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Joined: Fri Aug 28, 2020 11:18 pm
Delivery Date: 04 Jul 2015
Leaf Number: 323943

Re: Fob Programming

Sounds like programming a Nissan or Infinite key fob requires "consult 3" software + adapter to connect laptop with the car. This apparently costs $30 for a day of use or $1300 per year. See ... -VI2-B%29.for more details. I guess better option is to let the dealer do it for $80 (1 hour) . One tip that may be useful is that dealer charge does not change based on number of keys to be programmed. For example, I purchased two keys online (for $40*2 + tax) and programmed them at dealer for a single charge of $80 + tax.
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Joined: Fri Sep 15, 2023 6:41 am
Delivery Date: 15 Sep 2023

Re: Fob Programming

mwalsh wrote: Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:55 am Found an interesting .pdf while looking for battery controller information. Looks like it's a third-party way of programming 2011-12 fobs for the LEAF. Costs a fortune for the system, and I don't know how many independent shops would have it, or what they would charge for the service if they did, but at least you might be able to find an alternative to dealer programming.

LEAF is on pages 403-413 (pages 73-83 of the .pdf file): ... 1.pdf?dl=0" onclick=";return false;

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I was wondering if you still have this manual and if you could send it to me.


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