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TKP v3.7
TOYOTA/LEXUS/SUBARU
Key Programmer
(c) 2014
TOYOTA/LEXUS/SUBARU Key Programmer
12 June, 2014
TKP device is designed to program SMART type keys of TOYOTA/LEXUS and SUBARU vehicles
(even if all keys are LOST).
You don’t need PC, soldering iron, EEPROM programmers etc. TKP programmer is all you need!
Always use “SMART module backup” before program anything!!! Then you always can restore original
data in case if something gone wrong. Device always helps you to find a key type you must use. Compact
and clearly visible LCD screen will make your job comfortable and pleasant.
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Main functionality of TKP programmer:
 Unlock car doors and disable car alarm 
 Reset ID-BOX and SMART security modules 
 Add keys 
 Program of G-type keys 
 Program used keys to the car 
 Erase lost keys 
 Make marriage of the electrical steering lock 
 Get info about keys currently programmed in vehicle 
 VIN number clear/write 
MODELS SUPPORTED:
MODEL* YEAR
TOYOTA LC 200 2008+
LEXUS LX570 2008+
LEXUS LS460 2009+
LEXUS IS250 2006+
LEXUS RX350 2009+
TOYOTA PRADO 2009+
LEXUS GX460 2009+
LEXUS IS, GS, ES ALL
TOYOTA CAMRY ALL, including models from 2012+
TOYOTA RAV 4 ALL, including models from 2013+
LEXUS GS450H 2012+
LEXUS GS350 2012+
SUBARU ALL, including models from 2012+
* - Not listed models also may work with TKP programmer
WARNING!!!!
Illegal use is not allowed!
Manufacturer is not responsible for illegal or improper usage of the device!
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Hints:
 For fast start of the car, please refer to chapter 1 “FAST START WITH KEY PROGRAMMING” 

 To program WORKING key, please do the following steps: 
1. Make procedure described in chapter 8 “SMART-MODULE BACKUP PROCEDURE”.
2. Make procedure described in chapter 7 “MASTER KEY IDENTIFICATION AND INITIAL
PROGRAMMING” using correct type of the key (if you did not do that during fast start).
3. Make procedure described in chapter 1 “FAST START WITH KEY PROGRAMMING” (if you did
not do that during fast start).
4. Make procedure described in chapter 2 “ADDITIONAL KEY PROGRAMMING” if you have
blank key or chapter 6 “USED KEY AND GENUINE MASTER KEY PROGRAMMING”.
5. If procedure cannot be finished or something went wrong-make procedure described in
chapter 13 “SMART MODULE RECOVERY FROM BACKUP”, to recover a possibility to start a
car with master-key.
6. If above steps do not help, remove ID-box and fulfill procedures described in chapter 14 “ IDBOX DIRECT RESET” and chapter 12 “SMART MODULE RESET”, after that make procedure
described in chapter 2 ” ADDITIONAL KEY PROGRAMMING ”.
 To resolve possible problems with electric steering lock, please fulfill procedure described in
chapter 4 “STEERING LOCK IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURE”. 

 To unlock car doors and disable car alarm, please fulfill procedure described in chapter 11 
“UNLOCK THE DOORS”. 

 To erase/program VIN number, please make procedure described in chapters 1 18, 19 and 20
accordingly. 
1. FAST START WITH KEY PROGRAMMING (TOYOTA and SUBARU SMART-key).
Steps:
1. Switch ignition OFF. (Ensure steering wheel is blocked!)
2. Remove SMART module (Detach connectors first!)
3. Firmly cleanup EEPROM (IC003) pins from varnish (Look at pic.1)!
4. Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device. Device will switch main menu on.
5. Connect “crocodile clamp” to the EEPROM IC003. Note that red marked wire of the cable must
match PIN1 of the EEPROM (Look at pic. 1). (Check connection carefully – otherwise EEPROM or
SMART module can be damaged!)
