Key Fob 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Comprehensive Guide to Usage and Troubleshooting

Hey everybody, this is Travis with Banner Solutions, and today we are making spare keys for employees’ cars. The car we are working on is a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

First, we need to look up the key we need on the Banner website. We click on the vehicle lookup and then the vehicle search, entering the year, make, and model of the car. We specifically need a six-button key for this vehicle, and once we find it in stock, we proceed to order it.

After getting the key, we use the Auto Pro Pad G2 Turbo with the VCI connector for OBD to program it. Since this is a push-to-start car, we start by removing the push-to-start button and then insert the new key.

Next, on the Auto Pro Pad, we select Chrysler and then the specific model and year of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. We begin by pulling the pin code and proceed to program the blank key. After successful programming, we complete the process by putting the push-to-start button back in and testing the new key.

We’re continuing to produce a series of videos where we make spare keys for all of the employees’ cars, so stay tuned for more!

What vehicle is being worked on in the video?

The video is working on a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

How is the key lookup process done?

The key lookup process is done by visiting the banner website, clicking on the vehicle lookup, and then entering the year, make, and model of the vehicle to search for the key.

What programming device is used for the key programming?

The Auto Pro Pad G2 Turbo with the VCI connector for OBD is used for the key programming.

What steps are involved in the key programming process?

The key programming process involves removing the push to start button, inserting the new key, selecting the vehicle make and model, reading the pin code, and programming the blank key using the Auto Pro Pad G2 Turbo.

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