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Unread 02-07-2014, 12:59 PM   #1
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Replace key cylinder antenna ring

My 03 wrangler got broken into and they broke the antenna ring around the key cylinder. Are these easy to replace?

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You need a new SKIM (Sentry Key Immobilizer Module), you have to replace the entire module.
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How tuff is the install for a new module?
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Real easy, but there will be some programming that needs to be done so the new SKIM will work with the old keys.

Once you remove the steering column shroud, you will see how the SKIM is installed.

Here is info from the FSM:
SENTRY KEY IMMOBILIZER MODULE
DESCRIPTION
The Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) is the
primary component of the Sentry Key Immobilizer
System (SKIS) (Fig. 9). The SKIM is located in the
steering column, below the ignition lock cylinder
housing. The SKIM has an integral halo-like antenna
ring that extends from one end. When the SKIM is
properly installed on the steering column, the
antenna ring is oriented around the circumference of
the ignition lock cylinder housing.
The SKIM cannot be adjusted or repaired. If faulty
or damaged, the entire SKIM unit must be replaced.
OPERATION
The Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) contains
a Radio Frequency (RF) transceiver and a
microprocessor. The SKIM transmits RF signals to,
and receives RF signals from the Sentry Key transponder
through a tuned antenna enclosed within the
molded plastic antenna ring integral to the SKIM
housing. If this antenna ring is not mounted properly
around the ignition lock cylinder housing, communication
problems between the SKIM and the transponder
may arise. These communication problems will
result in Sentry Key transponder-related faults. The
SKIM also communicates over the Programmable
Communications Interface (PCI) data bus with the
Powertrain Control Module (PCM), the ElectroMechanical
Instrument Cluster (EMIC) and/or the
DRBIIIt scan tool.
The SKIM retains in memory the ID numbers of
any Sentry Key transponder that is programmed into
it. A maximum of eight Sentry Key transponders can
be programmed into the SKIM. For added system
security, each SKIM is programmed with a unique
Secret Key code. This code is stored in memory, sent
over the PCI data bus to the PCM, and is encoded to
the transponder of every Sentry Key that is programmed
into the SKIM. Therefore, the Secret Key
code is a common element that is found in every component
of the Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS).
Another security code, called a PIN, is used to gain
access to the SKIM Secured Access Mode. The
Secured Access Mode is required during service to
perform the SKIS initialization and Sentry Key transponder
programming procedures. The SKIM also
stores the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in its
memory, which it learns through a PCI data bus
message from the PCM during SKIS initialization.
In the event that a SKIM replacement is required,
the Secret Key code can be transferred to the new
SKIM from the PCM using the DRBIIIt scan tool
and the SKIS initialization procedure. Proper completion
of the SKIS initialization will allow the existing
Sentry Keys to be programmed into the new
SKIM so that new keys will not be required. In the
event that the original Secret Key code cannot be
recovered, SKIM replacement will also require new
Sentry Keys. The DRBIIIt scan tool will alert the
technician during the SKIS initialization procedure if
new Sentry Keys are required.
When the ignition switch is On, the SKIM transmits
an RF signal to the transponder in the ignition
key. The SKIM then waits for an RF signal response
from the transponder. If the response received identifies
the key as valid, the SKIM sends a valid key
message to the PCM over the PCI data bus. If the
response received identifies the key as invalid, or if
no response is received from the key transponder, the
SKIM sends an invalid key message to the PCM. The
PCM will enable or disable engine operation based
upon the status of the SKIM messages. It is important
to note that the default condition in the PCM is
an invalid key; therefore, if no message is received
from the SKIM by the PCM, the engine will be disabled
and the vehicle immobilized after two seconds
of running.
The SKIM also sends SKIS indicator status messages
to the EMIC. This indicator status message
tells the EMIC to turn the indicator on for about
three seconds each time the ignition switch is turned
On, as a bulb test. The SKIM sends indicator status
messages to the EMIC to turn the indicator off, turn
the indicator on, or to flash the indicator on and off.
If the SKIS indicator flashes upon ignition On or
stays on solid after the bulb test, it signifies a SKIS
fault. If the SKIM detects a system malfunction
and/or the SKIS has become inoperative, the SKIS
indicator will stay on solid. If the SKIM detects an
invalid key or if a key transponder-related fault
exists, the SKIS indicator will flash. If the vehicle is
equipped with the Customer Learn transponder programming
feature, the SKIM will also send messages
to the EMIC to flash the SKIS indicator and to generate
a single audible chime whenever the Customer
Learn programming mode is being utilized. (Refer to
8 - ELECTRICAL/VEHICLE THEFT SECURITY -
STANDARD PROCEDURE - SENTRY KEY TRANSPONDER
PROGRAMMING).
The SKIS performs a self-test each time the ignition
switch is turned to the On position, and will
store fault information in the form of Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (DTC’s) in SKIM memory if a system
malfunction is detected. The SKIM can be diagnosed,
and any stored DTC’s can be retrieved using a
DRBIIIt scan tool. Refer to the appropriate diagnostic
information.

