Here we have an aftermarket replacement 2 button key shell which can be used to replace a broken key for many Chrysler vehicles.
This key shell has 2 buttons for lock & unlock and is the small button type key.
KIT INCLUDES KEY SHELL, BATTERY CONTACT & PLASTIC BUTTON CONTACTS ONLY - NO BUTTON PAD OR ELECTRONICS INCLUDED.
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This type of Chrysler key is pretty common and can also be used with some Jeep & Dodge models. Suitable for the 2 button Chrysler keys with no boot release button. This is the small button type key shell.
There is another 2 button Chrysler key with slightly larger buttons that are also a slightly different shape, please take a careful look at the photo to make sure this pad matches what you have in your key now.
You don't have to replace your entire key just because the shell is damaged or the key blade has broken away from the plastic head.
Here we offer you a top quality replacement key shell for your old broken key. Having a key bound in tape is never a good look and can be a real frustration.
The kit includes the front and back sections of the key shell, the clear plastic layer with domed black contact pads as shown in the photos and a metal battery contact. Swapping over your remote into the new shell is pretty easy to do yourself or come into our shop and we will swap them over for you, cut the key blade and test the battery for you.
Please note we do charge a fee of $40 for this service and this is only offered at our shop in East Victoria Park, WA 6101.
If you do not live close by you can swap over the remote yourself and have the key blade cut at your local locksmith or key cutting kiosk.
To swap over the remote first you will need to open the shell, which can be done using a flat blade screw driver. Place this in the slot in the side of the case near the key blade end and gently twist to open the case. Next remove the rubber button pad from your old remote key and insert it in the new one.
Next place the new plastic layer with black spots on it in the rubber button pad. These black spots are contact pads and these act as buttons to make your remote work. The domed side faces the rubber button pad.
Now check that the circuit board is clean and does not have black marks where the button contacts come down. If it does then you will need to clean the circuit board. To clean the board use only PCB cleaner and make sure no battery is connected to the board if you are going to clean it with PCB cleaner. Allow at least 20 minutes for PCB cleaner to evaporate before reattaching the battery.
Once this is done you can place the PCB in the shell and place the battery contact and battery in the back cover. If you have a multi-meter you should check that the battery still shows 3 volts, otherwise replace it.
Now you can close up the shell and take it to have the key blade duplicated.
|No. of Buttons||2 BUTTONS|
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