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New Genuine Lishi 8 Cut Tibbe Decoder for Jaguar

£110.16 £100.98

Excl. VAT

101 Points

Product Code: PFTPD-8CUT

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New Genuine Lishi 8 Cut Tibbe Decoder for Jaguar

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Features:

- Designed on the same principal as the 6 cut Tibbe using the same style of turners
There are 8 turners with 3 heights instead of the standard 6 turners with 4 heights
Described as a decoder - ideally used with a make up key or to cut to code new key
Enclosed in a box that is part of the Night Vision Tray system (doesn't include any extras)

Designed to be used on the following vehicles:


Sovereign (1990 Onwards)
Vanden Plas (1990 - 1997)
XJ-12 Series 3 (1990 - 1994)
XJ6 (1990 - 1997)
XJ8 (1998 - 2003)
XJR (1995 - 1997)
XJS (1990 - 2001)
XK (1997 - 2006)

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Today the Genuine Lishi logo is the most recognised trademark in the auto locksmith world. It is a symbol of quality and it's a registered trademark of UAP Limited.

The Genuine Lishi logo and trademark is your guarantee that the tools you buy from us are sourced from high quality suppliers. If you want tools that work time and time again, and tools that are kept up to date in vehicle designs, then the Genuine Lishi brand is the one for you. You can buy with confidence when you see the Genuine Lishi Logo and use Genuine Lishi approved distributors; so do not take the risk and buy low quality auto tools. Look out for authorised Genuine Lishi distributors, the approved Genuine Lishi Trainers, and the Genuine Lishi logo on each tool.

For more information about how to use Genuine Lishi tools, and to find out which vehicles a tool will pick/decode, please visit www.GenuineLishi.com.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: If this tool is used in the ignition lock, there is a chance that it may become stuck behind the dust shield. Do not use this tool in ignition locks if you are unsure of how to remove it again. Misuse of the tool will void the warranty.

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