REMOVAL
WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS,
DISABLE THE AIRBAG SYSTEM BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING
COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT
DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. DISCONNECT AND ISOLATE
THE BATTERY NEGATIVE (GROUND) CABLE,
THEN WAIT TWO MINUTES FOR THE AIRBAG SYSTEM
CAPACITOR TO DISCHARGE BEFORE PERFORMING
FURTHER DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. THIS
IS THE ONLY SURE WAY TO DISABLE THE AIRBAG
SYSTEM. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS
COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG
DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL
INJURY.
(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative
cable.
(2) Remove the steering column opening cover
from the instrument panel. (Refer to 23 - BODY/INSTRUMENT
PANEL/STEERING COLUMN OPENING
COVER - REMOVAL).
(3) Remove the screws that secure the lower steering
column shroud to the upper shroud (Fig. 10).
(4) If the vehicle is equipped with the optional tilt
steering column, move the tilt steering column to the
fully lowered position and leave the tilt release lever
in the released (down) position.
(5) Remove the upper and lower shrouds from the
steering column.
(6) On models equipped with a manual transmission,
remove the screws that secure the multi-function
switch assembly to the upper steering column
housing.
(7) Disconnect the cross body wire harness connector
for the SKIM from the SKIM connector (Fig. 11).
(8) The SKIM mounting bracket features a clip
that secures the SKIM to the inboard lower flange of
the steering column jacket. Pull downward on the
connector end of the SKIM mounting bracket to
release this clip from the steering column jacket.
(9) Rotate the SKIM and its mounting bracket
downwards and then to the side away from the steering
column to slide the SKIM antenna ring from
around the ignition switch lock cylinder housing. On
models with a manual transmission, lift the multifunction
switch upward off of the upper steering column
housing far enough to extract the SKIM
antenna from between the ignition key release button
and the right multi-function switch housing.
(10) Remove the SKIM from the steering column.

INSTALLATION
WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS,
DISABLE THE AIRBAG SYSTEM BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING
COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT
DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. DISCONNECT AND ISOLATE
THE BATTERY NEGATIVE (GROUND) CABLE,
THEN WAIT TWO MINUTES FOR THE AIRBAG SYSTEM
CAPACITOR TO DISCHARGE BEFORE PERFORMING
FURTHER DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. THIS
IS THE ONLY SURE WAY TO DISABLE THE AIRBAG
SYSTEM. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS
COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG
DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL
INJURY.
(1) Position the Sentry Key Immobilizer Module
(SKIM) (Fig. 11). On models with a manual transmission,
lift the multi-function switch upward off of the
upper steering column housing far enough to insert
the SKIM antenna formation between the ignition
key release button and the multi-function switch
housing.
(2) Slide the SKIM antenna ring around the ignition
switch lock cylinder housing, then rotate the
SKIM and its mounting bracket upwards and toward
the steering column.
(3) Align the SKIM mounting bracket clip with the
inboard lower flange of the steering column and,
push upward firmly on the connector end of the
SKIM mounting bracket to engage the clip with the
steering column.
(4) Reconnect the cross body wire harness connector
for the SKIM to the SKIM connector.
(5) On models equipped with a manual transmission,
install and tighten the screws that secure the
multi-function switch assembly to the upper steering
column housing. Tighten the screws to 2 Nm (20 in.
lbs.).
(6) Position both the upper and lower shrouds onto
the steering column (Fig. 10).
(7) Install and tighten the screws that secure the
lower steering column shroud to the upper shroud.
Tighten the screws to 2 Nm (18 in. lbs.).
(8) Move the tilt steering column to the fully
raised position and secure it in place by moving the
tilt release lever back to the locked (up) position.
(9) Reinstall the steering column opening cover.
(Refer to 23 - BODY/INSTRUMENT PANEL/STEERING
COLUMN OPENING COVER - INSTALLATION).
(10) Reconnect the battery negative cable.
NOTE: If the SKIM has been replaced with a new
unit, the Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS)
MUST be initialized before the vehicle can be operated.
(Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/VEHICLE THEFT
SECURITY - STANDARD PROCEDURE - SKIS INITIALIZATION).



