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KEY PROGRAMMING

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18 Dec 2013 18:17 #96679 by jimothy
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Is there a way to program the keys for a 2007 Jimny. ie immobiliser+ the central locking.
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27 Jan 2014 19:28 #102275 by auchenblae
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The key has a little chip in it with a unique number and you need the Suzuki kit to tell the car that a key should start the car. Oherwise go to Timpsons and they will kut a key for you and copy the unique number of a proper key to the copied key cost £35 but will take a few days to get in stock.

If you have the key with the remote in it then to programme the remote you need to go over the instructions available online to teach it to the car. the instructions have a mistake in them.

You still need to use the Suzuki kit to tell that key to start the car.

Unlike in some other cars if you lock the car with a remote you can unlock the door it with the key. Not in my MK3 MX5 or Impreza without the alarm going off.

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27 Jan 2014 20:46 #102288 by Rhinoman
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I think that there is a sequence for the remote locking. The key can be matched using the Suzuki kit, some locksmiths tools or using an SDL interface.

Some Suzukis and a bunch of motorcycles.

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27 Jan 2014 21:51 #102300 by Grasshopper
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I know that I have the Suzuki service supplement covering my 2002 remote key code procedure (if that the same), just need to find it. Should have been with the manual will have another rummage ASAP.

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27 Jan 2014 22:31 #102311 by Grasshopper
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Ok this worked for me on a 2002 model, important bit is leave drivers window open.

RG413, RG415 & SN413 (Japanese built Ignis &Jimny Models)

Transmitter Code Registration Procedure

If transmitter or door lock controller is replaced with a new one, register key code as follows:

1. Confirm that the vehicle is in the following condition.
* All doors are closed
* Ignition key is out of ignition switch
* Driver side door is unlocked and its window is open.

2. Disconnect negative (-) cable from battery.

3. After 30 seconds, perform the following procedure within 60 seconds.

a) Connect negative (-) cable to battery
b) Operate drive side door lock button (1) from lock to unlock twice
c) Push 'LOCK' button on transmitter and confirm that all doors cycle from unlock/lock/unlock
d) Push driver side door lock button to 'LOCK' position
e) Push 'LOCK' button on transmitter twice and confirm that all doors cycle from unlock/lock/unlock

With this, code registration is completed.

NOTE:

* Two transmitter codes can be registered at the same time
* When the third transmitter code is registered, the oldest one will be cleared automatically

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29 Jan 2014 15:41 #102518 by Basketcase
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For a 2007 reg you'll need to take it and all keys you want to work the car to a Suzuki dealer it's done through the Suzuki computer and clears all keys then re loads the data back to the keys(assuming you have the key with lock and unlock buttons on it)

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11 Apr 2018 17:55 #191583 by Bosanek
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I decided to continue in this topic instead of making a new one, as I believe that I have a similar situation.

It is a petrol Jimny made in 2013 in Japan (type 9 model).

It originally had a standard key (no buttons on it) plus a separate remote controller for remote central locking of all vehicle's doors.

Well that remote controller thingy got lost.

Now the car can be (un)locked only by putting the key in a door lock, like in an old vehicle.


So, there are now two questions:
1. Where to obtain another remote controller (Suzuki dealers ask a high price ...)? Perhaps from a vehicle junkyard, or new aftermarket of the same quality?
2. How to program the new remote controller to the car?

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11 Apr 2018 18:02 #191584 by Riccy
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Dont know about programming it (auto electrical specialist?) but the key is easy to get:

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12 Apr 2018 10:15 #191612 by yakuza
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I bought this or a similar item. It works and I can program my excisting keys in my 2005 jimny.
You will need the correct immo chips to program it to your car.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.

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12 Apr 2018 10:17 #191613 by yakuza
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remember that not all Jimnys have the reciever for the remote so on my car i could not program a remote even though the car data from suzuki said i could.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.

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12 Apr 2018 17:50 #191629 by helijohn
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yakuza wrote: remember that not all Jimnys have the reciever for the remote so on my car i could not program a remote


This has me a little confused because if you don't have the receiver then can't you simply use a non coded key?

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13 Apr 2018 06:50 - 13 Apr 2018 06:55 #191648 by yakuza
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helijohn wrote:

yakuza wrote: remember that not all Jimnys have the reciever for the remote so on my car i could not program a remote


This has me a little confused because if you don't have the receiver then can't you simply use a non coded key?


The programmer is used for the immo chip, the small one below the key on the picture of the key above here.
There is an antenna/signal booster near the ignition key and your key (chip) have to be programmed to the ECU.
The reciever for the remote lock/unlock button sender is a different thing and not all jimnys have it.
I tried to use a key remote like the one above here but there is no reciever on my car.
I have installed an aftermarket reciever/key sender hooked up to the wiring for the buttons in the door.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
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