It still wont work though (unless of course a4gom's keypad itself is faulty), the original code on a4gom's car would still need to be entered on any keypad that is plugged into it.citrojim wrote:Ummm. I have a spare keypad here and I know the code that last unlocked the ECU it worked with. The evenings are getting darker, so
The service that these guys offer is really only for forgotten/lost codes, all it tells you is the code that last unlocked the ECU. ie it tells you the code of the ECU of the same car it was plugged into so you can then re enter that same code into the original ECU.
Have the basics been checked on this car ? all fuses ok ? main earths ok ? also worth looking at the 30 pin brown connectors on the inner wings as these can cause keypad problems.