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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Kagiso II » 11 Mar 2015 11:54

Ian - here goes my guessin [Nooooooooooo Grant .. NOT Gassing :-) ]
1) Amp on car battery too low
2) Dirty battery poles
3) Loose earth
4) grease on the arms of th elocking mechanism gooed up

the also, the bushes wear out in time .. so maybe just upen the door panel & check .. have some ELECTRO KLEEN ready and check where tha cabl between door & harness connect .. cleean that up.

A new battery in the .remote sometimes help
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby iandvl » 12 Mar 2015 09:37

Jurie,

I'd suggest manually locking the car with the keys. It's central locking, so all locks should lock / unlock when the vehicle is locked manually from the driver's side. If this works, it is definitely not a mechanical issue. If it does not work, I'd assume there is some technical issue with the central locking system. I would check the door switches (the switches which determine whether the door is open or not), power supply & ground to the door lock actuators or the door locak actuators themselves.

If it is possible to lock the doors centrally from the driver's side lock, there is probably not a mechanical issue. It might help to re-pair the remote with the vehicle.

Unfortunately, I don't have a Patrol manual (yet), so I'm unsure as to the procedure to follow to re-key the remote with the vehicle. It may be similar to the Hardbody, and the following details this process:

1: Get into the vehicle and close all doors.
2: Insert and remove the key into the ignition more than six times in ten seconds.
3: Put key into lock and turn to ACC position.
4: Push either button on the remote once. The hazard lights will flash twice. If you want to add an additional remotes, press the button on additional remotes now as well. The hazard lights will flash twice each time a remote is added. A maximum of four remotes can be programmed with the vehicle.
5: Open driver's door.

Not sure if that would work on the Patrol (as mentioned - no manual), so use at your own risk.

Hope it helps.

Ian

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PS: Yes - also what Oom Mac says. Try using liberal amounts of electroclean on the locks and similar as well.
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Jurie » 13 Mar 2015 09:08

Thanks Ian. The doors open and lock normally using the keys manually and the inside "all doors lock" works fine. I will try your key re-set recipe and report back.
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Kagiso II » 15 Mar 2015 17:39

JURIE - kyk bokant van hierdie post Daar is so n blou handjie wat sy duim omhoog gooi soos n hiker wat lift soek [Landrammel hom inni steek gelaat :-) .] Jy klik net daarop, en di eres gebeur vanself.
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Boats » 25 May 2015 17:29

I also purchased a new remote shell from the dealers but the switches themselves were also gone. After a bit of searching I managed to find replacement switches (from RS Components, I suppose Communica will have them too) say around R15 a switch - they are called tactile switches and I chose the gold plated contact type, good for 200 000 operations. Because they came in a set of 10, I have some left - it is easy to install if you have some (fine) soldering skills.

If you have the same problem and are not up to fine surface mount soldering, I am willing to help out - while stocks last and provided you get the remote to me and collect - or have a chat while it gets soldered in.
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Stefan » 25 May 2015 21:34

Can I take you up on your offer Boats? (2x switches please)

PS. Do you have the part number(s) for the remote shell?
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Boats » 26 May 2015 06:33

Sure Stefan! PM your address and I'll pop them in the post.

I'll search a bit for the part number, if I recall the chap at the spares counter found the part number of a Sentra?
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby SCUBA Patrol » 26 May 2015 08:55

Hi ouens, probeer die site

http://www.drivesure.co.za/

Ek wil nog vir die Trol nog 'n remote en sleutel laat maak, so sal julle laat weet sodra ek terugvoer kan gee.
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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Boats » 27 May 2015 19:31

Stefan wrote:Can I take you up on your offer Boats? (2x switches please)

PS. Do you have the part number(s) for the remote shell?


Two switches mailed today - let me know how it works out!

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Re: Nissan Keys, Keycoding and Parts

Postby Stefan » 27 May 2015 19:46

Thanks Nico!
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