I just priced a RKE (Remote key entry) 3Btn key for an 07 Cherokee/Liberty for a customer. The dealer here wanted $534.00 for it, I also asked for the part #.
05189231AB. Google search for the same part bought me to here: 5189231AC |*TRANSMITTER | Genuine Mopar OEM Parts
As you can see it's the same part # at 1/5 of the price. Yes most Jeeps from 06 > run 433mhz for the transmitter, so the story about the "overseas ones won't work" is bull. NB: Mostly our keys don't have the Red Panic button on them. This unit includes the remote & immobilizer in a chip set and they program at the same time.
The same deal for the WK2's
RE 2014 Laredo Prox:
Recently I cut keys for the dealer and scored the part #'s for blade & prox fob. All parts in packaging showed they were ex USA.
When I rang to let them know they were ready I asked for pricing and this is what I got:
Emergency Key blade part #
68200221AA R/R $129.9 + tax
Prox Fob Part #
68143501AC R/R $ 589 + Tax
I've run those part #'s through two USA sites and they are same as used here.
See attached screen shots of pics,
I'd be ordering from the States, and get a local locksmith to cut & program.
Hint keep them in the packaging to prove you've got the genuine article and there shouldn't be any issues with them refusing to cut or program thinking they're china or ebay keys.
Hope this helps down the track
PS: Perhaps the ACCC should be investigating FCA Australia for price gouging on spare parts.