Vehicles in the Chrysler Group LLC are often referred to as MOPAR. MOPAR is made up from the letters of MOtors and PARts. Have you lost the keys to your Chrysler Group vehicle? The modern brands in the Chrysler Group are Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM and Fiat. Other recent cars that are no longer in production but still may be on the streets are Plymouth, Eagle, SRT, and AMC American Motors. We can make you brand new keys and get you back on the road for a fair price. Did you know we cut and program transponder chip keys? We specialize in it! Give us a call if you have lost your last key or simply need a spare. Don’t feel forced to pay expensive dealership prices, give us a call for a quote!
The first thing you should do when you recover your stolen vehicle is to have it re-keyed. Re-keying means that we take out the locks and reconfigure them so that the current keys no longer work. That way if the thief comes back their key won’t work! Also, if your car is equipped with computer chip keys we will erase the missing keys and program in fresh ones. We can also turn off missing or stolen remotes too!
Chrysler Group Classics
Chrysler Group has a very long and rich history. There are many classics being sold or restored today. If you need keys copied or made to your classic car, give us a call.
AMC 1954 – 1988
Hudson 1909 – 1957
Nash 1917 – 1957
Rambler 1900 – 1914
Rambler 1950 – 1969
Graham Brothers 1916 – 1929
Fargo 1920 – 1972
DeSoto 1928 – 1961
Plymouth 1928 – 1970
Imperial 1955 – 1970’s
Valiant 1960 – 1976
Oddball Chrysler Group Vehicles
- 2004 – 2008 Chrysler Crossfire
- 2014+ Jeep Cherokee (Not Grand Cherokee)
- 2004 Dodge Durango
- 2003 + Dodge Sprinter (aka Mercedes Sprinter or Freightliner Sprinter)
There are a few vehicles in the line up with Chrysler Group branding that are from other manufacturers. For instance:
The 2001 – 2006 Chrysler Sebring Coupe and Dodge Stratus Coupe with a hard top actually have Mitsubishi Eclipse keys! The Dodge Stealth was actually a rebadged Mitsubishi 3000GT! The Eagle Talon and the Plymouth Laser were actually rebadged Mitsubishi Eclipses. The 2008 – 2009 Sterling Bullet is just like a Dodge RAM truck. The 2009 – 2014 Volkswagen Routan also has Chrysler keys called FOBIKS.
Special notes on programming keys into Chrysler Group vehicles.
You can program spare keys yourself into your vehicle up till about 2010. You MUST HAVE 2 already programmed keys to do the procedure. If you do not have two already programmed keys we will have to connect a special computer to your vehicle and manually program new keys to your car.
Chrysler Group vehicles have an added security layer that most other vehicles don’t have. Each vehicle has a security code usually referred to as PIN number, SKIM number or SKREEM number. Think of this number as a password. We will need to have access to this number to gain access to your car’s computer to insert new key data. Our machine can pull most of these numbers but there are some vehicles that it cannot. Be aware that if we have to purchase your car’s PIN number from the manufacturer there is an added fee. (Most dealers will give the owner their PIN number for a small fee or free)
Vehicles that our machine(s) cannot pull without added cost or labor are:
2004 – 2007 Chrysler Town & Country (Pacifica System)
2004 – 2007 Dodge Caravan (Pacifica System)
2004 – 2008 Chrysler Pacifica (Pacifica System)
2005 – 2007 Jeep Liberty (Pacifica System)
2013 – 2014 Dodge Dart (New System)
2014+ Dodge Durango (New System)
2014+ Jeep Grand Cherokee (New System)
1998 – 2001 Jeep Cherokee (Type 1)
1998 – 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee (Type 1)
1998 – 2000 Dodge Intrepid (Type 1)
2000 Dodge Neon (Type 1)
2013+ Dodge RAM (New System)
1998 – 2000 Chrysler Sebring Convertible (New System)
1999 – 2000 Dodge Stratus Sedan (New System)
Common Chrysler Related Services
Key stopped turning in the Ignition (VERY Common!)
Remote Head Key (RHK) repair