The mighty P38


Range Rover P38 Replacement Key NEW Keys 433mhz & 315mhz

New replacement Keys for RANGE ROVER P38. If you only have the one key or your current keys have seen better days then this is the solution for you.

New replacement Keys for RANGE ROVER P38, If you only have the one key or your current keys have seen better days then this is the solution for you. If you only have the one key or your current keys have seen better days then this is the solution for you. Range Rover P38 replacement key, either 433 mhz or 315 mhz,

1. You have a key available, which still operates the car, even if only on one button, or unreliably.

2. You have a key available, which still transmits RF, but does not operate the car, usually after a battery change, either in the key or on the car

3. You have a key available, which no longer transmits RF, and so doesn’t disarm the car.

4. No key is present.


Situation 1 - You have a key available, which still operates the car, even if only on one button. Level of difficulty is easy. Chances of success are almost 100%. You do not have to part with his key. Process is as follows:

We can send you a data recorded this will record your keys codes which will be Programmed to your new key.


Situation 2 - You have a key available, which still transmits RF, but does not operate the car, usually after a battery change, either in the key or on the car Level of difficulty is easy. Chances of success are good, but not 100%. We will always refund keys that are returned as ‘unable to resync’.

Our key has Active Resynchronisation Mode. This allows the key to be resynchronised without knowledge of the EKA, and even with a failed door lock or associated micro switches. Ordering process is the same as above.


Situation 3 - You have a key available, which no longer transmits RF, and so doesn’t disarm the car.

Level of difficulty is more advanced. Chances of success are smaller, but as the remote isn’t working already, you have nothing to lose apart from time. Generally, if the key isn’t functioning at all, either the battery contacts have failed, or there is an internal problem on the remote’s PCB. Note that the key’s case is sealed,

so that any repair that involves opening the case is likely to be tricky. If the battery contacts are suspected, it may be possible to wire a 6 Volt supply into the back of the remote in order to make it transmit. The photo shows the correct locations. Don’t attempt this unless you have some competence in this area. If the key can be made to transmit, even briefly, and ‘on the bench’, the the RF Data Recorder can be used to record a few transmissions.


Situation 4 - No key is present.

The level of difficulty here is high, and the amount of time that you may need to spend if this is the case, is large – probably half a day.The success rate is fairly good, it is possible to obtain the codes from Land Rover or we would need to remove the BeCM to extract the codes, which if needed can be done via the postal service.

This is for the extraction of the codes that you need to build a working P38 rolling code replacement Key. 

A data grabber will be sent out to you with a key block. Simply follow the instructions given and take a good clear photo of your key blade in the block and email us to confirm photos are ok, before returning both items to us. once we've received them back we will extract your data and build your key then send back your finished key with instructions on how to sync key to vehicle.

Once you have purchased this service we will contact you and if we cant help a full refund will be given.

If you have your fob codes then this can be done without the data grabber.