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      01-17-2013, 06:15 AM   #1
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I've lost of the keys, does any c-hing knows where I can purchase and code a bmw key in HK instead of going to the stealer?
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Maybe this? I saw in the back pages of cazbuyer used car mag.

http://wwt2011.com.hk/index.php?id=13
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Maybe this? I saw in the back pages of cazbuyer used car mag.

http://wwt2011.com.hk/index.php?id=13

Thanks, I know this one and their charge is close to stealer's. Any other suggestions please?
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try hitag2. it works for programming our keys. google it.
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wonder if that hitag thing works. My stupid keyfob went out of sync after dealer ecu update
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I've just lost mine. Where did you end up go with and how much did they charge you? Thanks for sharing.
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I've haven't got the replacement yet. The cheapest quote so far is ~$2400, probably get it done by next week in KungTong.
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been to Kwun Tong (so call vehicle keys expert on those local car mag) last year, cost 2k+ for 2 new remote keys.
Cost reasonable but took 3 working days for processing and one of the new keys remote function not working after a month, good luck !
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Hitag is good, it works perfect. Can buy a blank remote on ebay and have it programmed to your car. I've done it myself before.
This was on my 323i... haven't tried on the M3.
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been to Kwun Tong (so call vehicle keys expert on those local car mag) last year, cost 2k+ for 2 new remote keys.
Cost reasonable but took 3 working days for processing and one of the new keys remote function not working after a month, good luck !
Is that 恆X on Wai Yip St.? Or can you suggest any dependable one? Thx..
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Hitag is good, it works perfect. Can buy a blank remote on ebay and have it programmed to your car. I've done it myself before.
This was on my 323i... haven't tried on the M3.
I've beening try asking those Shenzhen electronic shops to duplicate the keys, they all said it cannot be done without the black box underneath the ignition switch.
How does your Hitag do it?
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Is that 恆X on Wai Yip St.? Or can you suggest any dependable one? Thx..
yes, it's X信.
Looking for other reliable in town as well ..
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Anyone knows if there is a shop can cut the metal key? If yes, I think I will give hitag2 a try.
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I've haven't got the replacement yet. The cheapest quote so far is ~$2400, probably get it done by next week in KungTong.
Just found out that no one (except stealer) can make a new key with comfort access. Did your car have this feature?
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I've beening try asking those Shenzhen electronic shops to duplicate the keys, they all said it cannot be done without the black box underneath the ignition switch.
How does your Hitag do it?
He is right, the Hitag2 won't work after some research. All it can do is just copy the info from one key to another, it can't tell your car to recognize the NEW key or to replace your lost key. May need some other OBDII device to do it.
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Just found out that no one (except stealer) can make a new key with comfort access. Did your car have this feature?
No, I don't think my car has that feature. From the internet, I've seen something that connects to the OBD and write a spare key. Any ching can chime in on that?
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I that case it is easier for you to make a new key. I am learning on how to do it but there is tons of reading.
Anyways, I'll try mine first and keep y'all posted.
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I that case it is easier for you to make a new key. I am learning on how to do it but there is tons of reading.
Anyways, I'll try mine first and keep y'all posted.
Maybe this works - BMW AD - Scan the dump via OBD, then write the new key.

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=..._u=5inss6pb415
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Maybe this works - BMW AD - Scan the dump via OBD, then write the new key.

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=..._u=5inss6pb415
The theory is right. But did anyone had tried this before?

Many had suggested AK400 but it is pricey.
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