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10. Press the double arrow key [>>] to set up communication with the new control module.

11. Select menu item Learning functions with the arrow key [v] and press the double arrow

12. The menu item Immobilizer is already selected. Press the double arrow key [>>],

The immobilizer code can be input only once. An incorrect input will render the control module useless.

> Input and check immobilizer code

13. The following message appears on the

Input the immobilizer code with the arrow keys [v] or [a] and press the double arrow

14. The following message appears on the Check the input immobilizer code and press

15. Select menu item Remote control transfer with the arrow key [v] and press the double

16. The following message appears on the

Input the key learning code with the arrow keys [v] or [a] and press the double arrow

17. The following message appears on the Check the input key learning code and press

18. The following message appears on the "Remote controls were transferred"

19. Select menu item Transponder key with the arrow key [a] and press the double arrow

20. The following message appears on the

Input the key learning code with the arrow keys [v] or [a] and press the double arrow

21. The following message appears on the Check the input key learning code and press

As the transponder coils must be taught individually, make sure that the allocation of the locations is the same as described under Transponder code on the IPAS printout (see

22. Four unoccupied locations are displayed, and location 1 is marked in black. Additionally, the transponder code is displayed under current key. This code must be stored in the same location as specified in the IPAS printout.

Select the locations and press the [F8] key -the location will be allocated the associated transponder code.

23. Withdraw the key and repeat Steps 19 to 22 for the remaining keys.

All remote controls have now been transferred from the old control module to the new control module, and the transponders adapted to the new control module.

Check all hand-held transmitters for operation (lock and unlock the vehicle)

Check functioning of all transponder coils Read out fault memory and delete any

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