so i cant doit myself at home i think alfa wanted to charge me £50 or more for this job which is a bit much when they told me it would only take 5 mins!!!!!!!!wrinx said:Yes, I think it involves going to your nearest dealer for a bit of code work :O
wrinx said:In that case I was right :cheese:
yep looks like yor right again :lol: time to dip in to the pocket again youve got to love alfa or be completly off your trolly to own one wheres that ford mondeo :tut: broucher :cheese: :cheese: :cheese:
ive got the purple master key and the solid red ones without the blipper for the central locking ,they have an alfa badge in the middle of the keydaiblack said:which key type have you got
i tried locating this section but i cant seem to down load it all could you post the sequence on this thread again so i could make sure ive got the right sequence ?it would be gretly appreciateddaiblack said:Can't you use the key programming sequence in the code system section I posted.
that might have to be plan b :lol: :lol:daiblack said:Perhaps it's best you go to the dealers then, I got a technician at the dealers to put my alarm codes in when my interior light was replaced.
Perhaps you could have a word with one of the tecnicians and get one of them to do it after work for a nominal fee
I have now zipped the section up Here that should keep it all in one piecesub555 said:i tried locating this section but i cant seem to down load it all could you post the sequence on this thread again so i could make sure ive got the right sequence ?it would be gretly appreciated
My local market cuts key's including Alfa code £34 including key or you can just have the key code printed on card just in case you lose the master for £2sub555 said:ive just brought 2 red blank keys for my car ive had them cut to match the original master key dose anyone know how to code them or do i have to take it to alfa for them to do it