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2009 Van keyfob question
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Hi all,

I'm looking for a bit of help/advice.

I have recently purchased a second hand Berlingo van (2009). It has come with 2 different keys - one for ignition, one for doors. Neither key has a remote fob, and I'd like to install one (so I don't have to carry 2 keys). Without knowing the original spec of the van (and whether either key is original) how can I find out if the van is set up for remote central locking or not. And if it is (or isn't) what is the best way to install.

Thanks for your help!
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Pretty sure they all have plip central locking , you will need the key ode to program it in with Lexia though.
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(31-01-2016, 04:39 PM)Lighty Wrote:  Pretty sure they all have plip central locking , you will need the key ode to program it in with Lexia though.

i thought that might be the case. is there anyway to replace the system somehow with a new kit? or find out the keycode?
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