6. Select “START_M” in device menu. Press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear;
7. If procedure completes successfully, “OK!” Message will appear. In case if procedure lasts
approx. 2-3 sec. Or more or you get message:”ERROR! POOR CONN” – that means there is bad
connection to EEPROM, or crocodile clamp connected improperly. Detach cable out of device
and check for proper and tight connection. Repeat procedure.
8. If procedure finished with “OK!” message, disconnect cable out of the device.
9. Install SMART module back to the car. Touch START button with logo side of the programmed
Master-key. Press brake pedal. Car must issue ready to start signal along with green LED inside
of START button. Keep pressing brake pedal push START button. Your car will start! You can
program additional key if needed (Look «ADDITIONAL KEY PROGRAMMING» chapter) using
Master-key as «already programmed» key.
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Pic.1. EEPROM position in SMART module (Lexus LC200 и LX570)
Pic.2. EEPROM position in SMART module (Prado, GX460 и RX350)
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Addendum. Position of the “SMART” module.
“SMART” module is located in the footwell over the pedals. It has short wiring, therefore you must
detach connectors and take it out of the plastic case. Remove module carefully. Avoid its damage.
Pic.3 Location of the “SMART” module (Lexus LX570 and LAND CRUISER 200)
Pic.4 Location of the “SMART” module (Lexus RX350)
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Pic.5. EEPROM location in the “SMART” module (CAMRY and GS350 from 2012y, RAV4 from 2013y)
Pic.6 Location of the “SMART” module (GX460. Prado)
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Pic.7 Location of the “SMART” module (GX460 и Prado)
Pic.8. Location of the “SMART” module (CAMRY and GS350 from 2012y)
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Pic.9 Location of the “SMART” module (Subaru Outback from 2010y.)
Pic.10. EEPROM location in the “SMART” module (Subaru Outback c 2010y)
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2. ADDITIONAL KEY PROGRAMMING (ALSO INCLUDING SUBARU SMART-keys).
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR SUBARU! MASTER-KEY MUST BE IN 9F STATE, TO PROGRAM NORMALLY
WORKING ADDITIONAL KEY!!!
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See Pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
3. Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET) Select “ADD_KEY” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…”
message will appear. In case of error you get:”ERROR!” message with error code. If procedure
started successfully, blinking star will appear on LCD screen; “SECURITY” indicator on the car’s
panel goes OFF. Mark “P” will appear in the right lower corner of LCD screen.
4. IMPORTANT!!! Ensure you have only one key inside a car.
5. During 30 sec. touch “START” button with the logo side of the already programmed key. You will
hear sound confirmation. Put the key on the passenger seat;
6. Touch “START” button with the logo side of the NEW key. You will hear first confirmation sound.
7. Put the key on the passenger seat.
8. You will hear second confirmation sound. If you don’t get second confirmation sound, that means
KEY NOT ACCEPTED.
9. Take the key out of car.
10. Program next key (See point 7).
11. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
12. After all required keys programmed, wait till “SECURITY” indicator blink. Now you can start a car.
3. KEY REMOVAL PROCEDURE (EXCEPT ONLY ONE)
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET) Select “ERS_KEY” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…”
message will appear. In case of error you get: ”ERROR!” message with error code. If procedure
started successfully, blinking star will appear on LCD screen; “SECURITY” indicator on the car’s
panel goes OFF. Mark “P” will appear in the right lower corner of LCD screen.
3. IMPORTANT!!! Ensure you have only one key inside a car.
4. During 30 sec. touch “START” button with the logo side of the already programmed key. You will
hear sound confirmation. Put the key on the passenger seat. Now ALL keys except only one are
erased.
5. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
6. After procedure finished, wait till “SECURITY” indicator blink. Now you can start a car.
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4. STEERING LOCK IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURE.
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select “SET_IDC” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. In case of error you
get:”ERROR!” message with error code. If procedure started successfully, blinking star will appear
on LCD screen; “SECURITY” indicator on the car’s panel goes OFF. Mark “P” will appear in the right
lower corner of LCD screen.
7. IMPORTANT!!! Ensure you have only one key inside a car.
4. During 30 sec. touch “START” button with the logo side of the already programmed key. You will
hear sound confirmation. Put the key on the passenger seat. Steering lock identification procedure
finished.
5. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
6. After procedure finished, wait till “SECURITY” indicator blink. Now you can start a car
5. GETTING INFO ABOUT ALREADY PROGRAMMED KEYS.
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select “KEY_CNT” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. In case of error you
get:”ERROR!” message with error code.
4. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
6. USED KEY AND GENUINE MASTER-KEY PROGRAMMING
 Connect device to OBD2 socket and erase all keys except only one (“ERS_KEY” menu item). You
must use Master key as “already programmed key”. 
 Take SMART module out of car; make cleanup procedure («CL_SMRT» menu item). Install SMART
module back to the car (See chapter 12 “SMART MODULE CLEANUP”). 
 Connect device to OBD2 socket and select «ADD_KEY» menu item. Bring Master key to the START
button for authorization. Then bring new key (keys) you need to program to the SMART button. If
you need to program GENUINE Master key, bring the same Master key once again to the START
button, till you hear two confirmation sounds. 
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7. MASTER-KEY IDENTIFICATION AND INITIAL PROGRAMMING.
 Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device (See pic.2). Device switches on with a main menu.
Select “READKEY” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. 
 Bring the key to the device area, located below the buttons. You will see key type along with
changing digits in the right lower corner of LCD screen. If key not readable for a long time – move a
key over the antenna area till “OK!” message appears. Now key data saved and you can use this key
as a Master-key 
 -Types of the keys: 
1) 94, D4 – Old Toyota (from 2004, Suitable for Subaru SMART fast start);
2) 98 – New Toyota/Lexus (from 2008);
3) 88 – New Toyota/Lexus (from 2012);
4) 9F – Subaru SMART KEY (from 2008, Only suitable for Subaru);
Possible to save data of the 3 DIFFERENT types of the keys. (As 9F, 94, D4 are the same type of
transponder– it will be saved in the same one slot).
Type of the key can be detected with “KEYid” menu item, simply touch device with a key. This
procedure is for key type identification only!
8. SMART-MODULE BACKUP PROCEDURE
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select “BACKUP” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. After 10-15 sec. “E”
letter will appear in the right lower corner of LCD screen. Some time later you must get “OK!”
message. In case of error you get:”ERROR!” message with error code.
4. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
9. OBTAIN KEY IDENTIFICATION DATA FROM THE VEHICLE
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select “VICHid” menu item and press “OK”. “OK!” message and key identifier will appear. In case of
error you get:”ERROR!” message with error code.
4. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
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10. SUBARU WITH NON-SMART KEY FROM 2010 m.y.
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Switch ignition ON with a key.
4. Select “SKEYPRG”” menu item and press “OK” “WAIT…” message will appear. In case of error you
get:”ERROR!” message with error code. After 3-5 sec, in case of success you must get “OK!”
message. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
5. After procedure finished, wait till “SECURITY” indicator blink. Now you can start a car
11. UNLOCK THE DOORS
11.1. Doors unlock for LEXUS LS460
Steps:
- Connect “unlock cable” to the device (See pic.3).
- Connect to the vehicle’s internal data line wires. As described below in p.11.1.1.
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- You will see “WAIT…” message, along with digits quickly changing – Indicating unlock procedure is
in progress.
- If procedure successful, doors unlocks and “OK!” message will appear on LCD screen. If you get
“ERROR! NO CONN” -Device cannot communicate with a vehicle. Check connection carefully.
- Disconnect crocodiles from vehicle wiring, and then disconnect cable from device.
11.1.1. Connection order for LEXUS LS460
 Find CAN-bus in the wiring of the rear door. (Pic. 5) (Thin red/white twisted pair) 
 Connect GREEN needle connector to the RED wire (CAN-high). 
 Connect YELLOW needle connector to the WHITE wire (CAN-low). 
 Connect CROCODILE connector to the GROUND (vehicle body) (Firmly clean surface out of
varnish). 
Pic.5 Connection in to the wiring of the rear left door LEXUS LS460
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11.2. Doors unlock for TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 200 and LEXUS LX570
Steps:
- Connect “unlock cable” to the device (See pic.3).
