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Hi ALL

 

I have just purchased a 2007 ALPHARD. So far impressed but still learning about the vehicle.

 

The vehicle came with 1 key. I have got spare key cut but only to open the doors.

 

 

I would like to clone the current remote but would like to know how I can either buy a genuine Toyota key or a decent copy that will program.

I can get the car in programming mode after watching some videos but would like to know where I can buy a programmable remote with the correct transponder.

I would also like to find some accurate steps to find out how many keys are programmed to the vehicle and to erase them as I don't have them.

 

Can anybody help with buying the correct key (so I can program) or someone who can supply and program a key at a responsible price.

 

Many Thanks

 

A

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Djakninn said:

You could just use the key and a separate remote :

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Toyota-alphard-noah-estima-SMART-LOCK-fob-2005-to-2008-key/282849166668?hash=item41db1fc54c:g:zngAAOSwAhVahT4Z

 

I bought one from this bloke and programmed it no problem. I think a key from Toyota is mega bucks unfortunately.

Thanks Djakninn. I will certainly contact this seller.

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On 4/17/2019 at 11:32 AM, alextovey said:

Best bet is Toyota. as sometimes they will struggle to clone it because of the coding at other places.

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Toyota won't program it has it's an import.

 

I have been in contact with a few people and awaiting to here about programming.

 

I have received some instructions on how do you it yourself but it hasn't worked.

 

For reference the links I received/used are below:-

 
 
 
Hope they are useful to someone.
 
 

 

 

 

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This is what i posted that works. I put this up for a fellow forum member and it worked for them too. I don't know though if these steps work for non-toyota transponders, hence why i bought Toyota FObs off the bloke on Ebay, anyways, you could give this a try (This is for the FOBS, not the KEY):

 

 

Follow this to the 'T' and it should work no problem with the smart fobs to open and close the doors (It looks convoluted, but worked for me on 1st attempt)

Before starting make sure you have no mobile phone in your possession/close by.

1. Sit in the drivers seat - Driver door open, key out of ignition 

2. Within 5 seconds, place key in ignition and take it out x 2 (Do not turn key)

3. Within 40 Seconds, close the drivers door and open x 2

4. Put key back in ignition (Do not turn key) and take it out

5. Within 40 Seconds, close the drivers door and open x 2

6. Key back in ignition and leave it in

7. Close drivers door

8. Turn key in ignition (Without starting car)

9. Turn key back and take key out of the ignition

(The door locks should automatically do a cycle - If nothing happens, you've done something wrong and will have to restart the re-programming again from the start)

Once the door locks have did their cycle :

10. Within 40 seconds press lock and unlock buttons on fob together for 2 secoonds

11. Then press lock button on fob for 2 seconds (The door locks should do a cycle again, if they do not complete a cycle, repeat step 10 and 11 again. If the door locks cycle twice, it also means that the re-programming has failed so repeat steps 10 and 11 again)

 

 

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HELP FOR PEOPLE WITH KEY PROBLEMS.....

We had a similar problem with keys. Our Alphard is a 4 button type, 2007. One key was lost.

We purchased one from Ebay for £19.00. the key was stating it is the correct type for 2005 to 2009, having a 4D67 chip, running at 314.3 MHz.

A company close to us cut the key and reprogrammed it from our spare key in less than 30 minutes, and cost £100.00. A reasonable cost considering the amount it would be if we lost the original one. The people we used have a mobile workshop, so can come to you if needed. The company; Autolockxpress. 01480 536541 and are based in

St. Neots, Cambridgeshire.

Hope this may help anyone who needs it.

 

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I bought the the key  from keymoon uk - sent them a photo of my original key  and they cut it from that , returned in a 4way ( no inners) key - turns the engine on but need the chio to start it - -cost of the cut key £14 .Bought a chip on Ebay put the chip into the new key but didn't start the engine - I assume I now need to have it programmed ??

 

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20 minutes ago, Chad said:

I bought the the key  from keymoon uk - sent them a photo of my original key  and they cut it from that , returned in a 4way ( no inners) key - turns the engine on but need the chip to start it - -cost of the cut key £14 .Bought a chip on Ebay put the chip into the new key but didn't start the engine - I assume I now need to have it programmed ??

 

 

As Jilly says, you need a key blank (which includes the transponder) that is 4D67

 

Otherwise, imho, without that 4D67 chip you are wasting your time and money.

 

I bought a key (£14, ebay) and had it programmed locally by a specislist automotive locksmith. £85.

He also converted all my other keys to master keys.

He mentioned you cannot program from a key that is not a master.

 

Worked first time, and every time since for me.

 

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29 minutes ago, Rojie said:

 

As Jilly says, you need a key blank (which includes the transponder) that is 4D67

 

Otherwise, imho, without that 4D67 chip you are wasting your time and money.

 

I bought a key (£14, ebay) and had it programmed locally by a specislist automotive locksmith. £85.

He also converted all my other keys to master keys.

He mentioned you cannot program from a key that is not a master.

 

Worked first time, and every time since for me.

 

hi Jilly,  i took the little black transformer out of the blank key and inserted in its little slot in the key I had cuit from the master, along with electronic  inners that work the opening and closing  buttons etc . did notice the red indicator  light on the key was very dim - suspect i need a new battery , whether or  not that may help -but suspect in need to find how  to program it 

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3 hours ago, Chad said:

hi Jilly,  i took the little black transformer out of the blank key and inserted in its little slot in the key I had cuit from the master, along with electronic  inners that work the opening and closing  buttons etc . did notice the red indicator  light on the key was very dim - suspect i need a new battery , whether or  not that may help -but suspect in need to find how  to program it 

 

I doubt you will be able to program it.

With respect to you, and others, the system is designed to prevent duplication by amateurs; otherwise Gen 1 owners would have no demobilisers.

 

However, if the transponder is already matched to the vehicle ..........

 

Here's hoping you're lucky and successful.

 

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