Lishi NSN14 2in1 + Instacode pick and decode Nissan NSN14 lock

Standard key locks that only give a partial decode from the door lock so need to be progressed .

As Lishi auto lock tools are designed for use in door locks , there exists a number of models of car that do not house all of the wafer positions within the door lock , ie nissan NSN14 locks , these will house 8 wafers in the door lock but the full 10 wafers within the ignition .

So once we have picked and decoded the door , it is necessary to progress the info we have in code software to find the 2 missing key cuts . in this part of the guide i attempt to show you how simple this procedure is .

I use instacode as my chosen code software .

As this guide is more about the progression than it is the picking , ive concentrated more on this .

Picking and decoding the NSN14 lock using the lishi 2in1 single lifter then progressing the final 2 cuts using instacode .

The nissan NSN14 lock has

10 wafer positions

4 key heights

The door lock only houses 8 of the 10 cuts , the door lock houses positions 3 through to 10 .

Nissan models using the NSN14 keyway that have the powered eccentric ignition are slightly different , these have 11 wafers in the ignition with the 1st cut always being a No 3 , this system has ;

11 wafer positions

4 key heights

The door lock houses 8 wafer positions in positions 4 through 11 .

During this guide we will pick open then decode the Nissan NSN14 lock this will give us 8 of the 10 cuts required , we will then progress this info using instacode to find the missing 2 cuts and give us the correct 10 cut key .

The lock doesnt always respond to sequence picking , but in tests it does favour picking positions 3 , 5 , 7 and 9 first then once set pick positions 4,6,8 and 10 .

Picking and decoding the Nissan NSN14 door lock using Lishi NSN14 2in1 tool

Center the lifting arm so it doesn’t snag and fully insert the tool into the door lock .

Once inserted we pick positions 3 , 5 , 7 and 9 until fully set by tickling each position to find the binding wafer , once we find a bouncing wafer we pick it until set , once positions 3579 are fully set we then pick positions 4,6,8 and 10 until the lock opens

So we start with positions 3,5,7 and 9 in their binding order ;

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Position 3 is first to bind and pick           position 5 is next to bind and pick

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Position 7 is next to bind and pick                 position 9 is next to bind and pick

Once position 9 picks the plug is felt rotating a fraction which confirms positions 3 , 5 , 7 and 9 are fully set , i confirm this by checking each of these positions to ensure all are slapping tightly .

We now concentrate on positions 4,6,8 and 10 until the lock opens ;

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Position 6 is the next to bind and pick     position 8 is next to bind and pick

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Position 10 is next to bind and pick

As position 10 picks the lock opens , as we didnt need to pick position 4 we know instantly that this is a No 4 cut .

We now hold the lock in the open position via the tension arm , we then run the decode in the same direction as we picked , by moving the indicator arm along the vertical numbered position line , until the indicator stops , it will stop on one of the numbered horizontal key cut lines, this will be your key cut .

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Position 3 is a No 3 cut                               position 4 is a No 4 cut

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Position 5 is a No 2 cut                                 position 6 is a No 1 cut

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Position 7 is a No 3 cut                            position 8 is a No 1 cut

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Position 9 is a No 2 cut                                   position 10 is a No 3 cut

So we have cuts 3 to 10 from bow to tip of 34213123 , we now need to find the missing cuts for position 1 and 2 , we do this by using code software like instacode .

First we go to Instacode , we select either the car make and model and year or we choose silca nsn14 , we then select find bitting and enter the cuts we know in positions 3 to 10 which is 34213123 as in below diagram .

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We then click next and get the next screen

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As you can see this gives us 4 possible keys , key blanks can be expensive to waste , so instacode helps with this , we click the show cutting tree tab , this shows us worst scenario how many key blanks we need to get the correct key and which order to cut these in , as below ;

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You will see that we need a maximum of 2 blades as worst scenario .

There are other ways to progress these without using 2 blades via impressioning , there are 2 ways of doing this , we will start with the scenario we have instacode and have the possible codes as above .

Code 15125 , 2334213123

Code 17456 , 3234213123

Code 18171 , 2134213123

Code 18469 , 1234213123

So if impressioning , we cut the key on our cut to code machine as , 1134213123.

Insert this key into the ignition and turn right and jiggle up and down , do this a few times .