- Connect to the vehicle’s internal data line wires. As described below in p.11.2.1.
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- You will see “WAIT…” message, along with digits quickly changing – Indicating unlock procedure is
in progress.
- If procedure successful, doors unlocks and “OK!” message will appear on LCD screen. If you get
“ERROR! NO CONN” -Device cannot communicate with a vehicle. Check connection carefully.
- Disconnect cable from vehicle wiring, and then disconnect cable from device.
11.2.1. Connection order for LAND CRUISER 200 и LEXUS LX570
 Find CAN-bus in the wiring of the rear right fender (Thin red/white twisted pair) 
 Connect YELLOW needle connector to the RED wire (CAN-high). 
 Connect GREEN needle connector to the WHITE wire (CAN-low). 
 Connect CROCODILE connector to the GROUND (vehicle body) (Firmly clean surface out of
varnish). 
Pic. 6. CAN –bus access places in TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 200, LEXUS LX570, PRADO 150, LEXUS GX460
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11.3. Doors unlock for LEXUS RX350
There are two ways to connect:
1. - To the 60-pin of the ECU connector directly (Located is under bonnet Pic 6.1.) (Big size, black color,
only one like this) Connect GREEN needle connector to the PIN10 (green wire), Connect YELLOW
needle connector to the PIN11 (blue wire), of the “unlock” cable (Pic. 3). Connect CROCODILE
connector to the GROUND (vehicle body) (Firmly clean surface out of varnish).
- Connect cable to device.
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- You will see “WAIT…” message, along with digits quickly changing – Indicating unlock procedure is
in progress.
- If procedure successful, doors unlocks and “OK!” message will appear on LCD screen. If you get
“ERROR! NO CONN” -Device cannot communicate with a vehicle. Check connection carefully.
- Disconnect cable from vehicle wiring, and then disconnect cable from device.
Pic. 6.1. Location of the Engine control unit in Lexus RX350.
2. Connect diagnostic cable to the device (Pic.4)
- Insert cable into OBD2 socket.
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- Car will be disarmed if procedure finished successfully.
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11.4. Doors unlock for LEXUS GX460, PRADO.
There are two ways to connect:
1. - To the 60-pin of the Skid control unit connector directly (Located is under bonnet Pic 6.1.) (Big
size, black color, only one like this) Connect GREEN needle connector to the PIN11 (black wire)
Connect YELLOW needle connector to the PIN25 (white wire) of the “unlock” cable (Pic 3). Connect
CROCODILE connector to the GROUND (vehicle body) (Firmly clean surface out of varnish).
- Connect cable to device
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- You will see “WAIT…” message, along with digits quickly changing – Indicating unlock procedure is
in progress
- If procedure successful, doors unlocks and “OK!” message will appear on LCD screen. If you get
“ERROR! NO CONN” -Device cannot communicate with a vehicle. Check connection carefully.
- Disconnect cable from vehicle wiring, and then disconnect cable from device.
Pic. 6.2. Skid control module and diagnostic connector location in LEXUS GX460, PRADO.
2. Connect diagnostic cable to the device (Pic.4)
- Insert cable into OBD2 socket.
- Select “UNLOCK” item in menu.
- Car will be disarmed if procedure finished successfully.
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12. SMART-MODULE RESET
Steps:
 Disconnect connectors and remove SMART module (most probably you will need M10 endwrench) 
 Firmly clean EEPROM (IC003) pins out of varnish (See pic. 1)! 
 Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device (Pic.2). Device will switch main menu on. 
 Connect “crocodile clamp” to the EEPROM IC003. Note that red marked wire of the cable must
match PIN1 of the EEPROM (Look at pic. 1). (Check connection carefully – otherwise EEPROM or
SMART module can be damaged!) 
 Select “CL_SMRT” in device menu. Press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. 
If procedure completes successfully, “OK!” Message will appear. In case if procedure lasts
approx. 2-3 sec. Or more or you get message:”ERROR! POOR CONN” – that means there is bad
connection to EEPROM, or crocodile clamp connected improperly. Detach cable out of device
and check for proper and tight connection. Repeat procedure. 
