NoFixed Abode: I am confused. So can I use a key that isn't the correct one for my
vehicle? I lost my keys, now will get a Used ignition barrel and key From
breakers but need to recode immobiliser. Will this work with different key
to what is coded to immobiliser box?
Steven Bozzo jr: If a relay is just a switch why can't you just wrap a wire around the key
and loop it around the ignition??
Skwisgar2322: the direction you hook a relay up can make a difference if It has a
Fly-back diode to suppress negative voltage spikes when it is disconnected.
a relatively small inductor (which is what the solenoid in a relay is) can
generate hundreds of negative volts for a brief instant when it is
disconnected, the diode limits it to about -0.6V
millwrightman99: nice informative video .
It makes me sick how dealers rape the public , charging 150 bucks or more
for a five dollar key , its a ten cent chip in plastic .And they wonder why
nobody trusts dealers .Bunch of scumbag crooks .
Michael Tanney: This makes no sense. All you're doing is using the relay in reverse to
generate a field around your key which will be communicated to your
ignition aerial (tumbler). But you still need a valid key for the car,
otherwise you'll be transmitting an invalid code from an invalid
transponder chip ? This might be useful if the ignition aerial in your car
is broken, but that has nothing to do with the $500 key you discussed at
the start of the video. Are you mental ? Or Showing off.
John Stiltner: I've done this a few times but a lot easier I take the transponder out and
crazy glue it to the lock cylinder I just cut it out of the plastic on the
key I don't have to mess with any wires or relays
Derek Greenhalgh: why not just tape the key inside the plastic housing out of sight, same
thing quicker and less faff, or take the transponder out of the only key
and tape that inside the plastic surround. No need for relays, wires all
Diltp: May or may not work depending on the system you are working with.
Definitely will not work on a Toyota / Lexus vehicle. No matter what, it
will be cause for any insurance company to deny a claim for stolen vehicle.
Do you really want to throw away thousands of dollars in insurance premiums
to avoid paying for a proper key? Just find a good locksmith and have a
couple of keys made. The key used in this example can be had at my shop for
less than $100.00. An additional key programmed during the same programming
session is an additional $35.00. Much better solution than invalidating
your theft insurance coverage.
Kirk Heideman: Ok so my mother has a 2010 Dodge Ram charger and about a year ago she lost
one fobik key so she is down to one, well my mother and step father are
going through a divorce, quite an ugly one , she went to get the last bit
of her stuff out of their house and my step dad yanked the keys out of the
ignition and unintentionally started the truck so my mother hauled balls
but now has no key. Will this work on her truck
Joseph Hoffmann: Why the hell would you want to do this. Now it will be easier for thieves
to steel your car. The chip is there for a reason and not to be messed
with. Tell me this Do you want a thief to take your car which you have paid
good money for? I think not.
Go buy a new key!!
relik0fages: Wouldn't it be easier just to pull the transponder from the key and glue it
near the ignition?
d mac: I used this on my 20 year old Holden 5 litre v8. No worries. Saved me $200.
george estes: what if you dont have a key
Chris K: To satisfy my curiosity, I tried this procedure and, it dint work. It may
work on some immobilizer systems but I don't think it will work on modern
sophisticated security systems. I'll give you an example > I tested this
procedure on a vehicle equipped with the Phillips Crypto ID 46 security
system (for those of you with knowledge in this area) and it didn't work. I
understand most of the procedure. But, I find one part of his explanation a
little vague. Namely, I need a detailed definition on connection of the
ignition wire to the relay. The relay consists of 4 pins 30, 87, 85 and
86. Some relays have 5 pins, two of which are "87". But this is
irrelevant. It all makes sense except the ignition wire, which is usually
located/wired on or around the ignition switch. Now, my question is this,
according to his explanation, pins 30 & 87 make up the loop and, pin 85 is
of course earth. The ignition wire must then be connected to the last
available pin on the relay. Which, of course, is pin 86. But I find the
information somewhat contradictory. He describes in one instance the
ignition wire as being a cranking (and he does use the word cranking)
ignition wire (that tells me it would be the starter motor feed wire) and
in another instance, he reports the ignition wire when in the accessories
position "HOT" (meaning voltage) then in the start position also HOT, then
it goes cold when the ignition is switched off. So which one is it? The
starter feed wire or, the general 12V ignition feed wire. Given there is
usually more than one of these ignition wires around the ignition, that's
HOT, which one do you pick? May be some one better understands his
I still don't think this apparatus will manipulate some sophisticated
security systems. I could be wrong.
