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A broken ignition key?

ignition key, chip
The simple kind ...
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ignition key, chip
The simple kind ...

 

Now that young timers and neo classics are now also quite electronically loaded, we are getting very new malfunctions. How about this one? A car would no longer start. Everything was tried in the Old Skool way to locate the fault - to fix it ...


That didn't advance.

A friendly mechanic of modern cars, however, immediately had the solution. The ignition key was broken. The bunch of keys had fallen. The chip in the ignition key died ...

The problem was solved with the spare key. Now only a spare spare key has to be found. Not easy either ...


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  1. A friend of mine fell through the ice with the “key” to his renault espace in his pocket. No more starting and having to wait in the cold for a long time to be able to go home… Handy !!

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