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    Default How to add 2nd key to immobliser - 2006 Pug 407

    I have two keys/remotes for our 2006 Pug 407.
    The first works perfectly, locks and unlocks the car using both the key or its remote and it starts the car.
    The second key on the other hand will not start the car. I get a message with a key and a cross through it on the dash. That same key & remote locks and unlocks the car's doors without a problem.
    What is the procedure for adding a key to the immobiliser module in the 407?

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    I think the only way to program the immobilizer is with Lexia, there is a key syncing process but not sure if this will help with the issue.
    Key in the ignition and turn to accessory for 10 sec, turn off leave key in, open door, you should hear a tone which means key is synced. try with the good key 1st to get the sequence correct and follow with the dud key.

    Otherwise Lexia required

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    You will need to use pp2000 and you will also need the security code that comes with the car on a credit card type thing.
    If you don't have the security code you will have to go through the painful procedure of extracting the code from you local Peugeot dealer
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    Agree on what gromzx said pp2000 for Pugs Lexia is for CitroŽn and key code if re sync does not work

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    I have both Lexia and PP2000. What is the procedure?

    Where do I get the security code mentioned from? Is there a cost?

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    The vehicle would be supplied with a plastic card with 4 letter code similar to a credit card with the owners manual. If you don't have this you will need to ask your local dealer to get it from France using your VIN number. This is as far as I know.

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    I put the security code issue into the too hard basket.

    My solution was to remove the transponder from the good key, I have taped to to the inside of the ignition housing. Removed the transponder from the bad key and thrown it away. Now no matter which of the two key fobs we now use we can lock and unlock doors and start the car. All for zero cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcc236 View Post
    I have both Lexia and PP2000. What is the procedure?

    Where do I get the security code mentioned from? Is there a cost?
    Shane (DoubleChevron) posted a procedure on how to programme the keys. When you get the code, you have to programme all of the keys, not just the new one (from memory):

    407 keys

    The security code is on a blue plastic credit card type device. It should be with the service docs (ie. handbook, etc).
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    Was passing the Peugeot dealer in Mt Gravatt today. I popped into the parts dept and asked about the immobiliser key code. All they need was proof of ownership, I had the rego papers in the car and they took a copy of my licence. Within 45 mins they rang me with the code. There was no cost involved. When I did something similar for my Alfa, they charged me $70 and it tool 2 weeks.

    I will probably have a go at recoding the keys to the car on the weekend.
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    SO I tried the programming procedure. Primary (the working) key programmed up ok, the 2nd key would not program and has now lost the ability to open and lock doors using the remote. I am pretty sure the 2nd key's transponder chip is dead/damaged. Does anybody know where I can get a replacement (or the specs of) transponder chip that will work in our Pug 407?

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