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Author Subject: Transponder location ph2 ph3 - in case somebody needs
baho

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Post #1
Yesterday I was changing ecu, transponder and key in my 306 '99 1.8 16v, since it is hard to find it just looking around here are some photos of location, in case sombody need this in the future and don't want to make a mess like me Smile





Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:47
rudolf

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Post #2
Is it the same for RHD?

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Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 12:21
Ben_W

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Post #3
Transponder is a black plastic ring that sits around the ignition barrel I think.

Trying to find a pic.

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Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:17
Ben_W

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Post #4
Bit circled in red

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Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:23
baho

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Post #5
no sorry... it is a black box, larger than cigarette box and it is under the emergency lights switch, fog lights switch, positioned like HU but smaller and at the bottom of the central part, guess rhd drive on the same place

like this in the circle



Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:44
pug_306

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Post #6
Ben_W wrote:
Transponder is a black plastic ring that sits around the ignition barrel I think.

Trying to find a pic.


I call that the antenna. That's not a coded part.

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Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:41
pug_306

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Post #7
baho wrote:
no sorry... it is a black box, larger than cigarette box and it is under the emergency light switch, fog lights switch, positioned like HU but smaller and at the bottom of the central part, guess rhd drive on the same place



Yup same place. Please 2 is clipped in and phase 2.5 and phase 3 is held in by 3x torx screws. Easy to remove

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Posted 30th Nov 2019 at 21:43
miki4

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Post #8
Yeah that black plastic ring next to the ignition barrel is the antenna. It is a coil that powers the transponder (chip with unique ID in a little black plastic body inside the key housing) and picks up the data from it. The black control unit next to the ashtray is the so called CPH (compartment protection something in french a.f.a.i.r.). The CPH receives the data from the coil and decides whether to unlock the ECU or not (immo).
Posted 1st Dec 2019 at 22:27
welshpug!

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Post #9
yep, the antenna is just that, an aerial to pick up the chip, its a generic part so you don't need to swap it, nor do you need to change the ignition switch, all you need is the chip from the key if its an IR setup, the later RF you need the whole fob.

of yeah and its not the BSI as the 306oc lot love to call it Laugh my ass off

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019 at 18:23

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