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Proton Jumbuck Keyless Entry
Cheez
Brisbane, Queensland
642 posts
So the old man just bought a jumbuck and the remote keyless entry doesn't work, no official forums or manuals have how to set it, so wondering if anyone here can figure it out. From what I figure its just been a flat remote and new battery means remote reset, just can't figure out how.
01:37pm 27/05/12 Permalink
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crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
3086 posts
private buy i gather so you can't go back to car yard?
02:04pm 27/05/12 Permalink
evıs
Brisbane, Queensland
6560 posts
What can't you figure out how to do exactly?
02:10pm 27/05/12 Permalink
skythra
Brisbane, Queensland
5601 posts
I think he wants to sync it. Most keyless ones from the factory require you to do something like put the key into an ignition, turn it to accessory for x time then wait then turn it to on for x then back to off or something.
02:12pm 27/05/12 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
19970 posts
this is how you do it on my lancer for the immobilizer (if fitted)
1. Connect the MUT-II to the diagnosis connector.
Caution Turn the ignition switch off before connecting or disconnecting the MUT-II.
2. Check that the diagnosis code No.54 is not displayed for MPI system. If the code is displayed, carry out troubleshooting before proceeding to the next step. (Refer to GROUP 13A – Troubleshooting).
3. Use the ignition key that is to be registered to turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
4. Use the MUT-II to register the ID code. If you are registering two or more codes, use the next key to be registered to turn the ignition switch to the ON position without disconnecting the MUT-II.
5. Disconnect the MUT-II. This completes the registration operation.
6. Check that the engine can be started by each one of the ignition keys.
7. Check that the diagnosis code No.54 is not displayed for MPI system. If the code is displayed, erase it. (Refer to GROUP 13A – Troubleshooting).


When the battery in my commodore remote went flat holden wanted hundreds of dorrah for a new key because apparently everything needed reprogramming, told them to stick it so take that as you will.
02:23pm 27/05/12 Permalink
Cheez
Brisbane, Queensland
643 posts
Yeah I tried the commodore way and nothing, guessing it might be similar to the lancer as its a Mitsubishi engine.
05:48pm 27/05/12 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
19973 posts
battery has been out of my lancer remote for a month or two now, if I can figure out where I put it (weird looking watch battery on steroids) I can try putting it back in & see if the central locking still recognises the key if you want?

Did the key ever work with your car? Maybe it's just the wrong key fob? Are you 100% sure you put the battery in the right way up?
06:05pm 27/05/12 Permalink
reload!
Brisbane, Queensland
6768 posts
will likely need reprogramming in one way or another.
I've changed the battery on plenty of different remotes without losing entry though.
06:18pm 27/05/12 Permalink
Tele
Gold Coast, Queensland
315 posts
you did say it was a "jumbuck" need there be anything else said..
06:21pm 27/05/12 Permalink
sLaps_Forehead
Brisbane, Queensland
5935 posts
sell that piece of indonesian crap immediately and buy a japanese brand ute.
07:00pm 27/05/12 Permalink
mental
Brisbane, Queensland
3160 posts


07:17pm 27/05/12 Permalink
Tele
Gold Coast, Queensland
316 posts
It will buff out metal it wasn't that bad..
09:54am 28/05/12 Permalink
Chester
Queensland
59 posts
I was going to bring up what Mental posted..

The jumbuck is like the joke of the ute world. I imagine it is the same at the offices that run the safety tests, it is so ridiculously dangerous in an accident.
12:34pm 28/05/12 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
2826 posts
does the manual still say that it is unsafe to travel with kids in the front seat, kids should be place in the rear?
02:09pm 28/05/12 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
5372 posts
haha it has a 1 star safety rating.
02:36pm 28/05/12 Permalink
t
Brisbane, Queensland
182 posts
The Proton Jumbuck isn't a ute - it's a garden wheelbarrow.
02:41pm 28/05/12 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
2828 posts
sell that piece of indonesian crap immediately and buy a japanese brand ute.



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