(Solved) Land Rover Sport 2006 All Keys Lost

How to do with all keys lost on Land Rover Sport 2006 Transponder PCF7936? Here you go.


Disclaimer: I’m not expertise at this. All suggestions/solutions here are shared in the forum. I hold no responsibility of what you will try.


Transponder: 7936 or 7941?


About the new vogue after 2006, they use 7936 or 7941


You cannot expect the remote to work with 7936
only remote with integrated 7941 can work , no other way round


Range Rover: Sport (2005-2010)
Use PCF7936 or Silca T14 – JMA TP12 transponder or original BLANK remote key.


If you have working key for this car you can add 7936 blank or new blank remote for RR with 7941 without need of preparing it. But if you have all keys lost, solution is key ordered from dealer by VIN or auto key programmers.


Transponder PCF7941:


PCF7941 must be prepared with Eeprom data via programmer,and then transponder and remote data. Otherwise blank PCF7941 will only start the car,but remote won’t work


Transponder PCF7936:


If you have a working key on Sport, LR3, you can add blank 7936 by SKP900
However, if you have Vogue , you need precoded 7936


All key lost for Sport, LR3, you have 2 solution ONLY:

you get dealer key


you use TMPRO to generate 7936, then you can program remote key blank


That is, with TMPRO, you can program transponder 7936;
otherwise, you need virgin key.

That is only solution and if you want pcf7936 ————- (Tango, TMPRO2, TM100, zed full etc)…


Note: used remote for sport doesnt work since the transponder data is integrated with the remote
they need to get unlocked , handful of people does this in the US
for vogue used remote it does work as it is still like BMW system


Edit: there are optional solutions of adding a new key through OBD when all keys are lost: obdstar x300 dp, Obdstar x300 pro3, Vxdiag vcx nano Land Rover, VCM II Land Rover,SKP900, AK90+, etc…


Here take two.


AK90+: success!


The red box AK90+ off obdii365.com is used to program a new blank transponder successfully.

The transponder chip itself can be purchased for less than $5 USD from various locksmith supply stores. The 2006 Range Rover HSC calls for the Phillips PCF7935AS (44 Chip) transponder. The PCF7930 will not work.

The transponder chip itself failing is rare. Check the EWS-3 IMMO box for a failing ELMOS chip (it communicates data between the EWS-3 MCU and the vehicle data bus) If this is the problem, the ELMOS chip can be replaced and you won’t need to go thru the key programming or ECM/EWS alignment programming.



SKP900: Success!

SuperOBD skp900 also programs new keys to Land Rover with all keys lost

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Actually, obdstar x300 dp is the best investment if you wanna program keys to universal cars; while Vxdiag vcx nano Land Rover will be cost-effective if you are a DIY user only.


Update: obdstar x300 pro3/key master/x300 dp is programming new keys to Land Rover

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Hope it’s helpful.