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Dodge Car Key Replacement

Dodge! Now there’s an historic American name and car maker. Did you know that the Dodge family settled in Michigan in the 1830s? We did. Because we know all about Dodge! Hello Dodge owners from Mile High Locksmith. We are a full service car locksmith that has been serving the Colorado Front Range for nearly 20 years. We have over 2800 “5 Star” reviews on Google and we are a Subscriber Verified & Approved company with Home Advisors. You can trust us. And if you’re wondering where to get Dodge key replacement near me look no further than Mile High Locksmith. Our business model is as a 24/7/365 fully mobile car locksmith that will come to you anywhere in our immense service area at every hour of every day, all holidays included. So, if you’re in the Front Range and have lost keys to Dodge or any other car make, we are the company that can help you RIGHT NOW. For car key replacement or duplicate car keys we are Dodge car key replacement experts. Now, we can service Dodge car key situations like lost car keys no spare, damaged car key, etc. on models that go way back in time, but our focus is on models made since 1985. So, for your specific reference, we service Dodge models from 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. But, that said, we can generally work on earlier models as well.

We want to give you as much useful info here as we can, so let us go over some car key replacement technology considerations that will affect your Dodge key replacement cost. It has to do with the evolution of car keys and car key devices. In earlier times a car key was a straightforward channel and shaft device much like a house key. There were actually tumblers in the dash or column that were tripped by the key and sometimes people could even get car key replacement at a hardware store. These we will call “Old-Fashioned” keys. But modern security concerns have required that keys become “coded” devices that are programmed to “talk to” one, and only one, car. This requires locksmith key programming, a process that each of our mobile technicians brings with them. So, since around 1996 “transponder keys” and “Keyless” ignition and entry “Fobs” have been developed. Old-fashioned keys are the least expensive to replace, transponders are more expensive, and fobs (also known as “Prox” keys and “Smart Keys) are  the most expensive. The following list will give you an idea of what your vehicle will most likely require.

Key Blank Reference List

Avenger– 1994-2014; From ‘94 -’95 Avenger had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1794 or Y157. And from ’96 – ‘00 the Avenger had a metal key designated X245 or MIT4. From ‘08 – ‘14 the transponders were designated EK3P-Y164, EK2LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT.

Caliber– 2007-1019; Each one had transponder key designated Y164-PT and there was also a DEALER FOB.

Caravan– 1983-2019; ’84-‘86  will have old-fashioned keys designated P177OU or Y152. The ‘87s – the ‘92s will have old-fashioned keys designated P1789 or Y154. For the ‘93 and ‘94 there will be old-fashioned keys designated P1789, Y154, P1793 or Y155. For ‘95 there was an old-fashioned key designated P1794 or Y157. For years ‘’96 – ‘00 the old-fashioned metal keys will be designated P1795 or Y159. For model years ‘01 – ‘03 there were some old-fashioned keys designated P1795 and Y159 but there were also transponders designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# and Y160-PT. For ‘04 – ‘07 the transponder keys were designated EK3-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK or Y164-PT. From ‘08 to present the transponders have been designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-170* or Y170-GTK#. But there has also been a Dealer FOB designated Y170-PT. 

Challenger– 2008 to Present; The Challenger may have a transponders key or a Dealer FOB. The transponders will be designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* or Y170-GTK#. The dealer fob will be designated FOB/Y170-PT.

Charger– 2005- Present; From ‘04 – ‘07 there were transponders designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT. In 2008 there were transponder keys and a DEALER FOB. THE ‘08 the transponder keys were designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT. From ‘09 – Present there have been transponders and a DEALER FOB. The fob is designated FOB Y170-PT and the transponders are designated EK3P-Y164, EK2LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK#, Y164, EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* or Y170-GTK#.

Charger Daytona RT– 2005-2008; From ‘05 – ‘07 There were transponder keys designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT. The ‘08 models had transponders but also a DEALER FOB. The transponders were designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT. 

Colt– 1981-1994; Colts all had old-fashioned keys. From ‘81 – ‘86 the keys were designated X54 or DC1. From ‘81 -’88 they were designated X121 or DC3. From ‘89 -’92 they were designated X176 or MIT1. And for ‘93 -’94 they were designated X224 or MIT3.

