What happens when you get the key to unlock your car potential
If you own a Dodge Challenger, Charger or Hellcat, you must have head about the magical "Red Key" that allegedly unleashes the engine full power.
Only with the Red Key, the Hellcat‘s driver car enjoy it unleashed horse power! With zero restrictions and access to an absolute power, this is a key np teenager should have access to.
If you lost your key (red or black), you will need a local car locksmith or a car dealer to program new key(s) to your car.
Rumors says that nobody knows the exact number of Red Keys out there and who has them… But if you own a Dodge and need to find a locksmith in Maricopa to program new Red Key – You just found one. Give us a call and have a Maricopa Lock & Key technician make replacement key on-site for your Challenger, Charger, Demon of Hellcat!
With rising number of Dodge owners posting videos online, the rumors about the Red key were finally confirmed. Apparently, it’s a way to unleash your beast true power and, if you’re strong enough, to harness it.
The raving engine never sounded better than now. With over 700 hp, your Dodge is no longer a harmless cat, but a dangerous and powerful beast.
Dodge Hellcat Red Key
How much does a new Hellcat Red Key cost? How much does a locksmith charge to make a replacement Dodge key? We've collected the most relevant questions about Dodge Red and Black Keys.
In order to add or program a new key (all keys lost) for Dodge Hellcat / Charger / Challenger / Demon – you’ll need a black key, key code (to cut the blade) and pin code (to program the keyless fob to your car).
Money saving tip! – Get your key code/ pin code from a local Chrysler dealership, buy your keys online and hire a locksmith to program the key.
The Red Key average cost is $130-$150 online and to program it cost $45-$105 (Get your car PIN CODE from the dealer and save money).
If you lost all your keys, replacement key will cost $235-$285 if you hire a local car locksmith.
Locksmith fee includes new fob (Black or Red), key code, programming and trip charge. If you choose a dealer, you may be responsible to cover the towing fees or to arrange for your vehicle to get to the dealership for service.