Remove the key and inspect positions 1 & 2 , we are looking for marks , if one position has marked , then this position needs cutting to next depth , if both positions have marked then both positions need cutting down .

If using the info above if just the first position marked , then this confirms the 2nd position is a No 1 cut , so looking at what we have above , if position 2 is a 1 cut then it can only be code 18171 so we need to cut position 1 down to a 2 .

If not having instacode , we cut each position that marks down 1 cut , we then clean with wet n dry , and reinsert into ignition , turn and jiggle again , we then inspect positions 1&2 again , any position that marks needs cutting down 1 cut again .

Repeat this process and you will reach the correct key .

Whether progressing via instacode or impressioning the last cuts its a quick simple process to complete .

Once done we have the correct key for the lock .

Procedure if fitted with the 11 cut powered eccentric ignition

There will be no difference with regards the picking and decoding process of the door lock at all , other than remembering the positions marked on the tool will be incorrect.

The tool will suggest you are picking and decoding positions 3 to 10 , when in fact you will be picking and decoding positions 4 through 11 instead , this wont affect the picking process , but will become important when progressing via instacode to find the missing cuts .

With our decoded cuts in the above guide of 34213123 , we would select the 11 cut NSN14 version on instacode , then select new biting , we would then insert  the known cuts into positions 4 to 11 instead of 3 to 10 as before as in below diagram.

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Then click next to see the below screen

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As you can see , the codes are identical to the above progression on the 10 cut key . The only difference being that each one has a No 3 cut preceding it .

This is because in the 11 cut lock , the 1st cut is a generic No 3 cut , this will be the same on every key for the current series .

You wont always know if the car you are working on has the 11 cut powered eccentric ignition on it or not , this will only become obvious after you have cut the key , which will work fine in the door lock , but will fail in the ignition lock. This isn’t a problem , all we then need do is cut the 11th cut a No 3 cut at the bow end and the ignition will then operate.

How to pick & decode Lishi NE78 2in1 for Peugeot 406

This was the very 1st Lishi 2in1 pick decoder made , and this was the 1st article i did on the 2in1 tool for a uk magazine , im not sure if you come across this lock in the states , but it has a nasty light clutch , but with the 2in1 tool is a simple pick and decode.

This was the very 1st Lishi 2in1 pick decoder made , and this was the 1st article i did on the 2in1 tool for a uk magazine , im not sure if you come across this lock in the states , but it has a nasty light clutch , but with the 2in1 tool is a simple pick and decode.

UsingThe Lishi 2 in 1 Pick / decoder to pick and decode the prugeot 406 , NE78 Lock The new range of Lishi 2 in 1 picks and decoders in 1 unit I really like. They are neater than the old range, far easier to use with superb feedback, in fact the superior feedback has made picking a whole lot easier. Below is one of the tools from the range, The Lishi NE78, 2 in 1 pick/decoder.