STANDARD PROCEDURE - SKIS
INITIALIZATION

The Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS) must
be initialized following a Sentry Key Immobilizer
Module (SKIM) replacement. SKIS initialization
requires the use of a DRBIIIt scan tool. Initialization
will also require that you have access to the unique
four-digit PIN code that was assigned to the original
SKIM. The PIN code must be used to enter the
Secured Access Mode in the SKIM. This PIN number
may be obtained from the vehicle owner, from the
original vehicle invoice, or from the DaimlerChrysler
Customer Center. (Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC
CONTROL MODULES - STANDARD PROCEDURE
- PCM/SKIM PROGRAMMING).
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Unread 02-09-2014, 01:25 PM   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Wheelin98TJ View Post
Real easy, but there will be some programming that needs to be done so the new SKIM will work with the old keys.

Once you remove the steering column shroud, you will see how the SKIM is installed.

Here is info from the FSM:
SENTRY KEY IMMOBILIZER MODULE
DESCRIPTION
The Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) is the
primary component of the Sentry Key Immobilizer
System (SKIS) (Fig. 9). The SKIM is located in the
steering column, below the ignition lock cylinder
housing. The SKIM has an integral halo-like antenna
ring that extends from one end. When the SKIM is
properly installed on the steering column, the
antenna ring is oriented around the circumference of
the ignition lock cylinder housing.
The SKIM cannot be adjusted or repaired. If faulty
or damaged, the entire SKIM unit must be replaced.
OPERATION
The Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) contains
a Radio Frequency (RF) transceiver and a
microprocessor. The SKIM transmits RF signals to,
and receives RF signals from the Sentry Key transponder
through a tuned antenna enclosed within the
molded plastic antenna ring integral to the SKIM
housing. If this antenna ring is not mounted properly
around the ignition lock cylinder housing, communication
problems between the SKIM and the transponder
may arise. These communication problems will
result in Sentry Key transponder-related faults. The
SKIM also communicates over the Programmable
Communications Interface (PCI) data bus with the
Powertrain Control Module (PCM), the ElectroMechanical
Instrument Cluster (EMIC) and/or the
DRBIIIt scan tool.
The SKIM retains in memory the ID numbers of
any Sentry Key transponder that is programmed into
it. A maximum of eight Sentry Key transponders can
be programmed into the SKIM. For added system
security, each SKIM is programmed with a unique
Secret Key code. This code is stored in memory, sent
over the PCI data bus to the PCM, and is encoded to
the transponder of every Sentry Key that is programmed
into the SKIM. Therefore, the Secret Key
code is a common element that is found in every component
of the Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS).
Another security code, called a PIN, is used to gain
access to the SKIM Secured Access Mode. The
Secured Access Mode is required during service to
perform the SKIS initialization and Sentry Key transponder
programming procedures. The SKIM also
stores the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in its
memory, which it learns through a PCI data bus
message from the PCM during SKIS initialization.
In the event that a SKIM replacement is required,
the Secret Key code can be transferred to the new
SKIM from the PCM using the DRBIIIt scan tool
and the SKIS initialization procedure. Proper completion
of the SKIS initialization will allow the existing
Sentry Keys to be programmed into the new
SKIM so that new keys will not be required. In the
event that the original Secret Key code cannot be
recovered, SKIM replacement will also require new
Sentry Keys. The DRBIIIt scan tool will alert the
technician during the SKIS initialization procedure if
new Sentry Keys are required.
When the ignition switch is On, the SKIM transmits
an RF signal to the transponder in the ignition
key. The SKIM then waits for an RF signal response
from the transponder. If the response received identifies
the key as valid, the SKIM sends a valid key
message to the PCM over the PCI data bus. If the
response received identifies the key as invalid, or if
no response is received from the key transponder, the
SKIM sends an invalid key message to the PCM. The
PCM will enable or disable engine operation based
upon the status of the SKIM messages. It is important
to note that the default condition in the PCM is
an invalid key; therefore, if no message is received
from the SKIM by the PCM, the engine will be disabled
and the vehicle immobilized after two seconds
of running.
The SKIM also sends SKIS indicator status messages
to the EMIC. This indicator status message
tells the EMIC to turn the indicator on for about
three seconds each time the ignition switch is turned
On, as a bulb test. The SKIM sends indicator status
messages to the EMIC to turn the indicator off, turn
the indicator on, or to flash the indicator on and off.
If the SKIS indicator flashes upon ignition On or
stays on solid after the bulb test, it signifies a SKIS
fault. If the SKIM detects a system malfunction
and/or the SKIS has become inoperative, the SKIS
indicator will stay on solid. If the SKIM detects an
invalid key or if a key transponder-related fault
exists, the SKIS indicator will flash. If the vehicle is
equipped with the Customer Learn transponder programming
feature, the SKIM will also send messages
to the EMIC to flash the SKIS indicator and to generate
a single audible chime whenever the Customer
Learn programming mode is being utilized. (Refer to
8 - ELECTRICAL/VEHICLE THEFT SECURITY -
STANDARD PROCEDURE - SENTRY KEY TRANSPONDER
PROGRAMMING).
The SKIS performs a self-test each time the ignition
switch is turned to the On position, and will
store fault information in the form of Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (DTCs) in SKIM memory if a system
malfunction is detected. The SKIM can be diagnosed,
and any stored DTCs can be retrieved using a
DRBIIIt scan tool. Refer to the appropriate diagnostic
information.

