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Key reprogramming
« on: 14 March 2021, 09:11:39 »

Ive recently bought a lovely omega unfortunately ive only got one key for it, i no i can buy a blank to get cut using the key code i have but its the reprogramming side of things, i still have an old key from my last omega that i scrapped can i reprogram that key? Then just swop the blade over? Timsons what 140 for a new key cut and programmed! And thats for a 2 button key! Any help would be great 👍
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #1 on: 14 March 2021, 09:44:30 »

Ive recently bought a lovely omega unfortunately ive only got one key for it, i no i can buy a blank to get cut using the key code i have but its the reprogramming side of things, i still have an old key from my last omega that i scrapped can i reprogram that key? Then just swop the blade over? Timsons what 140 for a new key cut and programmed! And thats for a 2 button key! Any help would be great 👍
I think you'll find 140 is very reasonable.
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #2 on: 14 March 2021, 09:46:21 »

It's possible to use an old remote.
You need someone with a Tech2, that knows how to use it properly, to program the car to accept however many keys you have.


Is that 140 for all 3 parts? The key, remote and immobiliser chip? If so, I'd say it's towards the top end of reasonable. Try your Vauxhall dealer for an expensive price. They won't do it while you wait either.
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #3 on: 15 March 2021, 09:32:24 »

Ok so ive got an old complete key with a chip in it, ive ordered a new bladr cut to my key numbet so all i need now is Tech 2 to code it, the 140 was for a 2 button key not the 3 button i have, so next question is who has Tech2? There used to be a chap Alton way with it, Kevin Wood from memory?
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #4 on: 15 March 2021, 15:39:36 »

Yup, Kevin Wood is still there abouts :y

Btw, three button fobs are saloon only and two button estate only ;)
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #5 on: 19 March 2021, 15:16:48 »

Does Tech2 still require the security code? (Grey card normally in the front of the handbook) I know the knock off tool requires the code.

Last time I did a key, it 5 for a new blade. 7 to get it cut. 5 for the immob chip (has to be new). The fob and coding didn't cost me.
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #6 on: 24 March 2021, 18:10:59 »

Tech2 still needs Carpass


Costwise, I used to charge a tenner for a blank blade with immobiliser, 30 for genuine fob, and 20 to programme.  The local independent key cutters would cut the blank for 2.50 - 4 depending which way the wind was blowing.  The chains like Timpson would not cut, because the blank didn't come from them.


So, 140 is excessive.
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #7 on: 24 March 2021, 18:13:00 »

Tech2 still needs Carpass


Costwise, I used to charge a tenner for a blank blade with immobiliser, 30 for genuine fob, and 20 to programme.  The local independent key cutters would cut the blank for 2.50 - 4 depending which way the wind was blowing.  The chains like Timpson would not cut, because the blank didn't come from them.


So, 140 is excessive.
Only to a tight bastid, such as yourself  ;D
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #8 on: 24 March 2021, 18:15:34 »

Tech2 still needs Carpass


Costwise, I used to charge a tenner for a blank blade with immobiliser, 30 for genuine fob, and 20 to programme.  The local independent key cutters would cut the blank for 2.50 - 4 depending which way the wind was blowing.  The chains like Timpson would not cut, because the blank didn't come from them.


So, 140 is excessive.
Only to a tight bastid, such as yourself  ;D
Not tight, just poor ;D
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #9 on: 24 March 2021, 18:26:41 »

Tech2 still needs Carpass


Costwise, I used to charge a tenner for a blank blade with immobiliser, 30 for genuine fob, and 20 to programme.  The local independent key cutters would cut the blank for 2.50 - 4 depending which way the wind was blowing.  The chains like Timpson would not cut, because the blank didn't come from them.


So, 140 is excessive.
Only to a tight bastid, such as yourself  ;D
Not tight, just poor ;D
Stop buying toy helicopters then  :P
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Re: Key reprogramming
« Reply #10 on: 24 March 2021, 18:33:32 »

Tech2 still needs Carpass


Costwise, I used to charge a tenner for a blank blade with immobiliser, 30 for genuine fob, and 20 to programme.  The local independent key cutters would cut the blank for 2.50 - 4 depending which way the wind was blowing.  The chains like Timpson would not cut, because the blank didn't come from them.


So, 140 is excessive.
Only to a tight bastid, such as yourself  ;D
Not tight, just poor ;D
Stop buying toy helicopters then  :P
I've not bought one this year....
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