Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

This page contains links to diagnostic, repair and service information provided by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, plus additional, third-party resources. All resources are available to all automotive repair professionals. Some types of information are free, while others require a subscription purchase. Access to Vehicle Security Information (key codes, immobilizer reset procedures, etc.) requires an approved account under the Vehicle Security Professional program.

Service, repair and security data is available for all Fiat Chrysler Automobiles vehicles sold in Canada. This includes Chrysler, Dodge, Eagle, Jeep, Fiat, Plymouth, RAM and SRT cars and light trucks. the site also provides information for Alpha Romeo, Crossfire, Sprinter and Chrysler and RAM medium and heavy trucks. Some of the vehicle security information on these lines and models may be at an additional cost.

How to set up accounts with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: Complete the registration form here.
(note: where asked to select "State" and no Canadian provinces are listed, enter ANY US state)

System Requirements: Click "Minimum PC Requirements" here.

Select the type of information you need from the links below.

Subscription prices (USD) * All prices quoted for comparison only and are subject to change

Short term Month Year/other Security Professional

$35 (3 days)
$70 (7 days)

First, you must be a registered Vehicle Security Professional. FCA security data $30 per transaction *ALERT: The single-price option has been temporarily suspended and FCA has rolled back to the multi-price system until a fix can be made. [10:30am edt, 6/15/15]

Is the information you're looking for unavailable? Use the Service Information Request form for Canada.

Frequently asked questions:
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Q: What requirements do I have to meet to reflash a Chrysler or Fiat vehicle?

Q: Which models and model years of vehicles can be reprogrammed?

Q: Where can I get J2534 information for Fiat Chrysler?

Q: How does a technician determine whether a reprogramming event is needed for a particular vehicle?

Q: What OEM equipment is available to reprogram vehicles?

Q: How does a technician obtain the calibration?