Stop towing VW and Audi vehicles with Immobilizer problems to the dealer, deal with it yourself!
In South Africa, we no longer have the luxury of dealerships supplying independent service centers with Login Codes
, also known as PIN
, or Secret Key Codes
. A Login Code is necessary to perform adaptations to any Immobilizer related functioning of a vehicle, like Key Coding (Immo 1/2/3/4/5), installing a new or used standalone Immobilizer (Immo 1/2), installing a new or used Instrument Cluster (Immo 2/3/4/5), or installing a new or used ECU (Immo 3/4/5).
For more information on Immobilizers,
Introducing the VAG Login Detector for VW and Audi vehicles:
With this Interface and Software, you can:
- Retrieve Logins from Instrument Clusters.
This function applies to vehicles that has an Immobilizer integrated into the Instrument Cluster, typically used to code keys, or when replacing the Instrument Cluster.
- Retrieve a Login from a vehicle's ECU.
This function applies to vehicles that are equipped with the EDC15 and ME7 ECU range. With an Immobilizer 3 system, one also needs a Login for the ECU, when replacing it.
In some cases, this function comes in very handy, when a Login is not retrievable from the Instrument Cluster, if the vehicle is fitted with an EDC15 or ME7 ECU, and the Immobilizer and ECU is a matched pair, then the login from the ECU will work on the Instrument cluster.
- Retrieve Logins from Standalone Immobilizers.
This function applies to vehicles fitted with a Standalone Immobilizer, typically the VW Citi Golf, and older Audi range, for coding keys.
- Model coverage ranging from 1998-2004.
• VDO Instrument Clusters - VW / Audi 1998-2005 - SEAT up to 2006
• Motometer Instrument Clusters - VW 1998-2004
• Magneti Marelli M73 Instrument Clusters – VW / Audi 1998-2001
• EDC15 ECUs – VW / Audi 2000-2004
• ME 7.1.1 ECUs – VW / Audi
• ME 7.5 ECUs – VW / Audi
• Immo Boxes - Audi (12 Pin) 1994-1998
• Immo Boxes – VW (6Pin) 1994-1998
• Temic Immo Boxes – VW LT Bus 2005