|08-13-2013 08:35 AM|
Transponder Chip Ignition Keys for Jeeps & Chryslers on Sale
|06-25-2013 09:11 AM|
|Vin||The $70 bucks is a deal. If you go to the dealer, they will charge $300 (not a typo. not a joke) for a new key. Once you have a second key, you can program additional keys. All you need to do is have a transponder key cut, then you can use the two programmed keys to make a working third key. That brings the cost down to the price of the key and having it cut. You may want to consider this, so you will always have two keys available to make a spare just in case it gets lost/broken.|
|06-25-2013 09:06 AM|
|06-25-2013 08:50 AM|
|WhiskeyMike||I use iPhone/iPod attached to the console USB. The first time it did seem to take a half minute, so maybe wait longer next time. Since the initial, it only takes 4-5 secs to be ready now. If I'm on Bluetooth and then plug phone in to get a charge, it switches to the USB automatically.|
|06-25-2013 08:27 AM|
I also have the old 30gb Classic iPod. I was surprised when I plugged the white usb iPod cable the in the USB port in the center console, and about 30 seconds later, the jeep logo appeared on my iPod screen. Then all my iPod functions are controllable via the HU touch screen and some functions via steering wheel buttons. I have the 430n unit and it connected just fine, but I think it should work with the 130 as well. I think I remember reading that the iPod should be plugged in the USB that is in the console, and a USB stick with MP3 files should be plugged in the USB on the HU.
|06-25-2013 01:47 AM|
|Jeep Dreamer||Thank you so much to all of you! All great info and I appreciate it|
|06-24-2013 10:58 PM|
|Rtone1583||Another option for the USB is to load up a thumb drive with your music and listen to it that way. I believe that the radio is compatible with MP3 files.|
|06-24-2013 10:01 PM|
|06-24-2013 03:56 PM|
you bought a used jeep...most likely you'll be lucky enough to have it come with a spare key.
you'll have to get extra keys from jeep since its "chipped"...even with the base model.
you can dl the manual from jeep also.
and as far as your usb plug...there's tons of accessories for the iphone that is compatible for your convenience.
with the package that you have, you probably have a sport s. all jk's are very capable even at its base form.
|06-24-2013 03:38 PM|
First time Jeep owner with a couple of questions
I just bought a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport with 5500 miles on it. I've never owned a Jeep before, let alone anything new enough to utilize things like bluetooth, usb ports, etc. I set up my phone's bluetooth capabilities fine, but am confused by the usb port. I assumed that I would plug in my iPod to the usb, hit the Aux button on the radio, and listen to my iPod. Not sure why it's not working that way. I don't believe I can even charge my iPod or iPhone with the usb??? Not sure what it's function is? If I have my phone in the car with me and hit the Aux button, it'll play songs via bluetooth from my phone. But since my iPhone 4 is only 8gB, I don't have all of my music downloaded to it. Hence me still using my old iPod 30gig.
Is someone able to help me understand why I can't use the usb? I'm not sure what package I have, to help determine my vehicle's capabilities... It has bluetooth up on the radio (and steering wheel) and the usb port is in the center console. I do not have navigation (that I'm aware of?)
Finally, I didn't have an owner's manual in the glove box. Do they usually come with one, or do I have to buy/download one? And it only came with one key. I went to the local hardware store to have an extra cut, and she said she didn't have any in stock and that she wasn't positive whether it was one that had the transponder in it or not. She said if it did, I'd have to go to a lockshop around the corner and that it would probably be about $70!!! Does that sound right?
Thanks so much for the help!!!