Xpresskit Pkhy1 - Hyundai/kia Transponder Interface: Tiburon/sorento 2002 - 2005 on 2040-parts.com
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Remote start your Hyundai right with BYPASSKIT PKHY1
Data Transponder Override Interface: Override Hyundai & Kia OEM Transponder Immobilizer Via Data (No Key Required). Compatible bypass kit for best selling Hyundai Tiberon and Kia Sorento.
SKU: PKHY1Data Transponder Interface: Override OEM Transponder Immobilizer Via Data (No Key Required). Compatible with any remote car starter
|Package Weight: ||0.13 kg|
|Package Measurements (LxWxH): ||5.63 x 4.50 x 1.63 mm|
0.22" x 0.18" x 0.06"
Compact design easy to mount
Compatible with manufacturer's anti-theft system
Maintains integrity of factory vehicle anti-theft system
Simple connection to vehicle
Easy 1 step programming
No extra key required for operation
Accessory Installation for Sale
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