This was the very 1st Lishi 2in1 pick decoder made , and this was the 1st article i did on the 2in1 tool for a uk magazine , im not sure if you come across this lock in the states , but it has a nasty light clutch , but with the 2in1 tool is a simple pick and decode.     UsingThe Lishi 2 in 1 Pick / decoder to pick and decode the prugeot 406 , NE78 Lock The new range of Lishi 2 in 1 picks and decoders in 1 unit I really like. They are neater than the old range, far easier to use with superb feedback, in fact the superior feedback has made picking a whole lot easier. Below is one of the tools from the range, The Lishi NE78, 2 in 1 pick/decoder.  1    New Lishi 2 in 1 pick/decoder NE78 common on Peugeot 406.  2   The gauge with the wafer positions running right to left and the height lines to the right make reading and positioning spot on every time.    PICKING THE LOCK   Insert the pick tool into the lock, once inserted, apply very very light tension, as in picture below;  3   line up the pointer to the 0 position on the grid, as in the picture 1 below, then gently push the wafer manipulator up or down, on the unmarked line above the 0 position, as in picture 2 below.  4  Picture 1  5  Picture 2   If wafer resistance is felt the pick is correctly inserted, if no wafer resistance is felt at all then the pick is upside down, turn pick over and repeat above test.   Once wafer resistance is felt, you need to reapply your light tension, position the picks pointer on position 0 and gently push the wafer manipulator up or down slowly on the unmarked line opposite the 0, until you feel a little light jump, verify wafer is picked by gently depressing the manipulator down and you will feel it move and spring back, much like a picked lever in a mortice lock, it will feel springy to the touch.   Keep your very light tension on and slide the pointer to position 9 on the gauge as in picture below.  6   Push the wafer up or down gently on the unmarked line opposite the 9 until springy as with 0 position, pictured below;  7   repeat the process for each position from 0 down to position 1  8   picking all 10 wafers, do not get tempted to apply more tension at this point, as if not fully picked the clutch will engage rather than the lock open, as in picture 1, picture 2 shows the lock open.  9  10   When you believe you have set each wafer, prior to applying opening tension, get into the habit of checking each position to ensure each position is springy, once this is confirmed, apply more tension to the tensioner and open the lock.   With a little practice the increased feel and simplicity of use of these new tools, the picking process takes around 1 minute to complete tops. In fact I had my 15 year old son and 7 year old daughter having never picked a car lock before opening these in 1 to 2 minutes, such is the ease of use compared to the old tool range.    DECODING THE LOCK   Decoding the lock is now far easier than before, same tool, no need to spike the plug to hold it whilst you remove the pick and insert the decoder, and no need to remove the decoder to turn it over to decode side 2.   Once the lock has been picked to the open position, hold the pick with your tension in the open position, then position the pointer on the gauge in the 0 position as in picture below.  11   Gently depress the plunger down towards the number ( opposite direction to that picked in ) until it stops without force applied, on the side the number is on, in this case the 0, and read the line it stops on as line/height 1, 2, 3 or 4, and you have the cut for this position. We start by decoding all of the even numbers first, so we start at tip 0 and work to bow 2, 0, 8, 6, 4 and 2 as in pictures below;   0 position Stops line/cut No 2  12   8 position stops on line/cut No 1  13   6 position stops on line/cut No 1  14   4 position stops on line/cut No 3  15   2 position stops on line/cut No 2  16   So side of the key A is cuts from tip to bow, 2, 1, 1, 3 and 2, checked against the bottom row of the key below;  17   This bottom row bow to tip, left to right, 2, 3, 1, 1 and 2 at tip, decoded spot on! Now we decode the odd positions 9, 7, 5, 3 and 1 for side B of the key, from tip to bow below;   9 position stops on line/cut No 1  18   7 position stops on line/cut No 3  19   5 position stops on line/cut No 4  20   3 position stops on line/cut No 3  21   1 position stops on line/cut No 3  22   So this reads the key from positions 9, 7, 5, 3 and 1 tip to bow as , 1, 3, 4, 3 and 3, this gives us the cut of side B of the key pictured as top row below;  23   Top row, reads from bow to tip as cuts, 3, 3, 4, 3 and 1 so again decoded spot on. So as you now have the cuts for both sides/axis of key, You can now cut the key and begin programming.   The decode gauge is extremely accurate and very quick and easy to use, with a little practice I have sampled 12 different Peugeot 406 locks, with average times for picking and decoding the lock accurately between 1 and a half minutes to 2 and a half minutes throughout.

New Lishi 2 in 1 pick/decoder NE78 common on Peugeot 406.

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The gauge with the wafer positions running right to left and the height lines to the right make reading and positioning spot on every time.

PICKING THE LOCK

Insert the pick tool into the lock, once inserted, apply very very light tension, as in picture below;

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line up the pointer to the 0 position on the grid, as in the picture 1 below, then gently push the wafer manipulator up or down, on the unmarked line above the 0 position, as in picture 2 below.

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Picture 1

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Picture 2

If wafer resistance is felt the pick is correctly inserted, if no wafer resistance is felt at all then the pick is upside down, turn pick over and repeat above test.

Once wafer resistance is felt, you need to reapply your light tension, position the picks pointer on position 0 and gently push the wafer manipulator up or down slowly on the unmarked line opposite the 0, until you feel a little light jump, verify wafer is picked by gently depressing the manipulator down and you will feel it move and spring back, much like a picked lever in a mortice lock, it will feel springy to the touch.

Keep your very light tension on and slide the pointer to position 9 on the gauge as in picture below.

