That actually makes sense. Jeep cares. I feel like receiving 2 keys is just right of ownership in any vehicle. I was going to say, because even a 1998 Nissan Sentra I purchased back 10 years ago with 120k miles from a private seller came with 2 keys. 1st world problems maybe.Hi Jonah, it's my understanding that, on delivery, you receive an IOU for the second key to be fulfilled when the shortages ease up.
If you don’t mind taking a chance and possibly saving $288, try the following:I do have a second key so I am not completely SOL. I talked to a local locksmith and they can make one for $290.
I know WD40 makes a contact cleaner spray, but can you use just standard WD40? I know it will displace water, and that it's not conductive, but doesn't it leave behind something? Will that something create a place that dust and lint want to stick to?Take the battery out then spray the crap out of it with WD-40 then let that dry. Wipe it down put the bakery back in and try that
Yup. Just plain old WD-40. It does leave a residue but you can wipe it off. Q tips in the hard to reach areas.I know WD40 makes a contact cleaner spray, but can you use just standard WD40? I know it will displace water, and that it's not conductive, but doesn't it leave behind something? Will that something create a place that dust and lint want to stick to?
Seems like most people have rubbing alcohol that is >90% on hand, and if not they know where to find it. Then either a new toothbrush or a q-tip would work just fine to gently lift away any soap residue or other gunk on the board without leaving anything behind that dust and lint might stick to.
I washed mine about 5 months ago, I removed the battery and tapped they key fob on my hand until most of the water came out. I then replaced it with a new battery and it still works perfectly fine.So last week I ran my key fob through the washing machine. I noticed that during the spin cycle the panic button went off. I pulled the battery out and let it dry for about a week now. I just put the battery back in. If I click any button, its like I clicked the panic button. Think this fob is shot? Is the dealership the only place to get a new one?