I called Dodge in Renton and they said they aren't allowed to give code out but I do not understand why they are not allowed to give the code to the owner of the car, I understand proof of ownership might be required. I am told the code comes with the new car when a person buys it.
Well maybe somebody here can help.
Yes only one key but I bought a key and ACE cut it for FREE, yeah ACE.
It will start the car but because it is not programmed the engine dies quickly.
I have a SBB key programmer and it has saved me a lot of money programming.
I am registered with NASTF National Automotive Service Task Force.
I'm just exhausting my options before they run out.
Hey Kev2 after paying a locksmith $160 for one key and programming, $160 was mid range for one key. I thought to myself there must be a better way and bought the SBB which paid for itself the second key I programmed.
It is all about the $$$$$$$ and a lot of people are getting the answer to ( What would you be if you were attached to another object by an inclined plane, wrapped helically around an axis?)
Dealers and smiths do it all the time.
I use two different methods now. One is j2534, the other is pure butchery.
I prefer the j protocols. Less intrusive.
Will be going ADAS courses soon. Will be nice to get a look at what I will have to work on in the next few years. After that, maybe the beginning of hydrogen cells as mandatory. That would better a better "mandatory" advancement than an AI car!