierra?
shivam sewal: Hi like you said the ignition wire is same as starter wire or a different one? my car needs the key to be turned twice first turn accessories second turn on position where all the lights in dashboard come on power windows work and Ac then 3rd turn to start the car. so which position wire I choose 1,2, or 3. 1 being for accessories, 2 for on, and 3 for start ? I have a 2008 Suzuki sx4 sedan front wheel drive little help please
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