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hi every body anyone know how make a clone of a key of cayenne 2009 ? my zed bull can work with it. i look for buy onother chienese cloner, im interested by that just by coruosity and if i can clone a key i don t will need to drive at nearest dealer....

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Welcome to RennTech.


No, you cannot "clone" a Porsche key, this is a specific element built into the system to prevent auto theft.  Each uncut new key has a unique RFID "pill" in the head that communicates with the vehicle's security system.  A new factory key comes with a tag with coding information that has to be entered into the vehicle's security system with a PIWIS unit (dealer's computer system) to accept the key after it has been cut to match the vehicle.

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If a new or used rear CCM is fitted and coded correctly can the existing car key(s) be synchronised to the new/used replacement module by using the Vag method which involves one key in the ignition (on with engine off position) and then the second key in the drivers door lock, you lock the car with the barrel and press the remote to lock and then unlock, repeat and some beeps/horn will sound to indicate the key was recognised by the rear ccm. Swap key fobs and repeat as required. 

It works for touareg, audi other vw etc. 

I have vagcom and suspect my rear ccm to be faulty hence my inquisitive transcript. I've recoded it before with vagcom, being a vw module after all, and it accepted it. It's only the key issue uncertainty which prevents me from changing the rear ccm. 

Appreciate your tech support loren or others. 



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