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I actually pulled the shroud off the column $ taped the key to the SKIM module. Locksmith then cut a "blank" key. I later got a PCM from the US without the security activated.
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Hey Blu-125 , thats smart , would have never cross my mind such a simple approach the only issue is that no more anti theft on the car.
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Hey Blu-125 , thats smart , would have never cross my mind such a simple approach the only issue is that no more anti theft on the car.
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X2. You just saved me big bux. Brilliant.
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