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Author Topic: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira  (Read 1091 times)

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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #75 on: 02 August 2019, 19:44:34 »

The above pic is half of an Astra H fob, showing the chip. The other half of the fob contains the blade, numbered 3579, and the battery. I appreciate this is way off the Vauxhall Zafira topic, and I apologise. I am still seeking a way of getting a spare key for less than 213.
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #76 on: 02 August 2019, 20:41:15 »

The above pic is half of an Astra H fob, showing the chip. The other half of the fob contains the blade, numbered 3579, and the battery. I appreciate this is way off the Vauxhall Zafira topic, and I apologise. I am still seeking a way of getting a spare key for less than 213.
All my Astra H and Vectra C blades are numbered 3579, must be the spare part number, not the cut.
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #77 on: 02 August 2019, 22:00:33 »


Fob is not the Omega fob. I presume the gold coloured piece is the chip.
the newer fobs for astra H have the transponder soldered to the board but there are 2 types valeo OR delphi(needs to match orgiginal)
I've not tried,but internet land says you need a virgin ,un-programmed board , NOT a second hand one

Zafira A and satra H and Omega  just has a little black wedge ID40 chip
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #78 on: 02 August 2019, 23:00:46 »

For arguments sake, presumably you would simply glue the Omega chip into the Vectra C fob if you wanted to replace your Omega fobs with new ones...  :y
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #79 on: 03 August 2019, 10:20:18 »


Fob is not the Omega fob. I presume the gold coloured piece is the chip.
the newer fobs for astra H have the transponder soldered to the board but there are 2 types valeo OR delphi(needs to match orgiginal)
I've not tried,but internet land says you need a virgin ,un-programmed board , NOT a second hand one

Zafira A and satra H and Omega  just has a little black wedge ID40 chip
Sorry that should read astra G , NOT astra H  :-[
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #80 on: 03 August 2019, 10:41:31 »


Fob is not the Omega fob. I presume the gold coloured piece is the chip.
the newer fobs for astra H have the transponder soldered to the board but there are 2 types valeo OR delphi(needs to match orgiginal)
I've not tried,but internet land says you need a virgin ,un-programmed board , NOT a second hand one

Zafira A and satra H and Omega  just has a little black wedge ID40 chip
Sorry that should read astra G , NOT astra H  :-[
That's ok, it didn't read either of those.  ;D
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #81 on: 03 August 2019, 10:48:40 »


Fob is not the Omega fob. I presume the gold coloured piece is the chip.
the newer fobs for astra H have the transponder soldered to the board but there are 2 types valeo OR delphi(needs to match orgiginal)
I've not tried,but internet land says you need a virgin ,un-programmed board , NOT a second hand one

Zafira A and satra H and Omega  just has a little black wedge ID40 chip
Sorry that should read astra G , NOT astra H  :-[
That's ok, it didn't read either of those.  ;D
I imagine your only interested in the alloy wheels and easy to fence personal belongings Uncle Stemo  ;D :D
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Re: Urgent Help needed - Vauxhall Zafira
« Reply #82 on: 06 August 2019, 19:30:02 »


Fob is not the Omega fob. I presume the gold coloured piece is the chip.
the newer fobs for astra H have the transponder soldered to the board but there are 2 types valeo OR delphi(needs to match orgiginal)
I've not tried,but internet land says you need a virgin ,un-programmed board , NOT a second hand one

Zafira A and satra H and Omega  just has a little black wedge ID40 chip
Sorry that should read astra G , NOT astra H  :-[
That's ok, it didn't read either of those.  ;D
I imagine your only interested in the alloy wheels and easy to fence personal belongings Uncle Stemo  ;D :D

Where is is all heart I think another of STEMO's hobbies is rescuing cats from underneath cars & these aren't the furry kind. ::) :-X
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