ABRITES KEY PROGRAMMING SOLUTIONS FOR JLR VEHICLES
The ABRITES Diagnostics for JLR gives all customers unrivalled functionality in the key programming market allowing them to program keys in all situations regardless of the model and year of the vehicle. Using our special functions, you can both add a key when the vehicle owner has a working key or program keys in all keys lost situations. This applies to all vehicles up to 2020 and is the only solution on the market providing 100% coverage for such vehicles. Vehicles from 2012 to 2018 will require TA54/TA56 keys for the procedure, whereas vehicles produced after 2018 will require the TA57/TA58 keys.
Following our passion to always be first on the market with our solutions, we are extremely happy to announce our newest solution coming very soon – key programming for JLR vehicles produced after 2020. Starting with the Land Rover Defender and Range Rover Evoque, we will very soon release key programming functionality where customers will be able to add a key to those vehicles. All subsequent vehicles released by JLR based on that platform will also be covered by this solution. ABRITES keys will be required for the procedure.
2018 Range Rover Evoque All Keys Lost - Key Programming
Hello Friends, Today I had the chance to work on a 2018 Range Rover Evoque, all keys lost. I used the new TA54 Abrites key for JLR and it worked like a charm in a matter of minutes. All you need is AVDI, PROTAG, TA54 and special function JL004. At the moment, for all the users who already have special function JL002 and active AMS (as of 23 October 2020), JL004 will be activated for free. Isn’t that great?
Range Rover 2019 All Keys Lost - Key programming using Abrites TA57 keys and JL005
Hello Friends, I'm very excited to share this video with you guys! What you see is a 2019 Range Rover with no available working keys. As you may have already guessed, I had to program new keys which I managed to do with no problems whatsoever. The only annoying thing was that I had to listen to the sound of the alarm for a couple of minutes. The keys that I used are the Abrites TA57 JLR ones. A ZN002 ProTag is also required and the CB012 cable adapter is optional. If the car needs to have a spare key programmed or the alarm is not armed, CB012 is not required, all is done by OBD. Active AMS is also a prerequisite, so make sure to have it active with access to internet.