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Anyone out there using KeyDiy?

 

I have a customer that needs a remote key for a Jeep Compass 2012.  I think the part that is required is NB-ATT but I can't find a supplier that stocks that particular remote.  Have I got the right part number or does anyone have one or know where I can get it?

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So far Keydiy has made me money very quickly, no complaints there. Have you seen the price of parts for Chrysler! Quote a genuine key price and the customer always does without. It's worth a bit of effort in my opinion, not to mention the enhanced reputation if successful. I am making more profit with an aftermarket remote than I would supplying a genuine part on most vehicles. Most of the time the quality is better too!

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mazda are also great earners when you look at cost of genuine , and using keydiy can get around the issues on 207 jcae rather than delphi remotes using NB-AAT .

 

Its not as complicated as it seems , key diy make 2 different remote series , B series remotes and NB series remotes.

 

B series remotes 

these are a range of remote styles that need correct blade and correct transponder or cloned chip adding to them to complete the key . B01 , Bo2 just signify b series and remote style

 

NB series remotes 

 

These are for ID46 applications that have an integrated pcf chip on the remote board , so no need to add a chip . though different manufacturers use a different chip precode for want of a better word , ie vauxhall use a differently coded or formatted chip than say peugeot , so you will see different nb remotes , ie nb-aat peugeot citroen , nb-aat - chrysler , nb-aaat vauxhall , tiguan and so on , so you need the correct nb type for the make you are working on .

the nb02 or similar nb remote reference is just nb remote and the remote style.

psa is excellent , with over 80 different psa remotes its a stock saver being able to generate most canbus ones from just 1 NB-AAT psa remote , and these are proving reliable and profitable.

 

updated weekly , new remotes added weekly and bugs fixed a number of times weekly , its one of the most popular kits in a long time , and on the whole works very well and is reliable , i personally give customers 12 months warranty as with oem , though i never sell as oem and always sell as cheaper aftermarket range but still give 12 months warranty confidently ,  and ive been using them for years since first released as kd100 . one of the best products to have come out of china since lishi .

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The problem I am currently having is that I need NB-ATT - Chrysler.  I have sourced the remote from Tradelocks but apparently they don't have the correct blade to fit Chrysler :(  I've tried all the usual other suppliers and they don't seem to stock this one.  Yet I would have thought that this one would be a good seller given the price of Jeep/Chrysler remotes.

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odd that no one stocking the CY24 blade , you can adapt an oem blade to fit , by milling a new groove for pin as a fix , if no one is stocking them then it may be an issue with blade as why they dont stock it yet. ive done a few oem blades by milling a new retaining pin groove in correct location for kd , its an option.

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I got some Chrysler/Jeep blades for keydiy direct from China, took a gamble when I ordered them but they are good quality and worked great. All I did was a spot of google searching and a spot of net homework. Unfortunately I don't have a link from where I got them from a while back, I still have 8 blades left.

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