Colt Vista– 1981-1994; All of the Colt Vistas also had old-fashioned keys. ‘81 -’86 they were designated X54 or DC1. For ‘87 -’88 they were designated X121 or DC3. From ‘89 -’92 the transponders were designated X176 or MIT1. And to close it out from ‘93 -’94 they were designated X224 or MIT3.

D 50 Pickup– 1979- 2001; From ‘79 -’86 all had an old-fashioned key designated X121, DC3 or s an old-fashioned ley designated Y155.  

Dakota– 2001-2004; These models had both a series of old-fashioned keys and transponders as well. The old-fashioned keys were designated P1795 or Y159 while the transponders were designated Y160-PT, EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160* or Y160-GTK#.

Dakota (US Made)– 1986- 2008; From ‘86 – ‘05 the US Built Dakota had an old-fashioned key. From ‘86 -’89 the key was designated P1786 or Y153. ‘90 -’91 it was designated P1789 or Y154. For ‘93 it was designated P1793 or Y155. From ‘94 -’05 the old-fashioned key was designated P1794 or Y157. In ‘06 and through ‘08 a transponder key was introduced and that key was designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y164-PT.

NOTE: THERE WERE 2 DART VERSIONS, ONE WITH AND ONE WITHOUT A PROXIMITY KEY. WE WILL HANDLE THEM SEPERATELY FOR OUR PURPOSES HERE.

Dart (NO PROX)– 2013 2016; This version had transponders and a dealer fob key. The transponders were designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* or Y170-GTK#. The fob was designated FOB/Y170-P.

Dart (With PROX)– 2013 –2017; This model had a proximity key designated OEM# 68051387AC or 05026676AC.

Durango– 1998- 2015; For ‘98 -”00 the Durango had an old-fashioned key designated P1794 or Y157. From ‘01 -’06 there was a mix of old-fashioned keys and transponder keys. The old-fashioned key was designated either P1795 or Y159. The transponders for this period were designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or T160-PT. There was a Smart Key available for the ‘04 Durango designated OEM # 05175786AA. And from ‘05 -’08 the Durango was back to the transponder keys which were designated Y164-PT, EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160* or Y160-GTK#. From ‘11 -’15 there was a DEALER FOB but the lion’s share of Durango keys were transponders designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LBY170*, Y170-GTK# or Y170-PT. 

Grand Caravan– 1984- Present; From ‘84 -’86 the Grand Caravan had an old-fashioned key designated either P1770U or Y152. From ‘87 -’94 the old-fashioned key remained and was designated P1789, P1793 or Y154. In ‘95 the old-fashioned key was designated P1794 or Y157. From ‘97 to ‘03 the old-fashioned keys were designated P1795 or Y159 but in ‘03 there were also transponder keys designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# and Y160-T. For 2007 the transponder keys were designated EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK and Y164-PT. From ‘08 -Present there has been a DEALER FOB designated FOB/Y170-PT but also transponder keys designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* and Y170-GTK#.

Intrepid– 1993-2004; The ‘93 Intrepid has an old-fashioned key designated P1793 or Y155. The ‘94 -’97 Intrepid had old-fashioned keys designated P1794 or Y157. From ‘98 -’04 the Intrepid did keep an old-fashioned key designated P1795 or Y159 but also introduced transponder keys designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# and Y160-PT.

Journey– 2009- 2015; The Journey had both a DEALER FOB and transponder keys. The fob was designated FOB/Y170-PT and the transponders were designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* or Y170-GTK#. 

Monaco– 1990- 1992; All versions should have old-fashioned keys designated X175 or RN32. 

Neon– 1994-2005; The ’94 and ’99 Neon will have an old-fashioned key designated P1794 or Y157. And from ‘00 -’05 it will have a transponder key designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160* or Y160-GTK#. 

Nitro– 2007-2012; Each Nitro will have a transponder key designated Y164-PT, EK3P-Y164, Ek3LB-Y160* or Y160-GTK#. 

Raider– 1987-1990; The Raider has an old-fashioned key designated X121 or DC3.

Ram 1500– 2002- 2018; From ‘02 -’09 the 1500 had a transponder key designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y160-PT. From ‘09 -’18 it had a DEALER FOB designated FOB/Y170-PT and transponders designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-170* or Y170-GTK#.

