How to add BMW CAS1 mechanical key with Xhorse VVDI2 Key Programmer on bench easily?
GODIAG BMW CAS1/CAS2 Mech-Key Test Platform is recommended to use together.
Why to use GODIAG BMW CAS1/CAS2 Test Platform?
The reason is that it’s a dedicated device developed for BMW locksmiths, maintenance engineers and CAS1 / CAS2 programming engineers, and work well with Xhorse VVDI2, VVDI Key Tool Plus, CGDI BMW, Lonsdor K518, and other key programmers to perform all keys lost matching or new key adding operations. Besides, this Godiag CAS Test Platform also can detect CAS and key synchronization.
Quick guide to add CAS1 Mechanical Key with VVDI2 and Godiag Test Platform:
Use the white connector of Godiag CAS1 CAS2 Test Platform to connect CAS1 module
Connect Godiag Test Platform and VVDI2 Key Programmer via OBD2 to DB25 cable
Connect VVDI2 to a computer via USB cable
Supply 12V 2.5A power to test platform
Press the Start switch
Insert an unmatched key into the CAS1 module, it cannot be inserted and ejected.
Run VVDI2 software
Click Key learn>> CAS Key Learn>> Connect to read CAS info
Click “Get Key Info” and choose add key method to read the original car key info, and click “Save Key Info” to save the data after reading
Select an unused key position, and click “prepare dealer key with programmer”
Put the blank key into the coil of VVDI2 key programmer to generate the key
Don’t place the key in the key sensing area of the GODIAG CAS1/CAS2 Test Platform! Otherwise, the dealer key will not be generated.
Click “Add key” to write the dealer key to CAS system
Finally, place the key programmed into the CAS1 module for testing. It can be inserted successfully now.
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