Lonsdor K518ISE is another universal auto key programmer. It highlights the OBD method to program keys and new car list that most key tools fails, incl. Volvo, Renault, Maserati, Ferrari, Peugeot, Citroen, and Toyota/Lexus smart key all key lost via OBD
Volvo (S40, S60, S80, XC60, XC90, C30, C70, V40, V60, V70) key programming.
Toyota/Lexus: smart key all key lost – via OBD ( without dismantle)
BMW CAS3/CAS3+/CAS3++: direct OBD programming
BMW CAS4/CAS4+: dismantle & read data programming
Maserati (2016 -New): smart key programming
Ford (2016 -New): smart key programming
Hyundai / Kia 46/47/8A smart key: PIN code reading via OBD, all key lost included.
Renault ( Megane, Koleos, Scenic) without PIN code key programming
VAG group 4th & 5th immobilizer system
Ferrari (458, F12, F149): direct OBD programming
Peugeot /Citroen: two ways to read PIN code & programming, all keys lost included.
(it’s part of the Lonsdor K518ISE car list, which make it winner compared with other car key programmers like Obdstar X300 PRO3 key master)
So, how does Lonsdor K518ISE key programmer works? Good or not?
It works perfect. Test reports.. Here are you go.
So far, tested on three cars:
Now I’ll chip in some words with real photos uploaded here.
The first test
Step 1: Select a model: immo-> Land Rover-> Range Rover-> 2008-2015
Step 2: Program smart keys via OBD: -> Smart key-> Add smart key
Program another new keys
Step 3: Test if the new keys work or not
New keys work as good as the original.Done!
The second test
Lonsdor K518ISE OBD program new smart keys to Toyota LEXUS ES200 when all keys are lost : success
Step 1: Backup EEPROM data:
Step 2: Make emulator key:
Step 3: Add smart key:
The third test