PIN Entry Plug (PEP) For Renault Models easy to use.
1) Make sure it's an immobiliser problem
The red security LED on the dashboard should flash rapidly when ignition is turned on.If it does anything else, or the vehicle has ever cut out whilst driving, don't use this product: it won't cure the problem.
2) Obtain the PIN Code
If you are able to obtain the PIN code from your Renault dealer, you're OK, go to Step 3. Otherwise,
you can calculate the 4 digit PIN from the 'Supplementary Key Number'. On these vehicles it's an 8
digit number printed inside the key head. It will start "Exxxxxxx". You may need a UV torch to reveal
the number. The same number is also marked on page 3 of the warranty and service handbook, if it's still in the vehicle.Other methods involve reading the EEPROM, or even reading the key with a suitable transponder tool.
3) Enter the PIN Code
Turn Ignition ON.Both the Blue LED on the PEP, and the Red LEDon the car's dashboard should blink rapidly.Press and hold the red button down on the PEP. The Blue LED on the PEP should slowly blink out the first digit. Release the button when you've counted the correct number of flashes.
Repeat the step above for the remaining 3 digits of the PIN code.Once you've entered the PIN code
into the PEP wait a few seconds. The Red LED on the dashboard should come on solid for several seconds, to indicate that the PIN code was OK, or continue to flash if the PIN Code was wrong. If the PIN code was OK, the car can now be started.
4) Lock the PEP to The PIN Code - Optional
If you're just using the PEP as a diagnostic tool to enter the PIN once, then you've finished, and don't
need to do this part. Alternatively, if you want to leave the PEP on the customer's car, follow the
Once you've entered the PIN Code correctly, leave the Ignition turned on.Wait for the Blue LED on the PEP to go out. This takes about 30 seconds.Then press and hold the red button down on the PEP until the Blue LED starts to flash rapidly. As soon as this happens, release the button.The Blue LED will flash 3 times, very slowly, to confirm that it's been locked to this PIN code.If you don't manage to lock the PEP the first time, usually because you didn't release the button fast
enough, it's not a problem. As long as you leave the Ignition turned on, you can have as many goes
at locking the PEP as you need