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Push the wafer up or down gently on the unmarked line opposite the 9 until springy as with 0 position, pictured below;

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repeat the process for each position from 0 down to position 1

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picking all 10 wafers, do not get tempted to apply more tension at this point, as if not fully picked the clutch will engage rather than the lock open, as in picture 1, picture 2 shows the lock open.

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When you believe you have set each wafer, prior to applying opening tension, get into the habit of checking each position to ensure each position is springy, once this is confirmed, apply more tension to the tensioner and open the lock.

With a little practice the increased feel and simplicity of use of these new tools, the picking process takes around 1 minute to complete tops. In fact I had my 15 year old son and 7 year old daughter having never picked a car lock before opening these in 1 to 2 minutes, such is the ease of use compared to the old tool range.

DECODING THE LOCK

Decoding the lock is now far easier than before, same tool, no need to spike the plug to hold it whilst you remove the pick and insert the decoder, and no need to remove the decoder to turn it over to decode side 2.

Once the lock has been picked to the open position, hold the pick with your tension in the open position, then position the pointer on the gauge in the 0 position as in picture below.

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Gently depress the plunger down towards the number ( opposite direction to that picked in ) until it stops without force applied, on the side the number is on, in this case the 0, and read the line it stops on as line/height 1, 2, 3 or 4, and you have the cut for this position. We start by decoding all of the even numbers first, so we start at tip 0 and work to bow 2, 0, 8, 6, 4 and 2 as in pictures below;

0 position Stops line/cut No 2

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8 position stops on line/cut No 1

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6 position stops on line/cut No 1

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4 position stops on line/cut No 3

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2 position stops on line/cut No 2

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So side of the key A is cuts from tip to bow, 2, 1, 1, 3 and 2, checked against the bottom row of the key below;

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This bottom row bow to tip, left to right, 2, 3, 1, 1 and 2 at tip, decoded spot on! Now we decode the odd positions 9, 7, 5, 3 and 1 for side B of the key, from tip to bow below;

9 position stops on line/cut No 1

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7 position stops on line/cut No 3

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5 position stops on line/cut No 4

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3 position stops on line/cut No 3

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1 position stops on line/cut No 3

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So this reads the key from positions 9, 7, 5, 3 and 1 tip to bow as , 1, 3, 4, 3 and 3, this gives us the cut of side B of the key pictured as top row below;

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Top row, reads from bow to tip as cuts, 3, 3, 4, 3 and 1 so again decoded spot on. So as you now have the cuts for both sides/axis of key, You can now cut the key and begin programming.

The decode gauge is extremely accurate and very quick and easy to use, with a little practice I have sampled 12 different Peugeot 406 locks, with average times for picking and decoding the lock accurately between 1 and a half minutes to 2 and a half minutes throughout.

How to accurate pick and decode Lishi Ford hu101 & Lishi Vauxhall hu100?

I’ve got the picking side if lishi just about cracked. I’m struggling with the decoding once the lock is open. I’m wasting 4 or 5 blank blades and sometimes still not getting it. Problem locks for me Ford hu101 and Vauxhall hu100. I’m doing something fundamentally wrong as I just can’t get it right. Any tips for an accurate decode.

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(Pic 1. Vauxhall Lishi hu100 lock and decoder)

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(Pic.2: Ford Lishi hu101 lock and decoder)

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Awesome tips for an accurate decode:

heavy handed picking use can cause the tools to miss read , even slight heavy handed use can distort the little snib that picks and decodes the wafer , if the snib is distorted just a 10th of a mm it can read an entire cut out on the grid .

 

the first thing to do is check how accurately your tool is reading , to do this you need a lock that you know the decode of , pick and decode it and compare to the known decode , if the reader is reading just past or just before a line on a known lock it is safe to assume it will read this way on the next lock so you can compensate for this when decoding .

if using an ignition enabled tool , this have had the shoulders taken down to allow full insertion in the ignition , this causes a more sloppy fit in the door lock , so its important to ensure your tool is correctly centered when decoding.

