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Old 27-03-11, 18:07   #1
Right Click Keyless entry systems
Discodave Discodave is offline 27-03-11, 18:07

I've been talking with the people at Right Click and have become an authorized dealer, I will be carrying some stock of the keyless entry systems most of the time, But I will have quite a bit of stock at Bus Types, so if there's anything you would like let me know.

I can't do any better prices than on their website - It's part of the T&Cs, but to forum members I can offer to cut the supplied blanks Free of Charge, and if you are collecting at Bus Types you'll not have to pay postage either. All I ask is that you let me know what you want so I can hold it for you and ensure that you get your blanks cut for free.

I can also offer a transponder cloning service for about 85% of T4s so you can buy the keyless entry kit, and get transponder chips put in them so you don't have to open up your original keys.

Any questions Fire away!

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Old 27-03-11, 18:24
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Dave,

I notice from your signature, you are now able to cut and code transponder type keys. Will you be doing these at Bus Types?
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Old 27-03-11, 18:26
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Can you explain the keyless entry a bit more please
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Old 27-03-11, 18:36
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Hi mate,
I'd be well interested but my T4 doesnt have central locking. Is this something you could also fit?
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Old 27-03-11, 19:58
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Hi folks,

Gaz, I Will be doing Transponder Keys at Bus Types I can't guarantee i'll be able to do every one/type but it won't cost anything to find out.

Dantro, Keyless entry is a fancy way of saying remote locking - you can add this to your factory system to operate the locks without putting the key in the lock, as an added bonus the remote has a spring loaded key so that you don't have a key and a remote.

they look like these



there is also a "vw OEM look" one too.

Deano, Central locking is available also, however if you want me to fit I use MES locking kits, these are a very good quality "one box" central locking kit, coupled with the remote keyless kits above it is a very reliable system!

I won't be offering a fitting service at Bus types but i will be taking bookings and orders for installations while at the show!

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Old 27-03-11, 20:27
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So if I have remote central locking with a flip out key can this be added if so how much and window closer part when alarm is armed
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Old 27-03-11, 20:51
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So if I have remote central locking with a flip out key can this be added if so how much and window closer part when alarm is armed
I have to admit that the descriptions are somewhat confusing, how ever;

If you have central locking (with out remotes - just works with the key in the door) then the keyless kits can be added to this to make the doors open by pressing a button.

The window closer is a feature to be used with electric windows (if fitted) and will close the windows when the "lock / Arm" button is pressed.

I hope that makes a bit more sense?


In the box you get two remotes with flip out keys, a receiver box, wiring harness and a flashing LED that does so when the system is locked, and fitting instructions for a T4 telling where to make the connections what colour wires to connect up.

All for 28
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Sorry Dave it's me not being clear, I already have OEM remote central locking with a flip out key, can the window closer and retro fitted and how much to copy a key
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Old 27-03-11, 21:11
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Right oh,

This window closer should do the job 17 designed for retro fitting too.

up to 1998 key supplied cut and coded 30
upto 2000 key supplied, cut and coded 45
after 2000 it's unlikely that i can copy the transponder - if i can then it's 45 but for a standard key only not a flip.

I can't tell which keys have which transponders in them i can only make an educated guess based on the year, but feel free to pop by at Bus Types and i'll put it in the machine and i can tell you what it is.

Of if you are calling by Harrogate pop in for a cuppa and i'll do the same!
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Old 27-03-11, 21:27
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Dave,

I have an aftermarket a cat 1/2 aftermarket alarm fitted which came with its own fob

My key does have a transponder in the housing (1998)

Is there any way you can sort me out, I am in Devon.

Not sure if you physically need the key, etc, to cut and clone the transponder

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