why ask?JawzROVER said:ok, I know these keys, as do most all keys for all cars these days, have the chip inside as a theft prevention mechanism. I consider myself to be fairly vehicle literate, as I do all the work (services etc..) to all of my own cars. That being said, i have bought blank keys for two of my other cars from ebay in the past and re-learned the chip on my own through a series of steps. Is this not possible for the Range? These steps are different for each model of car and a good key company will send re-programming instructions. If not they can be found else ware.
I know for a fact that it can be done without the dealers money demanding processes. I just assumed that I could do the same for the MKIII. Has anyone done this on their own rover in the past?