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stolen key

RED WAGON

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Hi all,
My wifes bag was stolen, along with her spare car key and our address details.
I'd like to know if there is anyway of re-coding the cars sercurity system, so the stolen key is useless to the theives?
If anyone has a better way around the stolen key, please help.....

Cheers Chris.

P.S car does have club lock on steering wheel to try to stop them.
 

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remove all your fuses in the engine bay and remove a few spark leads, go into holden they should be able to help out for recoding
 

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remove all your fuses in the engine bay and remove a few spark leads, go into holden they should be able to help out for recoding
vz's dont have spark leads,give holden a call they should be able to recode the BCM to suit a new key code.but still doesnt stop them from opening the door with the key but then of course alarm will sound..
 

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they will be able to still get in an drive away,

you will need to buy 2 new key blades, ignition barrell to suit key and door lock barrrel

that will stop them driving away, you will need to still need sort out key coding issues, i dont think tech2 can reset codes as such, if it did you will need to buy new key heads
 
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