 Disconnect cable from device. 
 Install SMART module back to the car. 
13. SMART MODULE RECOVERY FROM BACKUP
Steps:
 Disconnect connectors and remove SMART module (most probably you will need M10 endwrench) 
 Firmly clean EEPROM (IC003) pins out of varnish (See pic. 1)! 
 Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device (Pic.2). Device will switch main menu on. 
 Connect “crocodile clamp” to the EEPROM IC003. Note that red marked wire of the cable must
match PIN1 of the EEPROM (Look at pic. 1). (Check connection carefully – otherwise EEPROM or
SMART module can be damaged!) 
 Select “RESSM” in device menu. Press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. 
If procedure completes successfully, “OK!” message will appear. In case if procedure lasts
approx. 2-3 sec. or more, or you get message:”ERROR! POOR CONN” – that means there is bad
connection to EEPROM, or crocodile clamp connected improperly. Detach cable out of device
and check for proper and tight connection. Repeat procedure. 
 Disconnect cable from device. 
14. ID-BOX DIRECT RESET
Steps:
 Remove ID-box (Disconnect connector first!) 
 Firmly clean EEPROM pins out of varnish (See pic. 1)! 
 Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device (Pic.2). Device will switch main menu on. 
 Connect “crocodile clamp” to the EEPROM IC002 Note that red marked wire of the cable must
match PIN1 of the EEPROM (marked with dot). (Check connection carefully – otherwise EEPROM
ID-BOX or device itself can be damaged!) 
 Select “CL_IDBX” in device menu. Press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear 
 If procedure completes successfully, “OK!” Message will appear. In case if procedure lasts
approx. 2-3 sec. or more, or you get message:”ERROR! POOR CONN” – that means there is bad
connection to EEPROM, or crocodile clamp connected improperly. Detach cable out of device
and check for proper and tight connection. Repeat procedure. 
 Disconnect cable from device. 
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15. IMMO DIRECT RESET (MODELS WITH G-KEY)
Steps:
 Remove IMMO (Disconnect connector first!) 
 Firmly clean EEPROM pins out of varnish! 
 Connect cable with “crocodile clamp” to device (Pic.2). Device will switch main menu on. 
 Connect “crocodile clamp” to the EEPROM IC002 Note that red marked wire of the cable must
match PIN1 of the EEPROM (marked with dot). (Check connection carefully – otherwise EEPROM
IMMO or device itself can be damaged!) 
 Select “CL_IMIC”. In device menu. Press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear 
 If procedure completes successfully, “OK!” Message will appear. In case if procedure lasts
approx. 2-3 sec. or more, or you get message: “ERROR! POOR CONN” – that means there is bad
connection to EEPROM, or crocodile clamp connected improperly. Detach cable out of device
and check for proper and tight connection. Repeat procedure. 
 Disconnect cable from device. 
 Program key, using menu chapter 17 “VEHICLES WITH NON-SMART KEY FROM 2002 M.Y. ” 
16. RESET AND KEY PROGRAMMING THRU OBD2 SOCKET (suitable for SMART
equipped vehicles up to 06.2008 and some models with G-key)
!!!!!! ATTENTION. PROCEDURE TAKES APPROX. 16 MINUTES!!!!!
Steps:
1. Open the driver door.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device (See pic.4). Device switches on with a main menu.
Insert cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY
AFTER THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select ““KEYPROG”” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. In case of error
you get:”ERROR!” message with error code. If procedure started successfully, blinking star will
appear on LCD screen, after 15 minutes “SECURITY” indicator on the car’s panel goes OFF. Mark
“P” will appear in the right lower corner of LCD screen.
4. IMPORTANT!!! Ensure you have only one key inside a car.
5. During 30 sec. touch “START“button with the logo side of the key. You will hear first
confirmation sound;
6. Put the key on the passenger seat.
7. You will hear second confirmation sound. If you don’t get second confirmation sound, that
means KEY NOT ACCEPTED.