 

HU101 and HU100 are both twin lift tools that decode in the same direction as picking , so in order to maximise accuracy when decoding , very gently move the reading arrow along the line , literally just finger tip pressure , very gentle , you will feel the tool make its 1st point of contact with the wafer , then gently push past the spring until it stops , this stop point is your reading, too heavy handed and you can push past the reading. ie . finger tip pressure move the reader along the line to the 1st point of contact if this stops on a 3 cut the reading will be a 2 cut as when you gently push past the spring till it stops it will be a cut away from the 1st point of contact.

 

when picking these , memorise the positions you didnt need to pick , these will be the deepest cut , ie 4 cut in an hu100 and 5 cut in an hu101 , read these positions you didnt have to pick first as you know what they are cut wise , see how your tool reads them , ie just above , just below or bang on the line , each position on that tracks arm will read the same , either just above just below or bang on the line .

 

ensure light tension when picking , check and know the tool and how its reading , ensure an ignition enabled tool is properly centered , its easy to move off center on an ignition enabled tool , memorise the positions you didn’t need to pick and compensate on rest of positions on that track , crack these points and these locks will cause you no more grief.

 

LISHI HU101 2-in-1 Auto Pick and Decoder Ford Video on Youtube:

 

 

LISHI HU100 2-in-1 Auto Pick and Decoder Vauxhall Video on Youtube:

Genuine Lishi 2 in 1 User Guide

Lishi 2 in 1 user guide free download:

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Lishi 2 in 1 User Guide outlines in detail how the tool interacts with the lock, where the wafers are and are not, which way they move and which lever on the tool moves the wafer.

Knowing this information will help you to make the most of the Genuine Lishi 2-in-1 tools, as it not only makes the tools much easier to use, but also enables you to find the code and the remaining (missing) cuts.

The guide also demonstrates how to progress the cuts in Instacode, and points out inconsistencies in the various code programmes (on some locks and codes).

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  • GM37W: GMC, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Pontiac
  • GM37 Ortec: GMC, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Pontiac
  • GT10: Aprilia, Lancia, Iveco, Vespa and More
  • GT15: Alfa, Lancia, Piaggio, Vespa, Fiat
  • HU49: VW, Audi, Porsche and Seat
  • HU56: Volvo, Mitsubishi and Smart
  • HU66: (Twin Lever): VW, Audi, Skoda, Seat and Ford
  • HU92 (Twin Lever): BMW, Rover, Mini
  • HYN7R: Hyundai, Kia
  • HY15 & HY16: Hyundai, Kia
  • HY20: Hyundai, Kia
  • MAZ24R: Mazda
  • MIT11R: Mitsubishi, Citroen, Dodge, Proton, Chrysler
  • NE66: This Volvo
  • NE72: Peugeot, Citroen, Renault
  • NE78: Peugeot, Citroen, Renault
  • NSN11: Nissan, Subaru, Ford, Infiniti, Isuzu, Holden
  • SIP22: Alfa, Lancia, Peugeot, Citroen, Fiat
  • TOY2: Toyota, Lexus
  • FO21 Tibbe: Ford, Jaguar, Aston Martin
  • Understanding Tibbe: Door and Ignition Locks

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(src: http://lishi-2in1.blogspot.com/ )

 

How to use Genuine Lishi TOY43R 2in1

Despite only having 8 positions on this pick decoder , this tool is for the 10 Cut TOY43R lock and not the 8 cut toy43 lock with the 2 split wafer positions in it.

Genuine Lishi TOY43R 2in1 locksmith tool, how to use:

Despite only having 8 positions on this pick decoder , this tool is for the 10 Cut TOY43R lock and not the 8 cut toy43 lock with the 2 split wafer positions in it.

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The reason this tool only has 8 of the 10 positions on it , is due to the door lock only housing 8 of the 10 cuts , only the ignition houses all 10 wafers . Once the door lock is picked and decoded , the 8 decoded and known cuts are entered into instacode , and the cutting tree will give you the remaining 2 cuts required for the ignition. Position 1 and 2 are found in the ignition lock only , so the tool grid is numbered 3 to 10.

 

The Lishi TOY43 2in1 pick is a very quick pick and decode for this very widely used Toyota lock , and will simplify producing the key blade for this lock and greatly simplify the entire gain entry process on this lock.

My own experience with this tool is to gain entry in under a minute generally and pick and decode in under 5 mins every time, so far without fail.

