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    Default Peugeot pin codes and wiring diagram service

    Good day for all members,

    I provide key codes and any wiring diagrams needed for Peugeot vehicles

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    Hi,can you send me an order form for both pin codes and wiring diagram for VIN VF33ERHRJ84928179-2007 307 2ltr Hdi auto.Cheers Peter Wynne


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    You do know that this is illegal and causing many dramas in the dealer network world wide

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmccurtayne View Post
    You do know that this is illegal and causing many dramas in the dealer network world wide
    Why is that? They own the vehicle. Why is it illegal to be told details about it's operation and repair?
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    I've just read through the Commonwealth ADR and regulation Uniform Provisions Concerning The Approval Of Power-Driven Vehicles With Regard To Their Protection Against Unauthorized Use, and while coding is mentioned, I can find no mention of dealer or manufacturer-only sourcing of key codes, let alone monopolistic pricing.

    Sensible dealer prices are the best way to deal with competition.
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    The issue is that anyone who purchases these codes can then cut a key and code it to your car steal it without you knowing by supporting these dickheads you accept that you don’t mind having the security of your car compromised btw most dealers will give you these with the rego papers and a license present anyway in Europe plenty of these guys have got in trouble this attitude that dealers are out the get anyone who doesn’t service with them is bullshit plenty of you guys mention they gave me a parts print out or wiring diagram then you get the parts off ebay or eai the attitude of some people on here shits me to tears .

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    These people exist to support the enthuisiast community because the dealers/manufacturers won't. Like everything in life, a few rotten apples (theives) spoil it for the rest.

    In any case, what are the PIN codes for a Pug used for? I didn't know my 407 hdi had a PIN for anything.

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    Key cut code = key to open car
    Pin code = to enable key to be programmed
    = stolen car

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    most dealers will give you these with the rego papers
    Unfortunately many don't. Extra and replacing lost keys can become expensive hassles.

    These businesses would not exist, but for this.

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    They are not business they are dodgy dudes from Central Europe and the like

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    Hi,seems I have stirred up something here,it's not my intention.I have a 307 2lt hid that won't start even after a new ECU kit put into it.We need a wiring diagram to look for other problems,can anybody help?
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    No worries when you say new kit what do you mean

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    Thanks for your reply,l will find out from the mechanic exactly what and let you know.cheers peter


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    Keys need to be matched to BSI. BSI needs to be matched with engine ECU or you will have a non-starter. More than likely immobilizer not matched as using original key. Find out what was replaced and we might be able to solve the puzzle..

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