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Old 10-06-2018, 12:44 AM   #19
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Dealer tells me my separate fob has nothing to do with my car.it has no fob for making it run. Maybe it is a load jack thing. Since this is mentioned it the maintenance report.
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Old 10-14-2018, 09:17 PM   #20
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Anyone reading this thread. I was able to program a used key (cut a new blade on a flip body case) transponder and keyfob. Moved it to an aftermarket flip case and cut that key. It all worked using the ebay programming tool I got for $16. This was a few years ago and looks like I'm going to be doing it again for the Yaris I just got yesterday.
Could you let us know what it was you bought on ebay? I've recently bought a key shell and got the key cut, it will turn the ignition on but wont start so I'm guessing I'm missing a step with the immobilizer.
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