Friday, November 2, 2012

Mitsubishi Car Key Not getting detected after replacing ECM

KEYS NOT GETTING DETECTED ON VEHICLE



Customers Reply:---

It was Faulty ECM,so we replaced it,but after replacing the ECM( computer Module) the Vehicle keys are not getting detected.
The vehicle is 2003 Mitsubishi Montero.

Garage Expert says:----


Actually its not a problem at all.Its a fact,that once you replace computer module in your vehicle,the keys will not get detected.
To make the new/used 2003 computer work the key needs to be programmed to the computer which will get detected by the computer to the immobilizer. This is easily possible at vehicles dealership.... there are some locksmiths that can do this, but more often than not they end up fooling with it and not doing anything (it requires internal information from a dealer to complete).
Some dealer charge for doing these and some dont.

Customers Reply:---

Thanks.


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