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You can open the door with just the key, you don't need the EKA code. The EKA code is just to get past security, if synchronisation between the BECM and the engine ECU is lost.

A '99 model will have 'friendly resynchronisation', so will mostly do it automatically when the key is placed in the ignition switch, and the power switched on (once there is enough power in the battery, of course).

HTH

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You can open the door with just the key, you don't need the EKA code. The EKA code is just to get past security, if synchronisation between the BECM and the engine ECU is lost.

A '99 model will have 'friendly resynchronisation', so will mostly do it automatically when the key is placed in the ignition switch, and the power switched on (once there is enough power in the battery, of course).

HTH

Thanks mate. You've set my mind at rest.

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