- July 19, 2019
- By admin
- In Volvo
Pictured is a CEM unit which we removed from a 2003 Volvo XC90 in order to program replacement keys.
Diagnostic programming through the OBD2 port is not possible on this car.
The CEM must be taken out of the car and dismantled to gain access to the 28F400 flash memory which needs to be removed from the circuit board.
These early Volvo’s are considered by many experienced automotive locksmiths as one of the hardest cars to do.
Our customer called more than 20 other locksmiths who advertised as automotive specialists but weren’t able to help.
In fact, according to our customer, we were the only automotive locksmith to say yes!
If you’ve lost your Volvo keys and require assistance, please give us a call.