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How to use Lishi Ford HU101 Auto Pick and Decoder

It’s a write-up of picking and decoding the Ford HU101 lock, using the Lishi HU101 2in1 auto pick/decoder .

 

The Ford HU101 lock is considered by many to be one of the hardest auto locks to defeat , but in reality they are quite a straight forward pick and decode. The 2 factors that hamper many when picking this lock are too much tension and overlifting, cure these traits and the lock is a straight forward and quick defeat.

 

As with any lock it is a big help to study information resources such as instacode , this will give you alot of information about a lock and plenty of crucial info , in studying this resource we can note that no adjoining wafer will be no more than 2 heights different to the one next door to it , so a No 1 height can only have a No2 or No 3 height next door to it and so on.

 

We can also note that the No 10 position in the older series will always be a No2 height and will only differ in the later extended series of this lock.

 

This lock requires the lightest of tension possible, only just a gentle tension for best results , anything more than a gentle tension will hamper picking , the stronger the tension the harder the lock will be to open. So very very very light tension , i cannot highlight the importance of this enough .

 

 

The HU101 Lock

 

The HU101 Lock found on Ford cmax models from 2003 and most newer models , as well as on Land Rover and Range Rover models from 2006 , and on the new Volvo models. ( though only the lishi 2in1 picks and the new lishi HU101 +10 picks will pick the landrover, range rover and the new Volvo locks , the old lishi HU101 and the copy picks will not pick these models at all ).

 

The lock has 10 positions and 5 wafer heights , making it a difficult lock to overlift and difficult to pick with rakes etc , it is this type of lock that the locksmith benefits greatly from the lishi range.

 

The differs reduce drastically once some common differ info is known on the HU101 lock . The following applies to the entire HU101 range of locks to date, with the exception of the extended series, but covers the most common series 1 to 4000.

 

1) The No 10 position nearest the tip will always be a No 2 Cut ( except in the extended series).

2) The No 1 position nearest the bow will never be a number 1 cut

3) There will never be more than 2 height differences between wafers next door to each other Lock sequence picking

 

After a year of testing and use of this tool , we have found this lock responds best if picked in a sequence , following this sequence picking greatly increases the success rate with this lock.

 

If picking the lock in a clockwise direction , then follow the following sequence:

 

Pick positions 1 , 5 , 9 , 4 and 8 first in what ever order they bind first , when these are set a slight plug movement will be felt , this movement confirms that these positions are set. Then pick positions 2 , 3 , 6 , 7 and 10 in what ever order they bind and the lock will open

 

If picking the lock in an anti clockwise direction then pick positions 2 , 3 , 6 , 7 and 10 first , when plug movement to confirm set then pick positions 1 , 5 , 9 , 4 and 8 until open.

 

The lock often picks easiest in the locking direction.

 

 Step 1: Pick the HU101 lock

 

Begin by fully inserting the pick in the lock , and ensure a wafer can be felt in position 1 , once fully inserted , apply the lightest of feather tension , too much tension will make the wafers impossible to pick, will cause overlifting and will result in damage to your tool.

 

So having applied a very light tension pick positions 1 , 5 , 9 , 4 and 8 in what ever order they bind first , so tickle each wafer in turn , if it moves then try the next , pick each solid wafer in turn till it moves again, once all are set a slight plug movement will be felt , this confirms these are set. We then pick positions 2 , 3 , 6 , 7 and 10 in which ever order they bind until the lock opens.

 

A picture example is below ;

 

Position 1 is the first to bind and pick

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Position 5 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 9 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 4 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 8 is the next to pick, at which point a slight movement of the plug is felt, confirming this first sequence is picked and set

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So we now move to the 2nd sequence.

Position 2 is the next to pick

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Position 10 is the next to bind and pick

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Position 6 is next to bind and pick

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Position 3 is next to bind and pick

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Position 7 is the last to bind and pick

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The lock is open.

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Following the sequence picking greatly simplifies the picking process and if followed with very light tension and a little practice, picking this lock becomes a simple process. Once picked we hold the lock in the open position to decode it.

 

 

Step 2: Decode the Lock using the Lishi HU101 decoder

 

As The HU101 is a 2 lifter tool , we decode in the same direction as we picked and with the same lifting arm, this lock can only be decoded whilst held in the picked position.

 

When lifting the arm along the line a spring is felt , push past the spring until the stop position , the full stop position is where you take the reading and not at the beginning of the springy feeling. So decoding in the same direction as we picked, this lock decoded as ;

 

Position 1 decodes as a No2 cut

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Position No2 decodes as a number 2 cut

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Position No3 decodes as a No2 cut

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Position No 4 decodes as a No 3 cut

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Position 5 decodes as a No 4 cut

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Position No 6 decodes as a No 3 cut

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Position 7 decodes as a No 2 cut

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Position 8 decodes as a No 1 cut

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Position 9 decodes as a No 2 cut

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Position 10 decodes as a No 2 cut

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So the lock here decodes from bow to tip as a 2223432122 .

 

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Lishi HU58 2 in 1 User Guide: How to pick & decode

Lishi tools 2 in 1 user guide for those keen to learn about the genuine Lishi BMW HU58 2 in 1 picking & over-lifting technique.

 

With Lishi HU58 2 in 1 lock pick and decoder when you pick the lock , the lock will turn slightly then you can decode the lock, but if you want to just open lock without decoding then pull out 2in1 a little and the lock will turn, if you don’t pull the tool slightly out then lock will not turn, they could not put the cut out on the tool as it is on the key as this would weaken the tool
An overlifter is a key blank cut with a No1 cut in each position yes then you must cut down the shoulders to allow room for complete key and tension wrench in the lock.
when you have made your overlifter key

1) insert tension wrench
2) insert your overlifter key fully so all wafers are lifted
3) apply tension to the tension wrench
4) remove the overlifter key maintaining the turning tension
5) this will hold all wafers in the No 1 height position
6) gently feather your tension removing a tiny bit of tension at a time.
7) you will hear little clicks as wafers fall in turn
8) once tension is fully removed if lock isnt open then start again

The knack is the feathering of the tension , let too much tension off in 1 go and too many wafers will drop , let too little off it takes longer , its just practice to get this rght.

 

Remember when picking the HU58 , the plug will turn 10 degrees once picked and stop , you then need to withdraw pick about 1/2 cm to a little arrow by the Lishi logo, once in line with arrow the plug will fully rotate and open.

There are 3 versions of this lock i’ve seen to date , some have wafers missing in some positions , some have all wafers and some have blocked No 9 position .

As has been said overlifting is a much quicker opening on these using a key cut to a No 1 height and the shoulders cut back , a good tension wrench and a little practice on correct feather tension yeilds instant results , same with mercedes HU64 overlift a dream.

Remember with BMW boots these pick anti clockwise to open , if you pick clockwise which is easier , hold the plug half way between verticle and horizontal then spin anti clockwise , as if you fully turn from vertical to horizontal you will apply the deadlock.
if the BMW plug on boot is vertical its not deadlocked and will open on central locking or will need picking anti clockwise once , if the plug is horizontal then its deadlocked and needs picking twice or spinning when half way between horizontal and vertical.

 

Here, attach some photos of how to use LISHI Lock Pick (HU58) for old BMW

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Works perfect! All done with LISHI HU58 2-in-1 and LISHI HU58 Blade for BMW

 

Hope this helps.