REMOVAL
WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS,
DISABLE THE AIRBAG SYSTEM BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING
COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT
DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. DISCONNECT AND ISOLATE
THE BATTERY NEGATIVE (GROUND) CABLE,
THEN WAIT TWO MINUTES FOR THE AIRBAG SYSTEM
CAPACITOR TO DISCHARGE BEFORE PERFORMING
FURTHER DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. THIS
IS THE ONLY SURE WAY TO DISABLE THE AIRBAG
SYSTEM. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS
COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG
DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL
INJURY.
(1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative
cable.
(2) Remove the steering column opening cover
from the instrument panel. (Refer to 23 - BODY/INSTRUMENT
PANEL/STEERING COLUMN OPENING
COVER - REMOVAL).
(3) Remove the screws that secure the lower steering
column shroud to the upper shroud (Fig. 10).
(4) If the vehicle is equipped with the optional tilt
steering column, move the tilt steering column to the
fully lowered position and leave the tilt release lever
in the released (down) position.
(5) Remove the upper and lower shrouds from the
steering column.
(6) On models equipped with a manual transmission,
remove the screws that secure the multi-function
switch assembly to the upper steering column
housing.
(7) Disconnect the cross body wire harness connector
for the SKIM from the SKIM connector (Fig. 11).
(8) The SKIM mounting bracket features a clip
that secures the SKIM to the inboard lower flange of
the steering column jacket. Pull downward on the
connector end of the SKIM mounting bracket to
release this clip from the steering column jacket.
(9) Rotate the SKIM and its mounting bracket
downwards and then to the side away from the steering
column to slide the SKIM antenna ring from
around the ignition switch lock cylinder housing. On
models with a manual transmission, lift the multifunction
switch upward off of the upper steering column
housing far enough to extract the SKIM
antenna from between the ignition key release button
and the right multi-function switch housing.
(10) Remove the SKIM from the steering column.

