OBDSTAR X300 Pro3 program Toyota H chip remote key

OBDSTAR X300 Pro3 program Toyota H chip remote key
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Obdstar x300 pro3 key master is able to program a Toyota H chip remote now! Here is the test report of how to program a H chip key and program the remote using the key master.


Car: Toyota Altis Esport

Purpose: program a remote with a chip H (47)


Tools to use:

KD900 Remote Maker to make a remote

Obdstar X300 Pro3 to program a H chip key

Two keys- right: original, left: new to be programmed

Test process:

First make a remote key with the KD900 and insert the chip H (47)

Then, program the chip through obdstar key master

Select Immobiliser-> Toyota/Lexus-> Toyota/Lexus v31.03

Loading software…


Select Immobiliser-> Type 2 (with G/ H)-> Add a key

Read the prompt to go on:

1 master key is needed to erase or add other keys!

How to identify a master key and a valet key?

Insert the key into ignition switch, if the immobiliser light isn’t bright, that is the master key; if it is bright for a second and then extinguished, that is the valet key.

So insert the programmed master key, and switch ignition on, then press Enter to continue

Read the prompt to go on:

Insert to match the key and keep the ignition switch off and wait until about 60 seconds until the anti-theft lights go out and the matching is done

So, insert a new key wait until the security light goes off (need 60s)

The car can start successfully

Next, program the remote, also with OBDSTAR Key Master

Go to Immobiliser-> Add a key-> Type 2 (with G/ H)-> Remote-> Type 1

Communication breakdown:

1 ignition switch is turned on

2 mainline is connected

3 battery has power

4 is equipped with this system…

Select Remote-Type 2

Add remote

Switch ignition on and open the driver door

Press LOCK and UNLOCK together for a sec within 30 sec, press LOCK once

Successfully program a remote!

It’s working


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