Probably is. You used to just tell the car to recognise the new key, which the dealer charged £80 odd for but took ten seconds if you had a Novacom, or knew someone who did.Dutch_Disco said:According to a Dutch Land Rover dealer that's because a few years back it was to easy to read and clone your key and drive off with the car due to the fact that the service plug was just used to clone the key. Now they still do that but now have to "rebuild" (just the software) the complete car which cause massive delay when cloning your key an stealing your car which is positive, downside is that if you loose your key its cost you money.
Not sure if it's true, but this is just the info I got from my soon to be dealer.
Sorry Moose they have to drive it into the workshop and check the autonomous braking works.Moose said:
Ah but to do that they would have to ensure the workshop was moving... in a south easterly direction... at between 12 and 13 MPH... on a cool October night... with a full moon... or something.philn said:Sorry Moose they have to drive it into the workshop and check the autonomous braking works.Moose said: