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phelbas

does the red part of a gtr key come out if so how

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I have a second blank key, and a transponder chip that came out of a japan installed remote start device that fooled the stock immobilizer into thinking there is a correct key present.

How do I remove the red part if this is even possible? (before digging at it with a razor blade perhaps should ask)

alternatively, who currently duplicates a key in sydney. I did phone Tom at the sydney locksmith place recommended previously and he suggested I try the chip implant first.

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answering my own question here for completeness, the transponder tray if it slides out at all perhaps needs some kind of tool to compress the sides.

Here is a tray and chip I found in my old alarm system - to allow remote start to work. It was contained in a box with relays, a coil round the chip and a booster antenna.

A red color means non crypto transponder chip however cloning them away from the car is a black art. A “prepared” but blank chip is needed, the spare key I purchased ages ago turned out not to have a chip in it at all!

r34 of the era is NATS2 (NATS1 did not use a transponder chip) obviously a new key can be programmed by Nissan Consult but some of the right key programming tools may also work for cloning. I think in locksmith terms the transponder type is ID41

The way I dug the tray out was by damaging the visible part and pulling with needle nose pliers.

I still have no idea how to remove the tray correctly.

anyway because my Japan installed alarm had a spare chip in it, I am good. The locksmith (mistermint) wanted to charge $90 to code a blank chip but his device did not give him a clone option using the working key.

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