Turn the alarm on (with the fully working key) and then try to unlock and start the car without touching another key.
Dollars to donuts that if correctly cloned the car will start but the alarm won't shut off.Turn the alarm on (with the fully working key) and then try to unlock and start the car without touching another key.
Indeed, a great write up by Mark.Sounds like the technical piece here that really makes this work, is being able to clone the transponder chip. That's the part that nobody local seems to want to mess around with.
Thanks and really good point Catmanv2.Nice write up. The drawback of cloning your key, of course, is that if you've lost one you can't lock only that one out of the car.
But for many that's acceptable. Good stuff
Thank you very much - so glad we have a solution.
I would assume so. Nice that someone (else) understands the systemThanks and really good point Catmanv2.
BTW I did this on a 2009 QP-S (the impetus being to hide a cheap spare for emergencies.)
Since the Gransport and Granturismo of that vintage also use the ID48 transponder, I am assuming they also use the SIP22 key blank. I should have stated that in the original post.
Please - 100% - re-post it Catmanv2.I would assume so. Nice that someone (else) understands the system
I wonder whether you'd be prepared to repost this on Sports Maserati? Or let me copy / paste?
For remote start:I have been meaning to make a 2nd key to have as a backup, but also wanted to have a 3rd with the transponder (doesn’t even need to be cut) to install a remote start kit.