Ian Smale: In Canada, a transponder ignition key is Legally mandatory if your car is
2007 or newer. IF your car is stolen, and recovered and examined, and
the examiner finds the transponder is bypassed, YOU WILL NOT BE COVERED by
insurance. DON"T DO IT. Keep the security, it is there for a reason.
Locksmiths are a reasonable cost alternative to getting transponder keys
from the dealer! As far as taping a transponder up under the column
housing, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Many of them are
directional and some won't work if they are even 1/4 inch too far away from
the antenna ring.
Eddie Suerte Felipe: Haven't try this but technically it will work as the coil you created will
send signal to the electronic receiver. But why not just zip-tight one key
with working transponder INSIDE the steering covering near the ignition
panchovillaxx7: Wouldn't be easier to use 2 wires and a push switch from the starter? Turn
the key to acc position then click the switch?
shahid quayum: great videao, clear and precise. i have just bought andriod 4.2.2 and this
has a brown wire. would this be same as green in your video. also would you
please send the link to relays. i have been told about self powered relay
for canbus wiring can you help on this topic.
i have just bought mercedes viano and this keeps on throwing errors on dash
with canbus issues. i installed two rear number plate blubs that i replaced
with smd/leds and got the message on dash "check………. blubs" thanks in
advance and accept
Chan Raxter: Since you sacrifice a key doing all this anyway, why would you not just
tape a key under the steering column cover? What am I missing?
Spoif: There seems to be no point in using the relay. Why not just install a
regular DPST switch, as opposed the overly involved relay crap. If that
thing you've made fails when you're driving, then bye-bye power steering
and brake assist. I just had to buy an extra key with transponder for my
car and happily paid $200, because my life as well as my partner's is worth
more than that.
William Asbell: where in the hell did you come from???
Nick Bruno: How to make a cheap transponder key bypass: http://youtu.be/X07aa5mYEZk
JeffreyJames Halvorson: this video is useless if you do not have the key to do it with
acs4llc: All I did for my '04 F-150 is put the key right under the ignition switch
and it's completely fooled. Regular blanks work now. On this truck, you
just pull the rubber grommet around the ignition and set the factory key
right there. The original key just has to be close enough to the ignition
for it to pick up it's signal. It's as if there's a place for it on my
truck. It's true, the other original key won't start it now.
Tess Watson: when i changed my ignition the security kicked in my key never had a
transponder chip. how can I start my truck
Jere Moore: This is certainly an option, and I appreciate the video, but it turned out
to be not what I expected. It seems in the video that the only key and the
key cylinder are always connected together with that 3-4 ft. wire. So the
key always remains in the car, not to mention the aesthetics of the whole
thing with the wires and all. Am I interpreting this correctly?
Also, what kind of key are you starting with? If you don't have a key,
which is the scenario that you are illustrating, then you first must get a
key cut for the car. That means giving the dealer the VIN and proving that
you own the car. That will cost $50 to $100, as far as I can tell. It will
open the doors and turn the ignition lock, but it will not crank the car as
it has not been programmed. So the cost would actually be $10 + $50 (or
more). Again, am I interpreting this correctly?
Thanks for the video.
Christopher Bielstein: My boyfriend has a Chrysler Sebring and I have a Dodge Ram 1500. My
question is, can I program his car key to my truck even though the key for
the car wont turn my ignition cylinder?
