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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-19-2009, 11:47 PM
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will this work with any transmitter or do I need to get one specifically for my intrepid?
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It should if it has the same part number. I think I read somewhere people where using mini van remotes.
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where is a cheap place to get these?
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Ebay. Just bought one 2 days ago for $8 shipped.
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Hi,
I have a 2001 Intrepid R/T that has the 2 original factory fobs with it. The car has sat in storage without a battery for about a year. I have it back on the road now but both fobs do not work. The batteries are good. I know they are transmitting. Is there a way to "re-sync" these fobs to the car?

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You know the batteries are good because:

1) You replaced them with new ones?
2) You installed used known good batteries in the remotes?
3) You just think the batteries are good?
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I bought and installed new batteries in both fobs. Plus the parts store had a fob tester that shows if a transmitter signal is near.

Thank you for your help.
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Interesting the the RKE module would lose the memory of the remotes even if the vehicle battery power was lost for an extended period of time.

Your choices are:

1) Get a new RKE Module and new remotes(used from someone)
2)Go tot he dealer and have them reprogram your existing remotes and RKE.
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Look at this page. The section under Diagnosis and Testing.

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So I know this thread is old and I apologize for this. But I am a fairly new owner (owned for about 1 yr) of a 2001 intrepid es. My girlfriend bought me a key fob for my car. I dont have any from the previous owner. So is there anyway besides from going to the dealer to program the fob to my car?
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So I know this thread is old and I apologize for this. But I am a fairly new owner (owned for about 1 yr) of a 2001 intrepid es. My girlfriend bought me a key fob for my car. I dont have any from the previous owner. So is there anyway besides from going to the dealer to program the fob to my car?
No.

You need at least one working fob that's already programmed to be able to program additional fobs.
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Have you contacted your local dealer about the cost to program RKE key fobs?

Also a number of competent locksmiths can program RKE fobs....for much less than the dealer. Call a few locksmiths and see what they say.
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The Chrysler part number for a RKE Fob for your car is: 04602260AA Make sure you have the correct fob. Should be molded on the back of the fob if it's a genuine Chrysler fob. Aftermarket ones will work as long as they're equivalent to the Chrysler part number.
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