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Key Programming BATTLE | AutoProPAD "Classic" Vs. G2 Turbo On A 2011 Honda Accord!

Key Programming BATTLE | AutoProPAD "Classic" Vs. G2 Turbo On A 2011 Honda Accord!

Which can get the job done faster in key programming 2011 Honda Accord, AutoProPAD Classic, or G2 Turbo? It is evident that there's a significant size difference between the two machines, and the user interface is different as well; it's nicer and quicker on the AutoProPad G2.

I've duplicated the existing key using the Y164 key, and I've already cut them. So let's hop inside, put these two up against each other, and see how they do.

AUTOPROPAD CLASSIC

We have the AutoProPad Classic hooked up to the OBD 2 port, and we're ready to get to the programming.

AutoProPad Classic

Look for the manufacturer, US Honda, and hit Agree on the disclaimer.

AutoProPad Classic

Get to Immobilizer and then Auto. Take the existing key, turn the ignition 'On,' and hit OK. If it fails under auto, go to manual. Please turn the ignition switch on, so I'm going to take the existing key. Please put it in there, turn it on. Hit OK. Fourth-Generation Immobilizer Device code will appear; click OK.

AutoProPad Classic Key Programmer

Get to Key and then Add a key.

 AutoProPad programmer for keys

Turn the ignition 'Off' and 'On' with the original key. Turn ignition off within 16 seconds. Turn on the ignition and off within 20 seconds using the new key.

 key programming - AutoProPad Classic

Turn on the ignition switch without changing the key. Turn off the ignition switch. Turn on the ignition switch. 'Immobiliser device indicator is off?' will appear, hit Yes if it is. Turn off the ignition.

Turn on the ignition switch with the original key. Key registration has been completed. Turn the ignition switch off. Check all keys and make sure everyone can start the ignition.

PERFORMANCE THOUGHTS

Alright, well, the AutoProPad Classic here definitely got the job done. I mean, from my perspective, it wasn't the smoothest process. However, it did work. So there's something to be said about that, and can do it the first try.

AUTOPROPAD G2 TURBO

Let's go ahead and let's hook in the AutoProPad G2 Turbo. 

Alright, so we have the AutoProPad G2 Turbo connected via Bluetooth to the OBD 2 port with the adapter. As you can see, there are no cables on this. It's pretty handy here.

Hop into Immobilizer, and we'll hit Agree to the disclaimer.

AutoProPad G2 Turbo

Search for US Honda.

AutoProPad G2 Turbo

Go to Immobilizer, then to Auto. Turn the ignition switch on using the existing key, and we'll hit OK. The same code will appear, like what was displayed to the AutoProPAD Classic.

 how to use the AutoProPad G2 Turbo

Go right here to Key and then Add Key. Turn off the ignition switch. Turn on the switch with the original key.

 AutoProPad G2 Turbo

Turn off the switch within 15 seconds. Turn the ignition on with the new key, the key you want to program. Turn off the ignition switch within 15 seconds. Turn on the ignition switch without changing the key. Turn it off. Turn it on. 'Immobiliser device indicator is off?' will appear, hit Yes. Turn off the ignition switch.

 G2 Turbo AutoProPad

Turn on the ignition switch with the original key. The key is registered; turn off the ignition switch. Check to make sure all the keys work.

FINAL THOUGHTS

There you have it, key programming the 2011 Honda Accord with the AutoProPad Classic and then the G2 Turbo. From my perspective, there's a similarity between the two. However, the G2 Turbo is much quicker, and the user interface on it is so much more excellent, but I'd love to know what you think about the differences between the two in the comments below. Thank you, and we'll see you next time!

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