BMW KEYMAKING TRAINING COURSE—3-Days—November 9-11
- Item #: 9076
- Model: AKS-EDU-BMW1
- Manufacturer: American Key Supply
Mercedes DAS3 Immobilizer Training
Due to the overwhelming success of our Mercedes keymaking classes, we are proud to announce round one of The BMW Keymaking Course happening this November. Here is some of the feedback we received from the Mercedes class:
- 100% of participants would recommend the class to other automotive locksmiths!
"Mercedes is not as hard as it used to be anymore."
—Maher Eid, Lock Doctor, San Francisco, CA
"I loved that we had professionals teaching the class, they really knew their stuff. Last class I left not learning very much, not enough hands-on. This one was perfect."
—Kevin Saxon, Ace Locksmith, Walled Lake, MI
"I definitely feel more confident going out in the field and being able to tackle these jobs. I couldn't ask for better instructors teaching the class."
—Nate DeGraw, AAA Safe & Lock, Memphis, TN
Friday thru Sunday, November 9-11 at our Distribution Center in the Las Vegas area (Henderson, Nevada), each day between 8:30am-5pm. Lunch will be served on each day. A light breakfast, snacks, and drinks will also be available. Wi-fi will be available and cell phone service is excellent.
We are limited to just the first 30 participants and the class WILL fill quickly. If you are unable to add this class to your shopping cart, the class is full. Please call us and speak with Joel to be placed on a waiting list.
Finding Our Location:
Our address is 9 Sunset Way, Unit #100. It's a 20,000 square foot warehouse in the city of Henderson, Nevada. We are located around 10 minutes east of the McCarren Airport. Mapping apps usually get the last 1/8-mile wrong though. As you drive down Sunset WAY (not Road), you'll see a row of warehouses on your LEFT side with a sign that says "Green Valley Business Center". Turn left and we're the last warehouse on the right side.
The seats for this class are limited. If you cancel without enough notice, seats go unncessarily unfilled. Cancellations more than 2 weeks before the class will receive a 100% refund. Cancellations more than 1 week before the class will receive a 75% refund. Cancellations more than 2 days before the class will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations 2 days or less before the class will not receive a refund.
Please call or text Cary (American Key Supply) at 650-243-1784 or call Dustie (Instructor) at 888-366-BENZ for any more details.
By the end of the weekend, you will be confident not only in making keys but diagnosing and repairing all functions of the immobilizer systems on Mercedes. You will learn what not even Factory Mercedes Technicians know! Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you will walk away with a wealth of knowledge that you can immediately start making money with.
- Be the best BMW locksmith in your area!
- For those with no previous experience, start doing BMW keymakes with confidence!
- For those with BMW experience already, become a true expert!
Escondido German Auto & Diagspeed USA | Escondido, CA
A 15-year Mercedes veteran, Dustie was working professionally with cars since he was 15 years old, graduated from UTI, and started working with Mercedes vehicles after turning 19. He is Master Certified with Mercedes Benz. Dustie owns a 9-bay German auto repair shop and a mobile programming business in southern California.
PJ Locksmith | Glendale, AZ
A seasoned expert locksmith, Patrick owns and has a ton of experience using all of the tools available out there. His unique experience will be a huge help to those considering different tools as he holds your hand using all of them one by one, comparing and contrasting them all.
AB Locksmith and Diagspeed USA | Temecula, CA
An automotive locksmith for over 20 years in southern california, Javier is one of the first to answer the tech support line for Diagspeed USA.
Airborne Locksmith | Shreveport, LA
Jay started on BMW and Mercedes in a family repair shop 1996, got a degree in Electrical Engineering, worked with Bosch, BMW dealerships, and his own business in Moscow and here in the US. Jay is a BMW Master Technician. He has experience using: Tango, Abrites, CarProg, ScanDoc, BMW Scanner, BMW Explorer, K-Tag, MagPro X17, Diagspeed, X-ProgM, and ETL Programmers.
An in-depth look at BMW immobilizer systems
We will break down the barriers between locksmiths and the ever-complex BMW cars. From making a duplicate key to in-the-field troubleshooting, we will cover it all during this course.
BMW Immobilizer System Intro:
Systems and functions in the Car and Key Versions
- EWS 1,2,3, 4.3
- CAS 1 Functions and implementation
- CAS 2 Functions and implementation
- CAS 3
- CAS 3+
- CAS 4
- CAS 4+
- FEM and BDC
Understanding the data
- What data is needed to make a key and why?
- Where is the data stored in each system?
- What tools are needed to recover the information?
How to recover the information Through OBD and how to avoid potential issues
- Battery Voltage, why is this important?
- Stabile software, what to avoid and why?
- I crashed a car now what? What tools do I need to fix?
Intro to BMW Programming software
- ISTA D and ISTA P Basics
- E Series Development Software—WINKFP, NCS Expert
- F Series Development Software—ESYS
Control Module Application lookup
- BMW Parts Catalog
- Part Supersessions
Programming Used Modules
- Changing VIN and Mileage
- Programming Immobilizer data
- Basic Program file matching and Coding
- Common symptoms and Trouble shooting
- Using a hot air rework station and soldering iron
- Practice removing and replacing chips from the PCB
- Using various tools to read, reset, and write to various chips
- Reading in-circuit and in-cradle
- Working with BIN files
Tools & Machines That Will Be Covered:
BMW Factory Tools:
- ISTA P
- ISTA D
Factory Developer Tools:
- NCS Expert
Aftermarket BMW Tools:
- BMW Explorer
- ACDP Mini
EEPROM and Other Tools:
- Hot Air Rework Station (Soldering)
- SMOK J Tag (EEPROM)
- XProg Box (EEPROM)
- XHorse VVDI Prog (EEPROM)
- MRP Pad (EEPROM)
- BMW Scanner (OBD Scanner)
At the beginning of the class, students will be given a book to use during and after the class. At the end of the class, we will issue a Certificate of Achievement which can be used for ALOA continuing education credits.