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Frequently Asked Questions FAQ’s
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ’s
- What is
Remote keyless Entry
A remote keyless entry system or remote central locking is a system designed to remotely lock, or unlock.
duplicates all of the features of a standard car key with the added convenience of operating the power door locks, eliminating the need to
physically manipulate a key into a lock as well as being able to do so at a distance.
The functions of a remote keyless entry system
are contained on a small, hand-held fob attached to the keychain or built into the ignition key handle itself. Buttons are set aside to either lock or
unlock the doors, plus open the trunk. Some cars will also close any open windows when remotely locking the car.
- How easy is to install.
The actual time your installation will demand; depends on your level of experience.
All units come with a general wiring diagrams for any car, plus
we provide specific wiring instruction for majority of the cars. For most vehicles made up to 2004/5, Rightclick gives you a sheet that tells the location
and colour of the wires you need to access in your vehicle (for the central lock part). At the time of your order, Please advice your car make/year/model so we
can send this information with your system. You will also receive The Universal Central Lock wiring diagrams for any car PLUS Car
Security Installation Guide.
Car Alarm OR
Installing Remote Keyless Kit is a lot easier than installing Car Alarm Kit, It does not matter where you buy your car alarm from,
it requires installation by a qualified person. Any one that tells you installing a car alarm is easy is not true unless the installation is carried
out by some one experienced in car alarm installation. Car alarms has many options to offer that is not required/included by the Remote Keyless Kit. We
sell both Car Alarms, Remote Keyless and many other car accessories.
- Does this system works for my car.
- This kits is for cars/vehicles that has NO Central locking and wants to convert to Remote and manual C/L.
- Manual C/L means when you unlock the drivers door with your existing key all other doors also unlocks.
- If you have manual C/L but your central locking system only operates from the drivers door key (not the passengers) then you will need a different kit: a
2 wire motor for your drivers door PLUS one of our
Remote Keyless Kits
- If your car does not have manual C/L you can use this kit to converts your manual door locking into full CENTRAL LOCKING SYSTEM,
this comes with Easy Fit instructions, wiring diagrams and user manuals. (Mechanical fitting instructions not included).
Key Blanks we do are those listed on our page, Please, advice which one you
wish to receive with your order/payment notes.
- Key alteration - This ONLY applies if you buy one of our remotes with a FREE key blanks.
The blank keys
that are screwed into the handheld transmitters (remotes control). You have to have your own car key modified according to this
model OR our FREE key blank modified to your own key and screw it onto the transmitter. You may decide for yourself whether you want to use your original
car key or have a copy cut in order to have it modified.
- Don’t Know which kit to go for!.
If your car doesn’t have Central Locking; then
you can use the above kit OR any of our central locking kits:
Central Locking Kits
If your car has central locking and wants to convert to Remote Keyless Entry,
then we suggest any of our keyless kits:
If your central locking system only operates from the drivers door key (not the
passengers) then you will need a
2 wire motor for your drivers door PLUS any one of our
Remote Keyless Kits.
If you are after a flip key RKE then we suggest the 670 (BM type key) , 669 (Any key blank) or 851 (VW Original HAA key). Most of our kits are similar except for the remotes-fobs? YOU JUST PICK THE Ones YOU LIKE...
- Car Finder
All our remotes keyless entry, remote central lock and car alarm systems have this
option, Please check product/item description.
This ONLY applies if you buy remotes with key blanks
(blank keys that are screwed into the handheld transmitters). The immobilizer transponder chip has to be stuck into our handheld transmitters
(remote controls). (i.e. If your existing key has chip inside, some can transfer their chip into our remotes! and save 100’s £££).
If your car remote key has immobilizer-chip inside:-
Customers do different things:
- Transfer the chip to our remote, (NOTES: only some of our remotes has space inside for the immobilizer chip like our 669 or
- Place their existing key under or flush mounted in the dashboard...
Use a Transponder Bypass - for car alarms (Transponder
Immobiliser Bypass Module TBM01)
- Do not use the key-blank
and Attach your own key to our remotes (using our FREE key ring! supplied with all our kits)
- Or buy one of our remote kits that don’t have a key blank!
What is an immobiliser?
An immobiliser is an electronic device which stops the car from being started if it
is broken into. Although this won’t stop your car from being broken into, it may well stop it from being driven away. Most newer cars come with some sort of alarm and/or immobiliser
My vehicle already has a factory transponder or smart key system, which is built
into its ignition key?
There are many factory immobilizers in the marketplace i.e. ACURA IMMOBILIZER, AUDI IMMOBILIZER, BMW EWSII, CHRYSLER
SentryKey, FORD SecuriLock/PATS, GM PASSlock II, HONDA IMMOBILIZER, and TOYOTA Engine Immobilizer to name a few. These anti-theft systems consist of a
miniature transponder imbedded in the ignition key head itself, which allows the vehicle’s computer to identify the "real ignition key" and thereby enable the
vehicle to start. These systems are factory installed on many new vehicles at no charge.
Recently, a national automotive magazine published information on how
to bypass these systems - it only takes about 20 seconds. Also, there is a company that manufactures a product called the "No Key Required Bypass Kit",
which bypasses the transponder key system in any vehicle made.
TRANSPONDER BYPASS MODULE:
Required on most vehicles from 1997 (and some earlier) for remote starters to function (This
ONLY applies if you buy
kits with remote engine start). Allows the alarm to turn the factory fitted immobiliser off when remote start (Engine start) is used.
- Technical and Email Enquires.
us using our support centre: http://www.rclick.co.uk/support/