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German Engineering Keyless Entry

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  • msjudged1
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    Originally posted by msjudged1 View Post
    I have a brand new keyless entry kit with the e46 square fob. Has been sitting in storage and I do not plan to install.

    If anyone is interested in purchasing, please send PM.
    Still available. Send PM.

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  • eternal24k
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    Anyone know where to source? My car came with GE Keyless Entry installed but the fobs are broken, was hoping to use the same unit and plug into the existing wiring, also hoping to upgrade to the E46 style keys. Tried ordering from gecoils.com but after several days I was refunded and their email does not work.

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  • ForcedFirebird
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    Originally posted by vulteiv1 View Post
    Hey, I'm interested in getting a set too. Let me know if it is still available. I tried DM, but your storage box i full and won't allow me to send. Thanks

    You can just go directly to his site:



    http://gecoils.com/?page_id=9

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  • msjudged1
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    I have a brand new keyless entry kit with the e46 square fob. Has been sitting in storage and I do not plan to install.

    If anyone is interested in purchasing, please send PM.

    Leave a comment:


  • vulteiv1
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    For anyone looking, I found it on fleabay, it was the e46 style and the payment address was German engineer.

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  • prisonerofdoom83
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    Do all e30s have central locking? I’m new to the game and i would like to do this

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  • vulteiv1
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    Hey, I'm interested in getting a set too. Let me know if it is still available. I tried DM, but your storage box i full and won't allow me to send. Thanks

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  • 968Reckless
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    Originally posted by bnmueller View Post
    Are the systems with the E46 still available?


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    I got one a couple months ago.


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  • bnmueller
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    Are the systems with the E46 still available?


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  • Hartacus
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    I currently have a drone mobile alarm system Will this attach to it? I want to have the fob with the flip key.

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  • 968Reckless
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    Originally posted by fnf01 View Post
    Little lost as to how this answers the questions of if Einstein is selling these anymore or what a good option elsewhere would be at similar price? From your response it sounds like you know GE is selling the e46 key kit but only looking to get the flip key fob.



    Looks like I did find this kit on eBay with flip keys just not 100% sure, if I don’t hear back from GE or other with first hand experience I’ll probably just order that. Comes from UK from turborevs looks the same so probably use the GE instructions on here.


    I’m not sure if GE is still selling the flip key, my point was I know they still have the e46 style because I just purchased another one. At the end up the day I would assuming a good working keyless entry is what’s important and the GE e46 style has worked great for me for the past 3 years. You can go eBay but I’ve only heard bad things.


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  • rzerob
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    I would recommend staying away from the flip keys. I have tried numerous sets including GE's and the blank that comes with these kits are very difficult to cut for the lock smiths I have went to.

    Also the stock key is wider so you have to modify the fob for it to fit. I was able to make it work after lots of trial and error by having a regular blank key cut then shaping that key to fit the fob and it works pretty well but considering you have to modify the fob portion it makes it look cheap and in my opinion not worth it.

    I have purchased 4 or 5 different sets of flip keys off of ebay, including the most expensive set they had on there. The fob portions worked fine on all of them. The key blank was the issue on all of them. Good luck with your decision.

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  • fnf01
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    Originally posted by 968Reckless View Post
    Just get the e46 style key from them and remove the metal key part so you only have a fob. Use your existing key with the new e46 fob. You won’t have a flip style but you will have a keyless entry that you know works and is easy to install.


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    Little lost as to how this answers the questions of if Einstein is selling these anymore or what a good option elsewhere would be at similar price? From your response it sounds like you know GE is selling the e46 key kit but only looking to get the flip key fob.

    Looks like I did find this kit on eBay with flip keys just not 100% sure, if I don’t hear back from GE or other with first hand experience I’ll probably just order that. Comes from UK from turborevs looks the same so probably use the GE instructions on here.

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  • 968Reckless
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    Originally posted by fnf01 View Post
    Took a chance and tried to order keyless entry w/ flip keys off the GE website my order got refunded. Waiting for word back if they are selling them any more. If they aren't any recommendations for keyless entry with flip keys in the same price ball park?


    Just get the e46 style key from them and remove the metal key part so you only have a fob. Use your existing key with the new e46 fob. You won’t have a flip style but you will have a keyless entry that you know works and is easy to install.


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  • fnf01
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    Took a chance and tried to order keyless entry w/ flip keys off the GE website my order got refunded. Waiting for word back if they are selling them any more. If they aren't any recommendations for keyless entry with flip keys in the same price ball park?

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