There is no proven picking sequence as yet with this particular tool , be careful not to overlift , as the No 4 cuts need no lift at all as these are already set to open as soon as tension is applied , so the more No 4 cuts the lock has in it , the simpler it will be to pick open.

Only a light to medium tension is required , and if a wafer has any movement at all , do not lift it at all !.

The lock has no preference to picking direction , and is easily picked to either direction , in addition the lock doesn’t need to be picked first , you can direct decode this with the 2in1 by applying turning tension and reading each position. However a more accurate decode is always achieved if picked first and held in the picked position, especially on worn locks.

The Picking Process

When picking this lock , the most common mistake is too much tension and overlifting , too much tension almost always leads to overlifting a wafer .

I cant stress enough the need to use only a light to medium tension and have full control over the lifting arm at all times.

Prior to picking i always advise flushing the lock out well with WD40 / GT85 or similar , this will help maximise feel during the picking process .

As I have already mentioned above , the No 4 wafers are already set and need no lift what so ever is needed to set these , so gently tickling each position to feel for any slight movement is essential , so when probing for a binding wafer it is essential that you don’t lift any wafer more than a ¼ mm , just a tiny tickle will confirm if binding or moving , if moving then leave well alone, as overlifting a No 4 cut is a common reason for failure to pick this lock.

As the lock has no confirmed preferred picking sequence , it is simple and traditional picking process of tickling each position no more than a ¼ mm to find a binding wafer , if it moves at all leave it alone, if it binds lift it just one grid increment at a time until movement is felt when tickling, so pick a binding wafer 1 x grid increment , then tickle it ¼ mm to see if moving or still binding, if still binding then pick another grid increment until movement is felt.

As long as you only lift a binding wafer , then once each binding wafer has movement the lock will open , demonstrated in the picture guide below.

 

Picking The TOY43 lock

Begin by fully inserting the Lishi TOY43 tool into the lock and apply a light to medium tension

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Find the 1st Binding wafer and then each binding wafer in turn

In this Lock position 3 is the 1st to bind & pick

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Position 8 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 6 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 5 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 5 binds and picks again and the lock opens.

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This particular lock was picked in under a minute so was a fairly simple differ to pick open due to the amount of No 4 cuts in the lock. As positions 4 , 7 , 9 and 10 didnt need picking , this confirms to us that these are No 4 cuts , the below decode process should confirm this.

Decoding the TOY43 lock using the Lishi 2in1 locksmith tool

This lock can be direct decoded , without the need for it being picked first , the process is to apply firm tension and decode each position using the same process as decoding when picked , however on worn locks the odd misleading reading can happen, so we advise picking first for best and most accurate results.

As this is a twin lifter tool , we decode in the same direction as we picked in , pushing the lifting arm across the numbered line and reading the cut height from where it stops using the numbered lines on the right hand side grid.

The process is as simple as hold the lock in the picked position and read each position 3 to 10 as below .

Position 3 is a No 3 cut

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Position 4 is confirmed as a No 4 cut

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Position 5 is a No 2 cut

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Position 6 is a No 2 cut

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Position 7 is confirmed as a No 4 cut

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Position 8 is a No 3 cut

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Position 9 is confirmed as a No 4 cut

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Position 10 is also confirmed as a No 4 cut

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This gives us the majority of the key cuts needed , and gives us the 10 cut key from bow to tip of ??34224344 , so we enter this into instacode , and it gives us the cutting tree , which in this case was 1 of several possible keys that would use a maximum of 2 blanks to find correct key.

 

However , despite the fact that this tool is not designed for the ignition , i insert the tool fully into the ignition and feel for the 1st 2 wafers , it wont line up to a grid position accurately , but when a light tension is applied to the lock and you have found the 1st 2 wafers the cut height grid is still accurate and the front 2 positions can be directly decoded , so the entire key can be read .

In doing this the entire key was 2134224344 .

So despite the tool not being constructed to read the ignition , with a little forsight it is possible to read the missing wafers in position 1 and 2 by a little lateral thinking.

 

Lishi TOY43 2in 1 in details…

http://www.uobdii.com/wholesale/toy43-2-in-1-auto-pick-and-decoder.html

 

Lishi TOY43 Engraved Line Key in details…

http://www.uobdii.com/wholesale/lishi-toy43r-engraved-line-key.html

Turbo Decoder and Lishi Auto Pick which is better choice?

