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    I have a 2015 Range rover sport. It's stolen recovered. I've come to program new keys to it but the eeprom data looks very wrong to me. Can anyone help please? The D,Pflash and eeprom files should be attached. If it is corrupt is it recoverable? The part number of the KVM is FK72-19H440-BF
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    With truecode tool all done by OBD even all keys lost....
    Did you know People will question all the good things they hear about you but believe all the bad without a second thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super jumbe View Post
    With truecode tool all done by OBD even all keys lost....
    even after the dealer update?
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    What deferent this will make when pin codes and key numbers remain the same otherwise all your 2nd key will not work.
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    has anybody done this all keys lost with truecode for range rover 2015 with the protected KVM on if so will buy the modules i just emailed

    Chris to double check this

    works and will not damage car .
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    Quote Originally Posted by godfathertre View Post
    has anybody done this all keys lost with truecode for range rover 2015 on if so will buy the modules i just emailed Chris to double check this .
    I think that even with Truecode to make the key, you have to dismantle the KVM module, I have tried several key programming machines and none has worked well if it is not demontando the module of the car. I think that the manufacturers of those machines like Truecode and JLR Doctor of Keyprogtools are interested in publicizing that they are doing it by OBD and when a car of more than 2015 comes with the protected KVM, they do not work by OBD

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    No aftermarket tool will do the protected KVM. The protection is the removal of the add key routine from the KVM firmware. So unless you know of a tool which flashes the KVM to put the add key routine back into the kvm you are not going to find one.
    The dealer tool allows adding of keys only when new kvm is fitted and going through the module initialisation. Once fitted and initialised, no more keys can be added.

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    how do you check if car has protected kvm firmware before add key or lost keys any tool that can read these with no corrupt car .

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    truecode has killed loads of cars in the past
    what makes you think it is safer than any other tool???

 

 

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