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#1 Old 12-04-2012, 08:56 AM
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I am in UK and have just bought a 2004 Murano which unfortunately is missing some 'start' bits ! Nissan UK dont want to know as this is an imported car (2007). I do have a key blade which goes in and a small light comes on but the key does not turn. There is also a small 3 point socket which may be for an immobiliser plug? Can any one help re obtaining original key/start device please. Does anyone know how to get automatic gearbox out of Park when you dont have a proper key - so I can move the darned thing. All advice gratefully received.
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You can go here to obtain (free) the Nissan Factory Service Manual in pdf form, for your 2004 Nissan Murano: Index of /FSM/murano/2004

For a free copy of the 2004 Nisan Murano owners manual in pdf form go here: http://www.courtesyparts.com/pdf/2004-Nissan-Murano.pdf

Gleaned this info about the Shift Lock Release, out of the 2004 Murano owner's manual for you:

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You can buy the ignition/key switch assembly used on eBAY. You want to buy a used one that comes with a key! Here are eBay vendors offering the part(s).

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trks...at=0&_from=R40

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I am in UK and have just bought a 2004 Murano which unfortunately is missing some 'start' bits ! Nissan UK dont want to know as this is an imported car (2007). I do have a key blade which goes in and a small light comes on but the key does not turn. There is also a small 3 point socket which may be for an immobiliser plug? Can any one help re obtaining original key/start device please. Does anyone know how to get automatic gearbox out of Park when you dont have a proper key - so I can move the darned thing. All advice gratefully received.
First start at a local nissan dealership's service department. They will want the VIN number so they can order the correct key for your Murano. Nissan of UK should be able to order the correct key using the VIN and the proper papers.

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I'm not understanding this post. You bought a car that doesn't have any keys? How is that even possible?

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I agree with HALWG, how can you buy a car with no keys at all?
This must be a stolen and abandoned car
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Something is rotten in Denmark!
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I suggest that the OP tell the rest of the story.....

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This statement doesn't sound right ==> Nissan UK dont want to know as this is an imported car (2007) <=== The dealership would jump at this opportunity cuz they could make quick $$$$ on these easily...
There's something fishy about this whole thing...
Should not provide any info till the OP explain exactly about this MO
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Well, my feeling is the OP needs to tender no explanation. He came here for Murano related answers and not for an interrogation or to be accused of being up to no good.

Of course, the OP may very well be a lets say a thief. Regardless it is none of my F__king business or anyone elses, plain and simple!

By the way, I can think of many ways to acquire a vehicle without a key. Example, you purchase a vehicle at a vehicle auction, an estate auction, at a salvage yard, etc.. I had a relative die just a few years ago... we never did find his car keys. Had to get dealer to make keys after title was re-issued (weeks the car sat) to the family member that the car was left to.

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Well its a matter of opinion.
So if the OP happens to be a lets say a thief, then you also just happen to teach him how to move that Murano.... Smart !
By the way, only a stupid idiot would buy a vehicle without a key.
Now that is my F__king opinion !
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As the OP for this subject I thank those with a positive replies. For the others obviously suspicion overides all ! Here in UK we often buy cars from the Police or legitimate Auctions without keys (my seller was the former and the owner is detained at Her Majesty's pleasure as we Brits like to say !) You can lose your car here for not paying annual road taxes. Have solved the problem now thanks. Honestly Guv I am not a thief.
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