I’ll use Xhorse App to control them, or a VVDI Key Tool Max is also workable.
Insert the key into Key Reader Blade Skimmer, go to
Vehicle database >> Suzuki >> Swift >> new(After 2019) >> HU87R >> OK >> Optical identification >> Identification >> Identification
It’s identifying automatically…
Bitting codes came out! Very quickly in a few seconds.
It says 3423124312.
Fix a new key blank to be cut on clamp in advance.
To cut >> Cutting key >> Cut
Xhorse Dolphin will start cutting key directly.
Remove the new key to check.
It can switch the lock. The bitting is same with the original one.
Using Key Reader to work with Xhorse Key Cutting Machine is quite efficient. It only took me less than 4 minutes to finish the job.