Locksmiths I believe have licences and they get access to information to do there job. Currently is it just the light flashing that your trying to take care of or are you having trouble starting your car or disengaging the alarm?
Common communication problems:
- Two transponder keys too close together.
- Speed Pass too close to transponder key. Solid indicator that there is a system failure.
- Loss of PCM communication.
- Failed antenna circuit.
Here is an article on remote key programming:
Here is what they say about programming you new key.
PROGRAMMING THE IGNITION KEYS TO THE SKREEM
1. Turn the ignition on (transmission in park/neutral).
2. Use the DRBIII(R) and select THEFT ALARM, SKREEM, then MISCELLANEOUS.
3. Select PROGRAM IGNITION KEYS.
4. Enter secured access mode by entering the vehicle four-digit PIN.
NOTE: A maximum of eight keys can be learned to each SKREEM AT ONE TIME. Once a key is learned to a SKREEM it (the key) cannot be transferred to another vehicle.
If ignition key programming is unsuccessful, the DRBIII(R) will display one of the following messages:
Programming Not Attempted - The DRBIII(R) attempts to read the programmed key status and there are no keys programmed in the SKIM memory.
Programming Key Failed - (Possible Used Key From Wrong Vehicle)
- SKREEM is unable to program key due to one of the following:
- faulty ignition key transponder
- ignition key is programmed to another vehicle.
8 Keys Already Learned, Programming Not Done - SKIM transponder ID memory is full.
1. Obtain ignition keys to be programmed from customer (8 keys maximum)
2. Using the DRBIII(R), erase all ignition keys by selecting MISCELLANEOUS and ERASE ALL CURRENT IGN. KEYS
3. Program all ignition keys.
Learned Key In Ignition - Ignition key transponder ID is currently programmed in SKREEM memory.
Let me now if this helps out.
Monday, September 14th, 2020 AT 8:46 PM