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2001 Chrysler Sebring Sedan & Convertible Remote Key Fob – Aftermarket

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PART SKU: DJC-GQ43VT17T-4 One 2001 Chrysler Sebring Keyless Entry Remote – brand new, aftermarket (NO logo on the back). DIY programming instructions are free and included with the purchase. You can program this key fob by yourself after you receive it. You must have one working remote to program a new one yourself. If you have no working keyfob, you will have to have it programmed by a dealer or local pro automotive locksmith (click here for Locksmith Search ). Price above is quoted for one replacement keyless entry unit. WE DO NOT CUT OR PROGRAM REMOTE KEYS AT OUR FACILITY. Please contact your dealer or car locksmith for pricing. More Information: Current Part Numbers: 04602260, 04602260AD, 04602260AA FCC ID: GQ43VT17T Frequency: 315 MHz Battery: 2 batteries CR2016 Reusable: Yes On Board Programming: Yes, one working remote required 4 Buttons: Lock, Unlock, Trunk release, Panic alarm This remote also fits: 01 02 03 04 Chrysler 300 01 02 03 04 Chrysler Concorde 01 Chrysler LHS 01 02 03 04 05 06 Chrysler Sebring (only 4 door and convertible – will not work for the coupe) 01 02 03 04 05 Dodge Intrepid 01 02 03 04 05 06 Dodge Stratus (only 4 door – not 2 door) 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 Dodge Viper 02 03 04 Jeep LibertyWhat’s IncludedOne new aftermarket remote Free do it yourself programming instructionsAll transmitters include a batteryAll units are tested before we ship90 days 100% satisfaction guarantee and warranty, money back / return policy included1, 2 or 3 year Extended Warranty / accidental protection can be purchased at additional cost

How can I get a replacement car key without the original?

If you are the registered owner of the vehicle, You'll just need to be ready to show us an unexpired driver's license and ONE of the following documents: Certificate of Vehicle Title, Motor Vehicle Registration, Insurance ID Card (pulling it up on a phone app works), OR a Bill of Sale.

How will SOS make a new key to unlock and start my car?

Our NASTF Registered VSP is authorized to retrieve a "keycode" using your car's VIN from the automakers' database. From that keycode, our car key-cutting machine knows which key profile to cut to fit your car's locks. Then, we'll insert the new blade into the door lock and unlock the door. Once we're in, we hook up the car key programming equipment and tell the car to let the engine start with the new key.

What paperwork do I need to get a lost car key made by VIN?

In order to access the automakers' keycode database we're required to verify and upload a photo of the Registered Owners Valid Unexpired Driver’s License and ONE of the following documents: Certificate of Vehicle Title, Motor Vehicle Registration, Insurance ID Card (pulling it up on a phone app works), OR a Bill of Sale.

Why does my new car key, fob, or remote need to be programmed?

Cars and Light Trucks manufactured from 1996 onward have extra security features built into the key to prevent theft. These features include a “transponder chip” embedded inside the head of the key. This technology prevents the engine from starting by turning the ignition by force or picking the ignition lock and makes “hot wiring” the vehicle impossible. When a key is inserted into the ignition and the ignition is switched on, a transponder embedded in the head of the key is energized by an exciter coil that surrounds the ignition lock cylinder. The energized transponder transmits a signal that contains its unique alphanumeric code. If the code received doesn’t match what is stored in the vehicle's anti-theft system, engine starting is disabled.
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