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I only have 1 key and 1 fob. What do I need to do to get a spare set made?

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Woober Goobers!
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Need to know car year, model and trim level.
 

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Can't help you on first gen cars. Maybe Devon or another 1st genner will pick this up and answer. Sorry.
 

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Here's the Key Fob. I've ordered later year fobs from them before and they all work. Most are OEM. For the key it's probably just a plain key with no chip. Not sure on that.


And these are their programming instructions:

Programming

94-95 Chrysler Concorde
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Remove the middle vent bezel from the center of the dashboard. Locate the 6 pin traction control connector behind the vent. It will be black in color. Connector should be connected to the vent bezel or the traction control switch, if connected to the traction control switch you must unplug it.
2. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position.
3. Using a jumper wire or a paper clip bent in the shape of a "U" jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure there are metal contacts or pins in cavities 1 and 4. When done properly the doors will automatically lock and then unlock to show that vehicle is in programming mode.
4. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. Locks will cycle again to indicate vehicle recognized remote. If programming a second remote press any button on second remote to be programmed, locks will cycle again to indicate that second remote was recognized.
5. Programming is now complete, turn ignition to OFF position, remove jumper wire, and test remotes to ensure proper programming.

96-97 Chrysler Concorde
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position. (Turn as far as you can without cranking the engine)
2. Locate the Data Link Connector (DLC). It will be under the dash on the drivers side. Using a suitable jumper wire, jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure that there are metal connector ends in the cavities that are referenced in this procedure. Once the jumper wire is installed it needs to remain there throughout this process until instructed to remove.
3. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. If the signal is recognized the vehicle will Lock then Unlock the doors automatically.
4. Repeat step 3 for any additional remotes to be programmed. The doors will again Lock then Unlock automatically after each successful remote programming.
5. Remove jumper wire and remove key from ignition as programming is complete. Test each remote to ensure proper programming.
 

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What color is the plastic on your current key?
 

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Typically with LH cars...a black plastic head means no chip/no security and a Gray plastic head means it's chipped/security.
 

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My key is black. Thanks for the help. Is the data link connector the same as the OBD2 port?
 

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1st gen's never had chip'd keys. Any locksmith with blanks can make the key.
 
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