Made my first Chrysler key today. I picked the lock read the cuts, Cut the key and programmed it. With only 3 days of intense locksmith training with my grandad ! (Lishi tools) : Locksmith


Wait till you start using a twin lifter lishi, or even a 4 lifter if you happen to get the chance, like with a TOY48. The CY24 is the best lishi to start with because with Chrysler locks you can clearly feel when you are successfully picking the lock. Learning how to feel what’s going on inside the lock through the lifter is the key to using any lishi successfully, and Chrysler makes that very easy. Don’t get discouraged when you struggle with a twin arm lishi like the HU66 twin, the HU100, or the HU101, just keep working at it, and it will come to you. I’ve even seen some very experienced locksmiths struggle with single arm lishis, some locks just don’t cooperate.



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Programmed Hyundai Key Fob Now Old Key Doesn’t Work Is That Normal? : Locksmith


I have a 2013 Hyunda Elantra. One of the original key fobs has a broken battery terminal and only works if I’m lucky. I bought an aftermarket key fob and took it and my broken key fob to the dealership. They programmed the new key, and my old key still works. When my wife tried to use her original key though, it no longer works. I would have thought they were just adding a key, not reprogramming the whole car. My question is if this is normal that you would have to program all the keys at the same time?



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