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Suzuki Alto 2014 smart key

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Quote from Code Wizard on 2019-03-21, 12:41

Last byte (two hex digits) is just a part of algorithm, values from 0x00 to 0xFF. It doesn't means type of algorithm as we knowns.

so tell me how to understand what your calculator can calculate correctly, what is not?

Quote from Guest on 2019-03-26, 11:32

Still waiting on a reply to this.

Hi,

I had a 2017 Suzuki that gave outcode

C65D70916A328D7F5101

How can I tell if this is Suzuki type 2 or type 1?

The PIN supplied was incorrect.

Both have 51 in the 9th byte.

Unfortunately I have no idea about this vehicle. If PIN calculated as 0x51 type 2 algorithm is not accepted it's probably required 0x51 type 1 algorithm or just different key programmer if this car uses 0x51 type 2.

Code Wizard Pro Team
Quote from stereos on 2019-03-26, 11:50
Quote from Code Wizard on 2019-03-21, 12:41

Last byte (two hex digits) is just a part of algorithm, values from 0x00 to 0xFF. It doesn't means type of algorithm as we knowns.

so tell me how to understand what your calculator can calculate correctly, what is not?

It sounds like how to use a key for different lock and why it's not opening this lock.

Code Wizard Pro Team
Quote from Code Wizard on 2019-03-26, 13:03
Quote from Guest on 2019-03-26, 11:32

Still waiting on a reply to this.

Hi,

I had a 2017 Suzuki that gave outcode

C65D70916A328D7F5101

How can I tell if this is Suzuki type 2 or type 1?

The PIN supplied was incorrect.

Both have 51 in the 9th byte.

Unfortunately I have no idea about this vehicle. If PIN calculated as 0x51 type 2 algorithm is not accepted it's probably required 0x51 type 1 algorithm or just different key programmer if this car uses 0x51 type 2.

The problem with this is that I paid for a code that did not work.

The VIN is correct but from what your saying, there is no way to tell in advance if it's type 1 or type 2.

What measures are being put in place to stop this happening again in the future?

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