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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Hi Mate,

This procedure only works with the T30 X-Trail remotes. I have not found a programming guide for the later models.

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Date Registered: 08-2016
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Dear jalalski,

Good day !!

Recently I brought Nissan X-trail (T30) YOM - 2002. Remote key (2 buttons on key) of this car has damaged and not working (for lock and unlock) and cannot repair as per it's condition. So I brought another X-trail key from shop that selling used spare parts. I tried method that mention on your forum but only thing happen is after inserting and removing key to cylinder 06 times automatically all doors are unlocked. no Hazard warning lamps flash.

How I take my car into programming mode ?

Pls advise / assist me. I need to fix this and I like to use this function. pls let me know if need more information to assist
this is not Ti model and not the immobilizer type.
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The re-programming of the remote will only work if you have at least one working remote, so if the existing remote is no longer working any new remotes would have to be fully re-programmed by the Nissan dealer using Consult II.

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Dear jalalski,

Noted and thanks for your reply.
But this car not having immobilizer or NAT security system. I ask from dealer and they quote me $ 170 for new key and to program.

If you find any solution pls let me know.
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Yes, the dealer is correct.

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Date Registered: 12-2016
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Hi All,

I just purchased a 2008 T31 ST Manual (I assume that it is a series 1, no BT, no Steering controls, manual seats, pretty much base as you can get).

While both of the keys supplied with the vehicle were coded to the immobiliser (they would both start the car). Only the remote on one of them would un/lock the doors.

I tried Jalals methods in the DIY section and it did't function, however after about the 6th insertion of the key; the doors locked.

This made me follow Jokeraus's instructions on page 4 of this thread and it worked (although it did take a number of attempts for some reason).

I now have 2 fully functioning remote keys.

Jalal, maybe the directions in Jokeraus's post on page 4 could be added to the DIY guide for the T31 models? Or a note that if the rapid insertion of the keys in the ignition causes the doors to lock rather than the hazards to flash to try the alternate method?


Regards,


Shane

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Thanks for the update Shane.

The T31 DIY Guides section has now been updated with this procedure and can be found HERE.

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Does anyone know if I have a bluetooth OBD II tool, is there software I can get (like the Locksmiths use?) so I can program the ECU for a new key transponder chip? I have two fobs on the way as well and thank you to all who posted the instructions for programming those.

I'd also be very interested in reading any information if I can get on an 'All-in-one' key of any description. I know different countries use different frequencies, and a lot advertised dont suit Australia, but I have found an eBay seller seller who guarantees the part is ONLY for Australia and NZ.

I have access to Japanese Nissan parts if I have the part numbers and the user manual shows a key with buttons on the head, but did we get those in Australia or did all Australian T30's get the key with chip and separate fobs?


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JRR50 Pathfinder, QD32ETi Turbo Diesel, with 'lots o fruit'.
2012 Jeep Cherokee KK CRD Limited is current ride.
Will be looking for a white or silver 2011-2013 T31 TL (Diesel) to "pimp out".
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Feels a bit weird replying to my own post, but I found some answers.

There is software available that does more than just program the key...it does nearly everything Consult II does but only works on the ECU of the XTrail, not the TCU or ABS,etc. It's called Nissan DataScan II and it's $70 which is quite reasonable for what it does.

It does NOT work with an ELM Bluetooth OBD II device, because it uses older protocols. It uses a VAG-COM KKL 409.1 cable, of which I am lucky I already have because my 2003 BMW motorbike uses the same protocols.

But you need to know the security PIN for the ECU! I have seen locksmiths advertise they can get this PIN and include it in their charge. That's why it costs so much to have a transponder chip key programmed to the vehicle, because they spend time finding the ECU PIN...but HOW? Do they contact Nissan, do they have a Database somewhere they can look up, does it work off an encryption code using the VIN?

I know I have the radio PIN, and maybe the ECU PIN is there too. But if it's not, does anyone know how I get ythe ECU Security PIN for the vehicle...from Nissan??

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2004 T30 series II, Ti (now sold)
JRR50 Pathfinder, QD32ETi Turbo Diesel, with 'lots o fruit'.
2012 Jeep Cherokee KK CRD Limited is current ride.
Will be looking for a white or silver 2011-2013 T31 TL (Diesel) to "pimp out".
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Save your money mate because the Nissan ECU and all it's software specifically for the X-Trail is un-crackbale and if you search the forum you will find out that's the reason we were forced to fit piggy back ECU for any serious performance enhancements because no-one in the world has managed to crack the ECU and its program.

Sure, you can use ECU readers and such, but anything to do with cracking the PIN or any maps in the ECU is a definite no.

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