Does this image look familiar?
If so, give us a call for a quote - it is more than likely your Fobik key has failed.
Whether it's from water, impact, or some other form of damage - it happens. Sometimes it's the result of Chinese after-market keys.
Pictured below is a side-by-side shot of an OEM electronics board (the only kind we sell) next to a failed, aftermarket electronics board. We replaced this failed key yesterday and decided to take this picture to show potential customers the risk of using certain aftermarket products.
We added the arrow to show that the transponder chip (the part of the key that allows the vehicle to start) had actually partially disconnected from the circuit board due to poor soldering in the manufacturing process.
We do not sell this, for lack of a batter term, garbage. The reduced cost is simply not worth the reduced quality of the product.
If it is your key that has failed, we can make a replacement key and have your Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge/Ram vehicle back in working order in less than 10 minutes.