Chrysler Anti-Theft Tips


Technicians who have been working on Chryslers may be familiar with the terms SKIM, and SKREEM. What do they mean, and where are they located? In newer models of Chryslers there are now WICs involved in anti-theft. Determining what system is on a vehicle and what effect it may have on a no-start can often be confusing. Also obtaining the proper codes to program a SKIM, SKREEM, or WIC can leave a technician perplexed.

Class Highlights:

  • Learn the operating characteristics of SKIM, SKREEM, and WIC systems
  • Learn how to quickly identify if the vehicle is equipped with anti-theft.
  • Learn the methods of obtaining and programming security codes.
  • Learn the hidden dangers of installing a used module

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