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Effortless Programming: AutoProPad G2 in Action on a 2007 Subaru Forester!

In the world of locksmithing, staying up-to-date with the latest tools and technology is crucial. Today, we're diving into a hands-on demonstration of programming a remote for a 2007 Subaru Forester using the AutoProPad G2. This innovative tool streamlines the process, making it efficient and straightforward.

Using the AutoProPad G2: A Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Connecting the Device:

    • Plug the Bluetooth adapter into the OBD2 port.
    • Select 'Immobilization' on the AutoProPad G2 interface.
    • Agree to the terms and conditions.
  2. Selecting the Vehicle:

    • Scroll down to and select 'Subaru.'
    • Choose the 'Remote' option.
    • Based on the AutoProPad website, identify the Forester as a Type 2 vehicle and connect.
  3. Entering the Code:

    • Find the programming code on its accompanying tag (ilco Keys).
    • Carefully input the code, double-checking for accuracy.
  4. Finalizing the Process:

    • Once the system indicates 'Program Success,' exit the system.
    • Turn off the AutoProPad G2, remove the key, and test the newly programmed remote for locking and unlocking functionality.

Why Choose AutoProPad G2?

  • Efficiency: As demonstrated, the AutoProPad G2 makes the programming process quick and error-free.
  • User-Friendly: The interface is intuitive, guiding you through each step effortlessly.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of vehicle models, including the 2007 Subaru Forester.

The AutoProPad G2 proves to be an invaluable tool for any professional locksmith. Its ease of use and efficient programming capabilities make it a must-have in your toolkit. Remember, for more insightful locksmith tips and chances to win free gear, include the hashtag #lockboss in your comments on our videos. Tune in live every Tuesday at 4:00 PM PST to see if you're one of our lucky winners.

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