I am looking for something to pick/decode good quality. They are so many Lishi tools or turbo decoders. I do not know what to choose.

I am looking for something to pick/decode good quality. They are so many Lishi tools or turbo decoders. I do not know what to choose.

Turbo Decoder 1

Locksmith suggestions:

1. Lishi auto pick and decoder 2-in-1 never failed me.

Turbo decoder is something like a collectible sweet candy for me, perfect tool to make “jobs what need to being fast”, but in a locksmith case time does not matter and from it’s price you can get 10 Lishi….

Lishi have some picks what can not just push but pull back the levers, its very helpful if a spring just broke inside and the wafer falls down or you push it over and dirt keep it there.

2.If it was me i’d go for Lishi. Turbo Decoder is nice.. but why would spent 10x times bigger if the cheaper one can do the same job effectively as the one that cost more? If the purpose is to make a living, Lishi is sufficient. If you’re looking for a collectible items..then go for Turbo.

3.Learn how to use lishi, more reliable and fraction of the cost

4.I choose Lishi tool. Have seen 4 broken Turbo type HU101 tools in locks by different users too also decodes seem a little out .

Lishi is the way to go cheap enough and great range .

5.I would by turbo decoders if there were not so much i have used them like them more than lishi but lishi is better in the long run on your pocket and saving you form having to run an keycode

6.Most lishi work well. The most useful lishi I have is the Lishi hu66 decoder. this will get a direct read from the ignition.

7.You can detect dirt, rust, broken springs, bend shims, claugtgrease, better with the lishi. Not with the turbo decoder.
So poking and probing it first with a lishi may preserve the expensive turbo decoder,

 

8.Turbo can decode faster, but you need a lot of practice to learn to feel it. It is not some automatic senseless tool. Working with it is not much different than with lishi. But it can be faster and much easier to use. Much easier to decode the key positions too.

Lishi HU66 2 in 1 decoding keys of VW Audi Seat Skoda Ford Porsche

It’s an instruction on how to get codes with Lishi HU66 2 in 1 decoder before cutting keys on Condor XC mini master.

It’s an instruction on how to get codes with Lishi HU66 2 in 1 decoder before cutting keys on Condor XC mini master.

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Lishi HU66 decode success!

Then you can cut keys with the codes on iKeycutter Condor key cutting machine.

Tech support from http://www.uobdii.com/

How to tell if your locksmith tool is original Lishi or not?

Someone feedback it is not difficult to tell if you locksmith tool is original Lishi or not.

Someone feedback it is not difficult to tell if you locksmith tool is original Lishi or not.

Here I would like to share 3 tips to recognize the real one from the bad one.

 

Tip 1:

MR Li showed a test where he drew a copy tool down a metal chair leg and the tool marked the table, he repeated with his tool and no mark.

 

Tip 2: Real lishi tool with a new hollogram logo – Mr. Li face, that will be hard to replicate.

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Take uobdii.com for example, it is an Original LiShi Locksmith Tool authorized distributor for approx 4 years, all Lishi tool here: http://www.uobdii.com/wholesale/brand-lishi/, after open it you will agree they are all marked with such a logo.

Take this HON66 2-in-1 Auto Pick for example.

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Tip 3: Check patent number on the tools

The one made by the inventor, Mr. Li , you will see the patent number on the tools. The other one is NOT make by Mr. Li, it does NOT have patent number on it.

Look at the following one, “PAT: 2006xxxxx” is the Patent number:

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Hope it helps!

 

FYI, one UK customer feedback he really like more the china tools than the European ‘originals’. The china ones are more comfortable to hold and use for him.

 LISHI HU162T (9) picking by Mr Li

LISHI HU162T(10) 2-in-1 Auto Pick and Decoder for Audi has been released at uobd2:
http://www.uobd2.net/wholesale/lishi-hu162t10-2-in-1-auto-pick-and-decoder-for-audi.html

LISHI HU162T(10) 2-in-1 Auto Pick and Decoder for Audi has been released at uobd2:

http://www.uobdii.com/wholesale/lishi-hu162t10-2-in-1-auto-pick-and-decoder-for-audi.html

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