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6 months 2 weeks ago #201292 by Elle
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Looking for key programming software or scan tool recommendations. The SBB PRO2 keeps coming up but it seems there are not many reviews available.
The add on software for my autoenginuity doesn't seem worth the cost but maybe it is the safest bet?

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6 months 2 weeks ago #201307 by no_common_sense
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I still haven't come across anything yet requiring locksmith grade anything. I take that back. We did have an 07 Sebring that we had to raise a white flag to once. Most of my key programming is with Ford, Chevy, and the occasional Honda. There has usually been an OE procedure available in a good aftermarket scan tool. I have a couple flavors of Snap On scan tools (Solus and an old MODIS) and the Autel 908 at work. Both have managed to miss where the other hit for programming like this. I think both did fine for Hondas. GM has always been the old 30 minute relearn procedure, so scan tools are irrelevant. Is there a specific make/model you need to focus on?

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6 months 2 weeks ago #201311 by Elle
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Well I bababooey'd this one haha. My modis ultra does the fob for this 04 Malibu, but not this 01 Dakota (there are no programmed fobs) or 01 E38.

I have INPA for the BMW but I don't know if it is the fob or the program preventing the fob from programming

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