Standard Features — For as long as you own the vehicle, Clifford Lifetime Warranty Electronics will repair or replace the control unit free of charge. — These ingenious proximity keys that are A Pair of VirtualKeys™ attached to your car keys communicate through the airwaves with the engine immobilization system even before you insert your car key into the ignition switch.
Standard Features (cont.) — The VirtualKey AutoImmobilizer accepts up to MultiKey™ Recognition 30 different VirtualKeys. — If you have more than one car, you can use any of MultiCar Protection the VirtualKeys to control any or all of your other vehicles, even if each vehicle has an entirely different ignition key.
Operation of your VirtualKey AutoImmobilizer Proper Attachment of the VirtualKey to the Ignition Key The VirtualKey MUST BE ATTACHED DIRECTLY to the vehicle’s ignition key and NOT to a keychain. The reason is that the VirtualKey code must be electronically read through the airwaves by the AutoImmobilizer’s antenna, which is located near your vehicle’s ignition switch.
Adding New VirtualKeys Your VirtualKey AutoImmobilizer will accept as many as 30 different VirtualKeys. To add additional VirtualKeys to your system, do the following: 1. Remove the VirtualKey from your ignition key. 2. Open a door and leave it open. 3.