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Old 09-27-2011, 07:57 AM
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Default Looking for bmw key programmer

Hello guys,
It's my first post though, hope I didn't post in the wrong place.

I want to know how many bmw key programmers are there? And which one is the best?
I only know a AK90. Does it can program CAS system?

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hi, yes, if you want to program the bmw key pro, the ak90 is a good choice. But as I know this tool supports read all EWS key information from 1995-2009.
Good luck.:D:D
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Then if I want to read and write both EWS and CAS car key informations, what tool should I use?
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Then if I want to read and write both EWS and CAS car key informations, what tool should I use?
Thanks again.
if you want to read and write both EWS and CAS car key information, I know Gambit car key program is a good choice.
it fits
Bmw-EWS1 immo
Bmw-EWS2 immo
Bmw-EWS3 immo
Bmw-EWS4 immo
Bmw-CAS (CAS1)
Bmw-CAS2
Bmw-CAS3.
good luck.:p:p
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Thanks very much!
Do you mean this tool, Gambit car key master II?
I saw it can program many keys. Looks nice...
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Thanks very much!
Do you mean this tool, Gambit car key master II?
I saw it can program many keys. Looks nice...
yes, you are right, this tool also supports Citroen,Fiat, Ford, Honda, Mercedes,Mitsubishi,Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, etc. If you are a car technican or using this tool frequently, I think it is worth of having. :D:D
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Haha...I'm not a car technican, but I'm interested in car repair and maintenance. I'm trying to learn reparing cars by myself.
Anyway, this tool is cheaper than ak90, but good for my key programming.
Have you ever use this tool? If I met some problems in programming, may I ask you for help?
Thanks a lot!
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Hi guys. I have seen also some solutions to duplicate or make new BMW keys by OBD2 port only. No need for soldering or disassembly.

Any one can offer this tool?
I'm highly interested.

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Hi guys. I have seen also some solutions to duplicate or make new BMW keys by OBD2 port only. No need for soldering or disassembly.

Any one can offer this tool?
I'm highly interested.

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hi, friend, as I know the ak90 is the key programmer that can copy new key no need for soldering or disassembly, you can have a try.
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i will also suggest gambit.
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