I’m getting ready to put an after market push to start and passive keyless entry system in my 2013 vw Passat. Typically there’s a system to help keep the Immobilizer from activating that requires you to either put a key (with chip) in it or tape the fob’s chip to it. I could also skip that system by placing a chip in the proper place, but it usually doesn’t look good and is more likely to fall off and find its way out the door. Both of these are insecure, and anyone could start the car and drive off.
To be a little more secure I’d like to implant a chip in my hand, which will disable to immobilizer when I power it on if I place the start button in the right place, which is where I’m planning to put it either way. Has anyone had success with this in a vw/Audi group car? (This includes Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, SEAT, and Škoda)
They use a passive chip so it might be possible, and I have the equipment to program new keys into the car, but I can’t find the frequency the chips use anywhere so I don’t know if any of the implants work. I’m currently out of town so I don’t have the equipment with me to scan the fob but I’ll do that as soon as I can.
Any tips or experience are greatly appreciated