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    Default Peugeot 307 HDi Wagon - need new key

    Hi,
    we've just taken delivery of our first french car - a 2005 Peugeot 307 Wagon HDi - and it only came with the one set of keys, a remote key. A nearby dealer wants to charge $320+ for another key.

    Are we being ripped off or is this 'the price you have to pay' for owning a Peugeot?

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    Thanks in advance,

    John

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    Dealers always want to charge that much. It's not a Peugeot thing, try getting a new key programmed for a Ford, Audi, Mitsubishi, Subaru. I've done all of those and it was plenty more than $300.

    That said, it can be done cheaper if you can get your hands on a key blank that includes an immobiliser chip in it. Take it to an independent service peugeot specialist, and they can program your BSI to recognise it.

    Spencer St Autos in the city would be a good option.

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    Went to a locksmiths and they were able to provide me with a functioning remote key a few years ago. I think it was Jacksons.
    Forgot what they charged.

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    Some locksmiths can clone a key. To the car, this is the exact same key - but you happen to now own two of them.

    The official way to instate a second key is to program it in, using factory style diagnostic software. To do this you need both the secure code (four characters, supplied on a card to the original owner) and a cracked version of either Diagbox or Peugeot Planet on a laptop, with the plug-in interface. A generic OBD-II reader is NOT sufficient. You also need to have at the time of programming, all the keys you intend to use on the car.

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    Subaru costs $77 as I recently got itre-programmed my wife's 2008 Liberty. Ford costs $125 as I lost the FG Falcon key but never got it programmed because I resigned my previous job hence gave back the car.
    Im scared to know for Pug dealer too as I need another key as well! (I have a key without remote but I want a proper spare key)
    Locksmiths says they can clone it but not entirely true.
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    Thanks everyone - I'll try some local locksmiths and see what they say...

    I'll post back if I have luck.

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    https://youtu.be/XhPgy4VM6IM

    Youtube video of a key programming sequence using Peugeot Planet and the interface. Looks easy enough. Many people have the interface and software, and they are easily obtained on eBay. You just need your confidential customer code for the car... Something which I don't have.

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    Is it possible to get the 4 digit code if you don't have it?
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    Yes, I used to refer people to "Citroencodes" or its Pug counterpart but a recent attempt was not successful.

    Try a current dealer, you will need to present your registration papers and driver's licence. What they charge is up to them.
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    I've just purchased this Best Full Chip REV C Diagbox V7 65 Citroen Peugeot Lexia 3 Diagnostic Scanner | eBay which is a "Best FULL CHIP Rev. C Diagbox v7.65 Citroen Peugeot Lexia 3 Diagnostic Scanner" - I hope it does the job properly. I'll buy a key off of ebay and find a locksmith who can cut the blank from our current key.

    Thanks everyone for the help - I feel part of a community here

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    See if someone like Gallalock will work from photos to "decode" your key profile.

    Be cautious about non-remote keys, the door locks are (in my experience) prone to wear and this is where the remote saves you grief later on.

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    I've also found this key Peugeot Remote 2 Button Transponder KEY 433MHz ID46 Uncut KEY FOR 307 | eBay for less than $30 and will 'suck it and see'.

    I just need to find somewhere to get my PIN code - any suggestions?

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    Just found this guy AA Auto Parts [[email protected]] who is charging $40 via paypal for the 'service' - does this sound like a good deal?

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    Why not ask a dealer?

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    The first dealer I asked was unresponsive - they wanted to just sell me a key at their inflated prices...

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    Keep trying, or contact Peugeot Oz.

    Only in Australia are customers actively blocked from information they should have a right to possess.

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    There used to be someone on ebay UK that would pre-cut you a new key to VIN and send it to you. That's what I did for the 407 here. Buying a lexia clone and a pre-cut key in from the UK was still cheaper than the $500+ for a new key through poogoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridethetalk View Post
    I've also found this key Peugeot Remote 2 Button Transponder KEY 433MHz ID46 Uncut KEY FOR 307 | eBay for less than $30 and will 'suck it and see'.

    I just need to find somewhere to get my PIN code - any suggestions?
    Have a look in the manual/hand books. I bet the key code is there. Make sure the ebay seller can pre-cut the key to VIN before you proceed!

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    Proper cars--
    '85 Series II CX2500 GTi Turbo I
    '63 ID19 http://www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=90325
    '72 DS21 ie 5spd pallas (last looked at ... about 15years ago)
    '78 GS1220 pallas
    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

    Yay ... No Slugomatics


    Modern Junk:
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