8. Take the key out of car.
9. Program next key (See point 6).
10. Unplug cable from OBD2 socket.
11. After all required keys programmed, wait till “SECURITY” indicator blink. Now you can start a
car.
Possible errors and their description:
 NO CONN – No connection with immobilizer. Check connection to OBD2 socket. Disconnect,
then reconnect OBD2 plug. Close/Open driver’s door. Repeat procedure. 
 KEY NOC –SMART module reset failed. See chapter 3 of the manual. Close/Open driver’s door.
Repeat procedure. 
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 IMMO NR – Device cannot enter into programming mode. Disconnect/Reconnect diagnostic
cable to the device. Close/Open driver’s door. Repeat procedure. 
 Second possible problem: Probably IMMO was not reset. Reset module as in chapter 4 of the
manual. Repeat procedure. 
 KEY PRE – Error occurred during entering programming mode. Disconnect/Reconnect diagnostic
cable to the device. Close/Open driver’s door. Repeat procedure. 
 EEROR 38 – No connection. Disconnect/Reconnect diagnostic cable to the device. Close/Open
driver’s door. Repeat procedure. 




17. VEHICLES WITH NON-SMART KEY FROM 2002 m.y.
 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 100, PRADO 120, 4RUNNER, CAMRY (2004…), COROLLA (2007…) 
 LEXUS LX470, RX300-350-400H 
1. Insert key into ignition lock.
2. Connect key programming cable to the device. Device switches on with a main menu. Insert
cable into OBD2 socket. (WARNING! FIRSTLY CONNECT CABLE TO THE DEVICE, ONLY AFTER
THAT, CONNECT TO DIAGNOSTIC SOCKET)
3. Select ““KEYPROG”” menu item and press “OK”. “WAIT…” message will appear. In case of error
you get: ”ERROR!” message with error code.
(not blink)
4. Remove then insert ignition key into ignition lock (DON’T TURN A KEY, ONLY INSERT!).
5. Insert all the keys into ignition lock one-by-one (DON’T SWITCH IGNITION ON!). “SECURITY”.
Indicator must go OFF, then ON again
6. Turn ignition ON/OFF for a 5 times with last key during 15 sec., to exit key learning procedure.
18. READ VIN FROM ECM
1. Connect OBD cable to the device first. Then connect it to the OBD2
2. Switch ignition ON (IMPORTANT!).
3. Select “VINREAD” menu item and press right button. After 1 sec. you will get “VIN” message on the
LCD screen. Below you can see the first part of VIN number. You can scroll down entire VIN by
pressing right button. When last digit of the VIN reached, device returns to the main menu.
4. In case of CAN-bus fault, message “ERROR! NO _CONN” will appear. Eliminate the fault.
19. WRITE VIN INTO ECM
1. Connect OBD cable to the device first. Then connect it to the OBD2
2. Switch ignition ON (IMPORTANT!).
3. Select “VINWRITE” menu item and press right button. Enter each symbol separately using left
Button to choose symbol, and right button to select next one. Currently entered symbol is visible
on LCD screen in the right lower corner. “OK!” message will appear after the last symbol entered
– it means VIN programmed successfully.
4. In case of CAN-bus fault, message “ERROR! NO _CONN” will appear. Eliminate the fault.
TOYOTA/LEXUS/SUBARU Key Programmer
12 June, 2014
20. ERASE VIN FROM ECM
1. Connect OBD cable to the device first. Then connect it to the OBD2
2. Switch ignition ON (IMPORTANT!).
3. Select “VI_CL” menu item and press right button. After 1 sec. you will get “OK” message on
the LCD screen. – It means VIN erased successfully.
4. In case of CAN-bus fault, message “ERROR! NO _CONN” will appear. Eliminate the fault.
21. BATTERY LEVEL CONTROL
Device powers up from internal battery. If the battery going flat, then”ERROR! LOW BAT!”
message will appear. Please change old battery to the new one. Also you can check battery health using
“BATTERY” menu item.
Exchange battery if voltage drops below 6.5Volts

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