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Any have a suggestion for an immobilizer bypass for a 2010 Toyota Tundra with the 80 bit key? I ordered an idatalink ADS-DLSL CA2, but just found out this won't work the 80 bit keys. Also, will the idatalink USB Loader work with the expresskit modules?
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As far as we know, you have to sacrifice a key and use an old bypass with the halo around the ignition switch.
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DEI XPressKit modules need the XKLoader (or XKLoader2 for the newer bypasses).
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1. Key in a coffin

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the fortin EVO-All and KEY-OVERRIDE-ALL works.

my friends shop did one with the key-override-all and it worked without problems. i use the K-O-A for alot of the cars i do, no need to flash it for vehicle specific, so its an all in one bypass for me.


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Thanks. I just looked at the fortin units. They state the will work with the new "G" keys. I was trying to avoid running the wires over to the passenger kick, but it looks like I have no choice. Do you know what the difference is between the KOA and EVO-ALL? I'm assuming the EVO-ALL adds a CANBUS connection but I don't know if that would provide any advantages. BTW, I'm using this with a Crimestopper SP-500.
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EVO-ALL does have a can built in for certain vehicles.

also price is a huge factor too.

KOA - 35-45
EVO - 80-120

just use the koa, it will save you alot more. when you run the wires, just run it along factory wires and it will look oem.


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Couldn't find an EVO-ALL so I ordered the KOA. Just waiting for the alarm, head unit, dash kit, and backup camera to get here and it's time to perform surgery on the new truck. Any pointers from someone that has worked on the Gen 2 Tundra? Also, anyone want to buy an ADS-DLSL CA2?
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i have a 2010 tundra too. How can you tell if your key is 80 bit
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Is there a G stamped on it?
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