The task is to duplicate a key for the Kia Ceed year 2015 with the key ID60 chip (80 bits), the chip and remote control programming is performed by the Lonsdor K518ISE key programmer.
Step 1: Read Pin Code
First you need to read Pin code before programming. Try to calculate pin code with Hyundai/Kia pin code calculator USB dongle. This pin code calculator will pull out pin code for Hyundai/Kia from year 1996 to 2016.
Lonsdor is not able to read Kia Pin code ID60.
(K518 will read Hyundai/Kia pin code 46/8A/47, check example here .)
Step 2: Program Chip Key
Connect Lonsdor K518ise with vehicle via OBD socket
Select Immobilizer->Kia-> Select from type->Immobilizer
If you don’t know which type to choose from, try one by one. If you selected the wrong type, it will not read key number or give communication failure error.
Until I selected Type5 (K-line) and turn on ignition, K518 can identify key numbers
Then select Program key
Lonsdor K518 asks to enter 6-digit pin code to access
Insert key and turn on ignition
Program complete. press Yes to program next key
Replace new key and turn on ignition
Remove key and wait for 5 sec, program complete.
Both keys can start car.
Step 3: Program remote with Lonsdor K518ISE
Select Kia->Select from type-> Remote System ->16 PIN-> select remote type-> Program remote
Turn on ignition
Again if you don’t know which remote type to choose, try them one by one. If select wrong remote type, it will display “connection failed” or “vehicle no respond” error.
Here I selected Remote Type 1 (K), it worked.
Up to 4 remotes can be programmed.
Insert first key, turn on ignition, then turn ignition off and remove key
Press LOCK of UNLOCK button for more than 1 sec
Program 1st remote complete. Program next one.
Program 2 remotes successfully
Test the remote control.