With all the attention Charger and Challenger thefts have been getting on You Tube and elsewhere, Stellantis has come up with what they call an RF hub module lockout. Basically, it is a software patch that keeps anyone from creating a new key fob for the car. Here in South Florida, the police have recently busted a gang that was breaking a window, using a laptop to access the hub and then creating new key fobs and driving away. According to police, the person they busted had a briefcase full of red Hellcat/Trackhawk key fobs with him. Only downside is even the owner can't get a new key made without replacing the hub and a lot of red tape. I just got back from the dealer. They created a new red key spare for me (now I have three) and then did the lockout. I have a 2023, so the patch was free. I had to pay for the key, but they gave me a $50 discount. I was the first one at this dealer to ask for this, and I had to give him a copy of the Stellantis TSB, but they had no problem doing it. If I had been out of warranty, the charge would have only been about $49. Hope my experience helps others.