You'll probably need to get a new one from either a dealer or a qualified locksmith.
On a Chrysler vehicle with sentry key (chip key), you just have to put the key in the ignition and turn it on.On a Chrysler vehicle with sentry key (chip key), you just have to put the key in the ignition and turn it on.
take the key to orchard supply.They have a free scanner for this if there is no chip they will make duplicates.
If the key is gray, then yes.
The chip key system can not be bypassed. The engine computer will not allow the vehicle to start with out a good key message from the chip key computer.
The cost of doing this would be more time consuming and more expensive than going to a locksmith or a dealer and getting a key with a chip.
No there is no chip in the key however the ignition lock cylinder does enable and disable the theft system.
If you had the key made and it doesn't have a chip that would probably be the problem or your old key is has a bad chip.
No, a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker does not have chip key.
My 92 does have a computer chip in the ignition key.
No. The anti theft is in the ignition not the key for that vehicle.
Simple - you can't it is an anti theft device.
The ignition switch should be separate from the ignition key/lock assembly, so I'll say no.
No, it doesn't. It uses a "passlock" system. The resistor, or "chip" is part of the ignition lock cylinder. The chip in the key is called "passkey", where there is a resistor in the key, which is quite visible.
Yes, you can copy the key. There is no immobilizer chip in the key.
If the key is gray or has built in buttons, yes. If black with no buttons, no.
Yes, If you look where the blade meets the key on one side there is a circle, the chip sits behind this plug. the transponder chip is a long glass cylinder inside the key.
No. The Contour did not have chipped keys.
If the key is grey, then yes.If the key is grey, then yes.
Do you have the original ignition key?? Tape the old ignition key to the cowling around the ignition, then put new key in the ignition and see if it will run. The reason for this is there is a transponder chip in the old key that needs to be picked up by the rim module around the ignition barrel. If it works, take keys apart and swap transponder chip . Hope this helps
Well, it sounds like the chip that is in your key may have broke or got stuck on a part of the ignition. I had that problem. This happened not long after I had had to have the ignition replaced?!?
Unless you have the frequencies of the chip inside the key or very tech savvy knowledge of how to trick the computer that runs the ignition into thinking it has the correct key chip inserted, you don't. Extra chip keys are about $150.00 a piece... IF you have the original key. I don't know what the price is to re-key a Windstar ignition switch that requires a chip to start, but it isn't going to be in the neighborhood of 'cheap'.