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How to Measure a Vats Key

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Published on Feb 7, 2013

For OEM and aftermarket VATS key's and secondary key blanks visit: http://www.vatskey.com

Vats keys are keys used by GM from 1986 to 2004 to increase the security of their cars. The vats system was created by Briggs & Stratton, and vats stands for vehicle anti-theft system. It is also referred to as passkey1 and passkey2. Vats keys are available in two different styles called single sided and double sided, which refers to the cuts on the key. What makes a vats key unique is each key has a resister embedded in the key blade, and this resister is read by the vats system, and if the value of the resister is correct, than the car will start. There are 15 different resister values and these values corresponde to the vats code numbered 1 through 15. Below is the list of vats codes and its resister values in kohms and ohms. I'am using the following format:

Vats Code - Resistance in kohms - Resistance in ohms

1 - .402 - 402
2 - .523 - 523
3 - .681 - 681
4 - .887 - 887
5 - 1.130 - 1130
6 - 1.470 - 1470
7 - 1.870 - 1870
8 - 2.370 - 2370
9 - 3.010 - 3010
10 - 3.740 - 3740
11 - 4.750 - 4750
12 - 6.040 - 6040
13 - 7.500 - 7500
14 - 9.530 - 9530
15 - 11.800 - 11800

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