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flip key info thread

Discussion in 'Mk4 Ibiza FAQ's (6L) 2002-2008' started by gazjones, Nov 4, 2006.

  1. actionman

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    Hi

    yes i'm in Huddersfield. I can supply, cut & program either a none remote key or remote key. Choice is yours, i always have them in stock & have cutting equipment in my van

    Craig
     
  2. Rvmne

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    Ah that sounds a lot easier! Thanks for that.
    I'll let you know how I get on

    You don't happen to be down again anytime soon do ya? Lol
     
  3. Rvmne

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    I found someone to do the vagcom but he's asking about an SKC code which he said would be on the non remote key which I don't have. Is there anyway I can find this out?
     
  4. actionman

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    not got anything else booked in down your way as yet. That can change anytime though
     
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    hey guys sorry if its been covered, but I couldn't read through all 99 pages of this thread!
    I read somewhere that it doesn't matter what frequency you go for (433MHz or 434MHz) because they are just rounded up or down. I have a 433MHz key and I want a flip key, but the 433MHz are so much more expensive than the 434Mhz!
    Can anyone shed some light on this matter, or has anyone used a different frequency than stated on their original key?
     
  6. actionman

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    if you don't buy the correct part number remote for your year/model car then it doesn't matter what mhz you go for because it won't work if part number is wrong

    also you don't have to read back that many pages, i've posted loads of messages all over the forum stating what part number is needed for each year/model Seat
     
  7. Mark_Karting

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    When I opened up the spare key with no remote there was nothing at all inside except the glass immobiliser tube. Do I need to open my remote key to get the chip from that?


    Also I can't find my part number on the list, it's 1J0 959 753 DJ. MK4 Ibiza Facelift. Will this work or have I bought the wrong key, Thanks
     
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  8. actionman

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    if it's not on the list then what do you think? ;) The DJ remote you've bought is 1 i've never used & i've done keys for most VAG models from late 90s

    1J0 959 753 CT / 1J0 959 753 AG 2 button flip remote

    Seat Ibiza 2003-2008
    Seat Leon 2002-2005
    Seat Toledo 2002-2004

    1J0 959 753 DA / 1J0 959 753 AH 3 button flip remote

    Seat Leon 2002-2005
    Seat Toledo 2001-2003

    1J0 959 753 N 2 button flip remote

    Seat Ibiza 2001-2003
    Seat Leon 2000-2002
    Seat Toledo 2000-2002

    1K0 959 753 / 1K0 959 753 G 3 button flip remote

    Seat Altea 2004-2008
    Seat Altea XL
    Seat Leon 2005-2008
    Seat Toledo 2005-2008

    1K0 959 753 N (NEC) 3 button flip remote

    SEAT Ibiza 2009-2011
    SEAT Leon 2009-2013

    If you've already got a normal fixed blade remote & a manual transponder key then put the transponder from the manual key into your new flip remote, once you've bought the correct part number that is. That way you will have 2 fully working remote keys. I don't see the point in removing the transponder from your original remote as it will make it not able to start your car, just use the transponder from the manual key


    Craig
     
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  9. Mark_Karting

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    No problem, thanks for the info. Shall go get the correct part number.

    The thing with the non remote key is that is has no transponder in it! It's completely empty, therefore what other option do I have than to take it out my remote key?
     
  10. actionman

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    in your other post you said that there's a glass immob tube inside it, that's the transponder, the transponder has nothing to do with the remote ;)
     
  11. Mark_Karting

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    Aah, me being an idiot then. I was expecting a wee white chip. No problem :)
     
  12. actionman

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    no worries, you're not the 1st to get a bit mixed up & you certainly won't be the last! lol! :D
     
  13. actionman

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    The SKC is on key tag supplied with the car when new. The majority of which have been lost over the years. So the SKC needs to be pulled from the car itself. However the SKC isn't needed to program the remote, it's only needed for programming transponders to the immob.

    I'm also doing another trip down South next Saturday if you still haven't got it sorted
     
  14. actionman

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    Right folks!

    i know i've had people South of me ask when i'm going to be doing another South trip so i'd thought i'd let everybody know that on Saturday 22nd June i'm going to be heading from Huddersfield to Cobham services on the M25 to do a group buy for some peeps from the TT forum

    I'm going to be getting to Cobham for about 9-9.30 so anybody interested & is nearby is welcome to meet there or if you're not near there I can do a detour on my way home
     
  15. Nick6L

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    Hi guys I've just bought a ibiza sport it's only come with one key, it's a fixed blade type If I get a couple of flip type keys is I just a matter of coding the new key and getting the blades cut to my car? Sorry if this is a repeated question I'm new here

    Thanks in advance Nick
     
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    Hi for me need seat altea 2005 flip key. I have old key but not work central lock. Maybe can help me find? Very very need help
     
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    Brilliant info on this thread - thanks to all who have contributed... Will let you know how I get on!
     
  18. rhinatron

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    Hi all,

    I've got one transponder only key, and looking to get a remote one.

    Got a key ordered from ebay (remote 2 button) and hopefully will be ok to program that to locking system. Spoke to my local timpsons and they will cut the blade and copy transponder code for £25... so about £50 all in. Obviously no guarantee with that, but worth the risk at that price? £155 for them to supply all parts.

    is it straightforward to program new remote if you already have one (none remote) key?


    Cheers!
     
  19. AllanM487

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    Hi guys,

    Wonder if anyone can help. I have just bought a Leon FR mk 3 and the key is looking a little tired.

    Electronically its fine and in good working order. The blade is ok too. But, and its only a vanity thing, the fob itself looks like its been through the mill.

    Does anyone know where I can get a refurb kit or spare casing and button pad?

    Every google search either brings up "glove" type sleeves or the wrong kind of key blank.

    This is the part number 5F0 959 752B. Cheapest alternative I've found, so far, is a 2nd hand key at £44.00 or the Seat stick on covers. (which would be great, but the button pad is so out of shape, that the "top" cover would not sit flush)

    Thanks in advance.

    Allan
     
  20. robt880

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    Actionman tried to message you but no joy
    I only have 1 key (none flip but with transponder) for my 06 ibiza, might be a long shot but would a 3 button fob be made to work ?
    I'm interested in getting the key through you if your still offering that
    Send me a message
     

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