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Chrysler, Y162-PT


$18.00

Quantity Discounts

QuantityAmount
1 to 4$18.00
5 or more$12.00

  • Chrysler
    • Sebring Coupe, 2001, 01
  • Dodge
    • Stratus Coupe, 2001, 01

Confirming the key you're choosing is correct

  • Information found above is to be used as a GUIDE ONLY.
  • Although the key blank part number shown above will fit the models listed, there may be similar models that use different key blanks.
  • To ensure you buy the correct key blank, we strongly recommend comparing groove patterns of your current key against the image shown above. 
    If you're still not sure...
  • VIEW THIS KEY IN REAL SIZE
    • Actual size line drawings and groove pattern profiles are available in our manufactures directory.  To access this directory and view these drawings, follow the instructions on the Check the Profile page. 
    • At the bottom of the Check the Profile page, you will find this key in the Vehicle section under Chrysler.

Key Blank Information

  • This key is made by Ilco.
  • Various key blank manufacturers may call this key by a different part number. 
    Some examples are:

    • Curtis C25852
    • Ilco Y162-PT, Y162PT
    • Jet MIT13-PHT
    • Orion Y162-PT
    • Silca Y162-PT
    • Strattec 692354
  • Transponder embedded key (Chip Key). 
  • This key must be cut and programmed before it will operate your vehicle.
    • This key can be programmed by most local locksmiths or dealerships with a TKO, SDD, TCP or MVPP type tool.
    • User programmable via On Board Programming. 
      • Most vehicles shown above require two factory working keys to program additional keys.  You cannot use a cloned key to program this key.
      • If you only have one working key, you will need to purchase the MIT9-GTK key shown at the bottom of this page.
      • The cloneable version (MIT9-GTK) of this key blank can be found below.
  • Service keys are shown at the bottom of this page. 
    The MIT6 service key contains no transponder and will do everything but start the car. 
  • This key can be cut using a standard key machine found at most local hardware stores, box stores, dealerships and locksmiths.

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