INSTALLATION
WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIRBAGS,
DISABLE THE AIRBAG SYSTEM BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING
COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT
DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. DISCONNECT AND ISOLATE
THE BATTERY NEGATIVE (GROUND) CABLE,
THEN WAIT TWO MINUTES FOR THE AIRBAG SYSTEM
CAPACITOR TO DISCHARGE BEFORE PERFORMING
FURTHER DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. THIS
IS THE ONLY SURE WAY TO DISABLE THE AIRBAG
SYSTEM. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS
COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG
DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL
INJURY.
(1) Position the Sentry Key Immobilizer Module
(SKIM) (Fig. 11). On models with a manual transmission,
lift the multi-function switch upward off of the
upper steering column housing far enough to insert
the SKIM antenna formation between the ignition
key release button and the multi-function switch
housing.
(2) Slide the SKIM antenna ring around the ignition
switch lock cylinder housing, then rotate the
SKIM and its mounting bracket upwards and toward
the steering column.
(3) Align the SKIM mounting bracket clip with the
inboard lower flange of the steering column and,
push upward firmly on the connector end of the
SKIM mounting bracket to engage the clip with the
steering column.
(4) Reconnect the cross body wire harness connector
for the SKIM to the SKIM connector.
(5) On models equipped with a manual transmission,
install and tighten the screws that secure the
multi-function switch assembly to the upper steering
column housing. Tighten the screws to 2 Nm (20 in.
lbs.).
(6) Position both the upper and lower shrouds onto
the steering column (Fig. 10).
(7) Install and tighten the screws that secure the
lower steering column shroud to the upper shroud.
Tighten the screws to 2 Nm (18 in. lbs.).
(8) Move the tilt steering column to the fully
raised position and secure it in place by moving the
tilt release lever back to the locked (up) position.
(9) Reinstall the steering column opening cover.
(Refer to 23 - BODY/INSTRUMENT PANEL/STEERING
COLUMN OPENING COVER - INSTALLATION).
(10) Reconnect the battery negative cable.
NOTE: If the SKIM has been replaced with a new
unit, the Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS)
MUST be initialized before the vehicle can be operated.
(Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/VEHICLE THEFT
SECURITY - STANDARD PROCEDURE - SKIS INITIALIZATION).



STANDARD PROCEDURE - SKIS
INITIALIZATION

The Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS) must
be initialized following a Sentry Key Immobilizer
Module (SKIM) replacement. SKIS initialization
requires the use of a DRBIIIt scan tool. Initialization
will also require that you have access to the unique
four-digit PIN code that was assigned to the original
SKIM. The PIN code must be used to enter the
Secured Access Mode in the SKIM. This PIN number
may be obtained from the vehicle owner, from the
original vehicle invoice, or from the DaimlerChrysler
Customer Center. (Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC
CONTROL MODULES - STANDARD PROCEDURE
- PCM/SKIM PROGRAMMING).
Thanks for this info. Where did you get this info? From a manufacturers manual?
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Thanks for this info. Where did you get this info? From a manufacturers manual?
Yes, that is from the Factory Service Manual (FSM).
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Yes, that is from the Factory Service Manual (FSM).
I am trying to find where I can purchase a new SKIM. I haven't found any for 03 wranglers...mostly searches return Cherokees. Any idea where I can purchase one?
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Not sure where to buy, but you're looking for part # 56010209AC or 56010209AD. Maybe having the part # will help you with your search.

The part # ending in AD is the new part, part # ending in AC was superseded.

List price is $139.00, price with discount is usually around $100.00.
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Not sure where to buy, but you're looking for part # 56010209AC or 56010209AD. Maybe having the part # will help you with your search.

The part # ending in AD is the new part, part # ending in AC was superseded.

List price is $139.00, price with discount is usually around $100.00.
Thanks, huge help getting me the part number.
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If you would like a 2003 TJ parts manual for yourself, here is a link:

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/jeep-pa...ts-Catalog.PDF
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If you would like a 2003 TJ parts manual for yourself, here is a link:

http://www.jeep4x4center.com/jeep-pa...ts-Catalog.PDF
Thanks!
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