No replies on 05 board, so moved to here, where hopefully the technical people will see. I have almost complete central locking/electric window components from a 309 GRD 1990 model. Door actuators, locks, control unit, switches, infra red receiver and wiring harness. I intend to fit these to my 305. As far as I can tell, these parts were fitted as standard to 305 GTX & automatic models and as an option on others - hence the separate wiring harness. I can alter the harness as the switches are in a different place on 305. However, whilst I have the key that fits the locks, I don't have the PLIP key fob. Is it possible to get one programmed to work with my 1990 receiver & control unit? Or is there a better solution?
Its a long time since I worked on one of these. From what I remember you don't have to program them with a diag tool, the way you do with all the latest Peogeot`s. I think though you will need a plip with the same code as the receiver, there is a small label inside. When they stopped working there was two ways to revive them. hold the plip near the receiver in the roof with the button pressed and the ignition on. Or ? keep the plip button pressed while you turn the ignition on. Not sure if any of this helps you.
Yes, that`s all I needed to get a new fob for my wife`s 406. Trouble is your going to find it difficult getting one for a 305. Why not have a word with Dean Hunter www.peugeotparts.co.uk he may have a second hand matched set of keys and a receiver ?? Or know of a way round it.
Yes, I had assumed I wouldn't get one specific to 305. Even in the 80's, only certain models had this option, and I'm not sure they had an integrated key/transmitter fob like todays cars. I have the mechanical key that fits the locks. (As far as I can tell, the same type of lock /keyblank is used on 205, 305, 309 and possibly others). I thought a reasonable compromise would be a universal keyring transmitter fob to which I can attach the existing key. What should I reasonably expect to pay to have one programmed to my receiver code?
On this Peugeot forum www.peugeotforums.com/forums/ there is a guy called "trust me" who specialises in all the latest keys. He may be able to suggest something, give him a call 07599587119. Did you try Dean Hunter, he knows all the tricks with old Peugeot`s.