No pin code offered by the dealer:
Some posters write in the forum saying they come from the country (like: Algerian) where chrysler, jeep and dodge dealers shut their doors on our face if asked for pin code, even with substantial money offered, and started falling into hands of scammers who said they would provide access to dealer site and next thing is money and access is gone!!
How to extract PIN CODE?
According to the experienced locksmith, there are two ways to extract pin code: 1) use equipment to pin extract pin code via OBD2; 2) use de-soldering equipment to read directly from the eeprom, for the experienced locksmith, less than 1 minute job.
1)Buy machine to read pin code via OBD2
SKP-100 and SKP-900 pull pin codes for Chrysler Can2 and newer. Old version KP819 key pro latest version has same pin pulling capacity. Or someone recommend key pro M8 or Tcode as well as the cheaper one: T300.
Besides the professional pin code reader for Chrysler, which read out Chrysler vehicle pin code; read data from Immobilizer controller and show the pin code on the screen of the device directly.
Moreover, the well-known ICC IMMO Calculator, ICC IMMO can calculate 4 digital pin code for NATS (Nissan Anti Theft System) Immobilizers used in most of Nissan and Infinity vehicles made for USA, European and Asian markets.
2)reading pin from dump
If you cant afford a tool (like SKP-100, SKP-900, KP819, key pro M8, Tcode) to read by OBD2, try to read pin from dump / eeprom, the experienced technicians say by dump is easy, unless of an OBD solution which is cheap.
If you are not experienced, it doesn’t matter. You can learn and practice, practice makes perfect. These 8pin eeprom are considered easy to de/solder. Hard to destroy. Some SKIM modules have mcu’s and are much harder so you need good micrograbbers to connect, then you can read the dump and find the pin.