Advanced Diagnostics : AD-38 - Chrysler / Jeep / Dodge Skim PINCODE Bypass
The AD38 is a small standalone device that can overwrite the pin code stored within the skim module fitted to Chrysler/Jeep & Dodge vehicles fitted with TYPE 1 and TYPE 2 (1st Generation) SKIM modules, on 98 to 2000 model years.
This will then allow new keys to be programmed into the vehicle. The skim module is Chrysler terminology for a combined immobiliser and aerial module. Writing a new pin code to the skim module involves removing the Skim module, which is located around the ignition barrel, from the vehicle, which is a fairly simple process. The pin code that is written to the skim module is a fixed code that will be detailed with each kit.
Once the new pin code has been written to the module, keys can be programmed into the vehicle by using any Advanced Diagnostics key programming tool.
An operating manual is provided which details the procedure for removing the immobiliser and writing the new pin code.