2011 - 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee 6 Button Proximity Fobik Key w/ Remote Start - Emergency key included - IYZ-C01C
*This remote is for push-button-start vehicles*
2011 - 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Please contact us via phone (1-855-224-7258 EXT-3) or live support chat to the bottom right of our website to confirm programming for this product. Our techs will make sure you know everything you need to!
If our techs inform you that this product needs to be programmed by a Locksmith, you may do Google search here for 'automotive locksmith' followed by your zip code. We suggest calling Locksmiths to find the best rate for the programming and/or cutting service.
PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THE DEALERSHIP TO PROGRAM THIS REMOTE AS THEY DO NOT HAVE THE PROPER PROGRAMMERS.
Chrysler/ Jeep/ Dodge Proximity Fobik Remote Programming with MVP/ T-Code Pro
Please ensure your locksmith has the Advanced Diagnostic equipment needed (MVP or T-Code) and that they follow the instructions below: have them show you, step by step, this process to ensure they are doing the required steps so you can be 100% sure they followed our instructions! Failure to follow these steps could complicate your return process and/or lock the remote up, causing additional charges.
Note: on certain year Jeep Grand Cherokee’s your locksmith should use the Dodge Grand Caravan vehicle selection with the Tan (G) dongle or Smart Dongle.
Take all fobiks out of vehicle and test each fobik, one at a time, by ONLY HAVING 1 remote on you at a time. Test all buttons except remote start button. Get in vehicle and test that the proximity feature works by pushing in the brake pedal and pushing the start button. Turn vehicle off and exit the vehicle. Walk at least 5 feet away and lock the doors. Press the remote start button in and leave it pushed in for several seconds. If the car does not start, re-press it down and leave it down until it does starts.
Note: Keyless-N-Go programming MUST be done SECOND- NOT FIRST! If your locksmith follows these directions they will not lock the remote up so it cannot be programmed and you will have a working proximity remote.
These instructions are only for locksmith’s that use the top of the line equipment from Advanced Diagnostics. Keyless Ride “Hotwire” programmers are NOT good with Mopar remotes. Cheap knock-off and/or Chinese programmers are cheap for a reason. Avoid them and the locksmith’s that use them as their sole programming equipment. Dealerships have their own methods that these instructions do not pertain to. A fee will be assessed to returns sent back by Dealer Program Failure.