Chrysler Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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If the vehicle is stock, only the key is needed for the security system. In your case it sounds like there is an aftermarket system on the car, thus the reason to need the remote to disable it. Look under the drivers side of the dash for an out of place module and wiring. If its not a Dodge part then remove it and fix all the wire splices and it should then be fine.
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Thanks for the additional info on the faulty door lock. Since you now know what is to blame, do you need more assistance?
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