I tried to program a second remote and got this error 702. Customer got pin code 4 numbers three days ago. SI states 12hr time stamp,so got a new one today,different 4number code. I thought it should be a 5 number? Any way I have not done one of the new Chrysler’s yet. What did I Not Do?
Yes it needs to be a 5 digit. But the other problem is that the PIN from the dealer only works with a dealer login even if your using Witech. Otherwise you need an LSID/VSP to do it. This all the further my knowledge goes. I'll let more experienced guys chime in.
As stated the PIN provided from the dealer will not work for you. They are the dealer (using dealer connect) and we are aftermarket (using tech authority). Your only options are A:) find someone who is a VSP to complete this service for you, B:) send it to the dealer, C:) Find a locksmith that has some aftermarket tools that can decipher/read the correct PIN code.
Hi John, There are other tools other than the factory tool that will program keys to that vehicle. If you see yourself needing to add keys on a regular basis, then you may consider them. Smart Pro is one and the AutoProPad is the other. The Smart Pro is the new incarnation of the MVP by Advanced Diagnostics. It uses a token system. The initial cost is not too bad. The AutoProPad is more…
That's cool info Mike. Sorry for this question I'm still green at this stuff. Do these aftermarket still require an LSID/VSP??
No it would be no different than buying a scan tool online. The tool then if capable will go in and pull the code if needed and then you can relearn the key from there. I recently purchased the AutoProPad and it is a great tool.
Hi Caleb, No LSID needed for either tool. In most instances you don't even need internet access to use the tool.
If using witech 2.0 aftermarket that's a bug with that software at this time. Happened to me. It was looking for a dealer techs login for the key programming. Did not allow the tech authority login to program the key fob.