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CJH

Lost Keys

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My wife lost one of the key fob/keys to my 06 Durango. Anybody know how big of a pain it will be to have it replaced and how much it will cost?

Thanks!

CJH

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Is it one with a key fob built in to the key? If so I'm guessing $100 for sure for just the key and then what ever they charge you to program it. So I would say your looking at at least $150!

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Lovely. Yes it is the one with the fob built into the key.

Do I need to go to a dealer, or is this something I can order directly? I am assuming I will need to provide my VIN#.

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you have to take the vin and the other key if you have it to the dealer. it sucks.

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I was quoted about $195 from the dealer to replace the key/fob for our 08 Caravan. Darn things don't like going through the washing machine. cry

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At the dealer where I use to work they required the title. They also call pull the key code off of the computer.

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I hate to tell you but it will be much more expensive than $ 195.

My 06 RAM was $ 270....

I went the [YouNeedAuthorization] route and saved a bundle.

I think this should be the next issue the current administration should fix after the credit cards regulations bill laugh

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Yep I have heard the internet auction sites are a good way to pick up these expensive chip keys. The programming and key code/cutting has to be done at the dealer. Some need the title and others just go off the info provided on Function 14 and a valid ID.

Good luck!

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