Obdstar X300 Pro3, Good economy key programmer. Asian models are pretty good but you need to know what you’re doing to use it. . . i.e . how to convert BCM serial no to pin code on Nissan and which ones are 4 digit pin vs. 20 digit pin. It’s not in the manual. Pretty much nothing of value is in the manual except how to plug in and update it.
It’s a game of “where’s waldo” when trying to figure out what model in another market will work to program a particular car (that isn’t an Asian model, i.e. USA Fords). I started a spreadsheet to document what works and what doesn’t. No, I won’t send it to you. . . join some forums and figure it out yourself or pay thousands of dollars for something better like a T-Code that comes with support and a proper manual.
The tool is well made and does a TON of stuff for the money. I bought it exclusively to program G and H chip Toyota and it works perfectly for that.
There’s zero documentation with the eeprom adapter so I haven’t used any of that. Odometer correction is also fairly limited. If you’re expecting a one-tool solution for key programming, this isn’t it but it’s def. worth the price.
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Look here: my Obdstar key master working for Toyota H and G chip
Obdstar x300 pro 3 and Toyota H chip:
Car: Toyota Altis Esport
Key type: chip H (47)
Obdstar x300 pro 3 and Toyota G chip:
Model: Toyota Hilux Vigo 2010
Key type: G chip (72)