Ram 1500, Sport, TRX, ST & Laramie– 2006 to 2008: These models had both old-fashioned and transponder keys. The old-fashioned keys were designated either P1795 or Y159. The transponders were designated Y164-PT, EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160* or Y160-GTK#.

Ram 2500– 2002- ‘05 & 2009; From ‘02 – ‘05 the Ram 2500 had transponder keys designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y160-PT. For the ‘09 -’18 versions there was a DEALER FOB designated FOB/Y170-PT but the keys were mostly transponders designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170* or Y170-GTK#.

Ram 2500 ST– 2006 – 2010; NOTE: This vehicle had many model permutations and was also known as SPORT, LARAMIE, POWER WAGON, SLT and TRX4. For all models from ‘06 -’10 there was a mixture of old-fashioned metal keys designated P1795 or Y159 and transponder keys designated Y164-PT, EK3P-Y164, EK3LB-Y160* and Y160-GTK#. EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170 or Y170-GTK#.  

Ram 3500– 2002 – 2018; The ‘02s through the ‘05s will have a transponder key designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# or Y160-PT. The later models did have a DEALER FOB designated FOB/Y170-PT but there were also transponder keys designated EK3P-Y170, EK3LB-Y170*, and Y170-GTK#.  

Ram Charger– 1981-1993; The Ram Charger always had an old-fashioned metal key. From ‘81 -’85 the key was designated P1770U or Y152. From ‘86 0’89 the key was designated P1786 or Y152. For ‘90 -’92 the keys were designated P1789 and Y154. In ‘92 there was also one designated Y155. For ‘93 the old-fashioned metal key was designated P1793 or Y155.

Spirit– 2003 -1995; Like the Ram Charger, the Spirit always had an old-fashioned metal key. For ‘89 the old-fashioned key was designated P1786 or Y153, for ‘90 -’91 it was designated P1789 or Y154. For ‘92 the key was designated P1789, Y154, P1793 or Y155. In ‘93 the key was designated P1793 or Y155 and from ‘94 -’95 the old-fashioned key was designated P1794 or Y157.

Sprinter– 2003-2013; From ‘03 -‘06 the Sprinter had a transponder key designated YM15T5-SI. From ‘07 -’13 there was a DEALER FOB available but there were primarily transponders designated EK3P-HU64, EK3LB-HU64* and HU64-GTK#.

Stealth– 1991-1996; For its entire run the Stealth only had an old-fashioned metal key designated X176 or MIT1.

Stratus Coupe– 2001-2005; For ‘01 the Stratus Coup had a transponder key designated Y162-PT and for ‘02 -’05 it had transponder keys designated Y165-PT, EK3-MIT9, EK3LB-MIT9* or MIT9-GTK#.

Stratus Sedan– 1995-2006; From ‘95 -’97 the Stratus Sedan had an old-fashioned metal key designated P1794 or Y157. Then for ’98 -’06 there were old-fashioned keys designated P1795 and Y159, but there were also transponder keys designated EK3-Y160, EK3LB-Y160*, Y160-GTK# and Y160-PT.

Viper– 1992-2016; For ’92 -’93 the Viper had the old-fashioned key designated P1789 or Y154. Then, from ‘94 – ‘02 the old-fashioned metal key was designated P1794 or Y157. From ‘03 -’06 the old-fashioned metal key was designated P1795 or Y159. In 2013 a Smart Key was introduced and so from ‘13 -’16 that Smart Key was designated  either OEM# 05035395AA or 05035188AB.

How’s that for a block of detailed information?

Dodge Key Replacement Price

Having read all of that, or just because you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering can I get a car key made without original and how much to get a key made for your car? The answer to the former is “Yes, you can”. Each of our mobile units carries all the data access and technical gear required to recreate a key without an original. The latter needs a little more detail. Generally, an old-fashioned key will run you about $90-$120.00, a transponder about $149- $180.00, and a fob around $180-$300.00. But this is general pricing and a fob may run you even more depending on the vehicle. For a firm quote and a best Dodge key replacement cost contact us by phone or online at (720) 248-8087 or on-line. And if you need a Dodge car key replacement right now you should be calling us right now. Mile high Locksmith should be your first call. We’ve been working with all the premier insurance companies for years and we know what documents each of them needs to ensure that YOU get the greatest dollar assistance from your insurer on a car key replacement.

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