I paid one Genuine Autel Maxidas DS708 at http://www.uobdii.com/wholesale/autel-maxidas-ds708.html , cost me $810.00 free shipping. I’m going to enjoy it, making good money with it already. So, I would like to share what I experienced with all of you.
The following parts record DS708 keys lost what problem I had and finally I solve the solution.
12th May, 2015:
I thought I would bump this up since I just got ds 708. I tried rewriting vin and pin to replacement immobilizer, type 2 Chrysler, no success. Said no communication. Had correct pin for replacement, pulled it with Spanish T300. I am not sure is it possible, and what I did wrong. Got vehicle running by inputting replacement immobilizer to PCM. But now have immobilizer and Pcm with wrong VIN.
Then I was advised to do:
Chrysler>>>body> >>misc. function>>>PCM or skim replace.>>> then follow the menu.
I followed his path above, but at skim replace, it decided to tell me it could not comm with the immo. Codes kept telling me vins were not matched, but the only way i could find to match them was to put replacement immo vin into existing PCM. I do not know if there have been some kind of lockout in replacement immo? I did have an hour lockout after pulling pin, maybe it was still in lockout? Left ignition on for over one hour. Car was in paint shop at auto body place today, I have one more crack at it tomorrow afternoon
Finally, I solve it by myself, and successful at programming key.
Ds708 did a 99 Nissan Maxima with DS708 work great, no problems programming keys.
Did a 2004 infiniti G35 all keys lost
I should have had this tool 5 years ago
Of course, it helped me sort out troublesome cars on many occasions, the tool was definitely worth the money.
Ds708 first gen.
ds807 is clone unit
ds908 maxsys newest
The Autel Tool is an American Company Tool but, Made in China……….Autel have its head office in China and in America as well……….But all the tools are made from the same factory in China, see the address…..