Bjørn Madsen: locksmiths never asked for transponders. Locksmiths were just peachy being
able to impression a key that would operate a vehicle, or sight reading the
wafers in the door and having a working key in minutes. Transponders were
foisted on all of us by the auto industry.
Kaylen S: What is the point of this if you already have a working programmed key....
Jere Moore: Ah, I see below that you say that you must have one functioning key. So now
I do not understand the purpose of the video at all. If you have the key,
then there are many places that can duplicate it (fairly or relatively)
inexpensively. Sorry if I'm being a little dense on this.
EvendimataE: transponder keys are less than $20 on ebay or amazom....have a spare so you
don't have to go through this
reginald kelley: Having a hard time finding someone in Chicago who knows how to beat the
security system in it 90 car wont start at times sometimes wedgie in
Billy Wilder: How to make a cheap transponder key bypass: http://youtu.be/X07aa5mYEZk
MzBossy912: I lost my key and busted up my cylinder a little bit... Found the key but
now the car will only crank with gas directly into the carburetor but it
wont stay running... Tried to but a new ignition cylinder but when
attempting the new key programming the error message says "antenna not
connected" .. Any suggestions??? Can I use this process to crank up with my
already programmed key??
1999 Crown Vic
TherealElliot: I can see no reason why this shouldn't work, but just a word of warning.
The reason for having the immobilizer and RF key is to stop anyone from
steeling your car by simply removing/bypassing the cylinder lock on the
ignition, and driving off with your car. If you carry out this mod on your
car all anyone has to do to steel your car is stick a heavy duty
screwdriver in the ignition and use a monkey wrench to turn it. Also I'm
pretty sure doing this mod will invalidate you insurance.
Edgar Alvarado: My only question us why the relay? Why not just connect straight to power
and be done with it.
Geoffery Joseph: is a very good video for anyone wondering it seems this is for those
trying to get new keys to work with ecu`s or new ecu`s with keys as that
can cost to code in. maybe so I hope this works
thanks for the vid
when you say "when you put your key into ignition it needs to be hot "
what does that mean i`m from the uk England and cant quite get what
exactly I need to do and look for in this part
reginald kelley: Having a hard time in Chicago finding someone who knows how to do the
security system with VAT any suggestions
Aundreeaaxo: will this work if I lost my key but I made a copy of it a while back but
there is no transponder chip in the copy of the key but it does fit my
Lewis Bogle: Get to the point.
Leighton Williams: Well since posting my last question ive had a guiy come out and program two
new keys. they worked well for the first two months, now I am getting the
same red light on the dash. I took my rfid read er and i am not getting no
signal from the immobilizer ring that goes around the ignition lock. Now if
I make one of these transponder bypasses will the bypass relay act as my
immoblizer box and tell the anti theft i have the right key
Kathy Garcia: I lost the chip to start the jeep, only have a key which is worthless
without the chip. Are you saying this will work without the chip using the
Geoffery Joseph: in your video it shows 1 key wrapped in coil
1.do i use this key to start ignition
2.or just use it as a transponder to sit in car
3.or can i do both
Amr Shafy: How to make a cheap transponder key bypass: http://youtu.be/X07aa5mYEZk
Joey Sutterfield: What if the wire that go from the ignition key switch is broken how do you
fix it then it may not be a lost key
TheBladepolisher: I gues you don't have to worry about losing your key...... how do you go
about transporting your car key after this?
steve STA: why not just clip the transponder ring off and tie your old key to it then
tuck it behind the dash like I often do when a customer doesn't want to
pay(us, the dealer) for coding?
Spencer Burrows: Hi, I am in the UK, i have lost my key/fob for my rover 214. how would i
get into it and start it? I would be really grateful if you could help me
AAMIR VHORA: email@example.com
Bruno Branco: Does this go the same for a scooter? i haver a Peugeot Elyseo 50cc and i
cannot start the damn thing! :s