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    Wanted any old toyota Camry Keys 1998 and the Keyless Fob, doing some experiments, trying programming etc. just for a hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLVIEW103 View Post
    Wanted any old toyota Camry Keys 1998 and the Keyless Fob, doing some experiments, trying programming etc. just for a hobby.

    thank you.
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    yes i bought an old camry a couple of weeks ago, Just trying to get a spare key thats all nothing detrimental !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLVIEW103 View Post
    yes i bought an old camry a couple of weeks ago, Just trying to get a spare key thats all nothing detrimental !!
    well it was worth a try, just thought someone might have some old keys laying around

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    Hi to a local in our great city - of Perth!

    Gumtree might be worth a try - I remember the car - model well.

    A locksmith might be able to tweak something - if you can get a key that is close enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David071 View Post
    Hi to a local in our great city - of Perth!

    Gumtree might be worth a try - I remember the car - model well.

    A locksmith might be able to tweak something - if you can get a key that is close enough.

    Yes i got a blank cut but it will only open doors and boot, wont start engine, i need a key with a chip then i can try to programme it, toyota wants $150 for a key. i have been searching the net about the programming its not that hard .

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    Have you tried ebay or Aliexpress for a blank key or fob with chip ?
    Usually they are only $20 or so and they are easier enough to program.
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    I have an autel diagnostic computer which will program the keys if you get a blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rewstar View Post
    Have you tried ebay or Aliexpress for a blank key or fob with chip ?
    Usually they are only $20 or so and they are easier enough to program.
    Yep, got two new blank keys from eBay for my Hilux for $30. Programmed them 'in-car' and got my local mister-minute to cut them. The original key's clamshell housing is broken, so it is safely stored away as a backup.

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    Yes well i sold the Camry and did well, now i have a 2005 hyundai accent just need a spare remote key for that, checked a few joints out they want upwards of $200 for a remote or around $170 for a basic key

    that has a chip that will start the car. checked ali express i can get a remote with transponder for around $40 but still have to get it programmed, on the net it tells you how to programme but does it work ???

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    My autel will do the hyundai for a carton of beer.....

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    Hoe, you might be getting drunk. Do you need the car, too, or just the key?
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    Need to plug into the obd2 if it can't be programmed via ignition sequence

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    wanna buy a obd2???
    . Please treat people as you would like to be treated yourself.

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    HYUNDAI REMOTE CONTROL KEY RE-PROGRAMMING

    1. Remove the lower crash panel and locate the Remote control receiver unit.

    2. The switch on the side of the unit should be switched to the SET position.

    3. Press the Door lock button or unlock button on the Transmitter quickly.

    4. Return the switch to OFF position and then test remote control.

    Programming remotes on 16 pin OBD Systems

    1. Locate the small black box below the steering column for remote func-

    tion.

    2. Remove the small piece of tape to uncover a hole with a switch inside.

    3. With the ignition on, move the switch to the "SET" position.

    4. Press the button on ALL remotes needed for the vehicle.

    5. Return the switch to the "OFF" position.

    6. Switch off the ignition and test all remotes.

    Additions: Hyundai Key Remote Control Plip Fob (also known as Zapper) Reprogramming and Programming Free Instructions

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    Additions: Hyundai Key Remote Control Plip Fob (also known as Zapper) Reprogramming and Programming Free Instruction
    What does this mean Hoe? Mine is a keyless ignition, does that make a difference? (i45 Premium)
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    some have to have the remote and the security chip programmed seperately.



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