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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-02-2003 Thread Starter
 
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Question on how to reprogram a keyless entry remote

Can some one please to me how to program my remotes for my keyless entry please.
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for a 99+ you turn the car from "off to run" 8 times in 10 seconds. leaving it in the run position. the locks will lock then unlock to tell you it is in programming mode. hit a button on the first transmitter you have. (if you have another hit a button on it now.) once finished turn key to "off" the locks will lock then unlock telling you your done.



if 94-98 look in the trunk under the carpet panel on the driver side. you will see a big black looking thing. on the fron there should be a little grey looking plug thing. inside is 2 metal prongs. first turn key to "run". you must "jump" these two together.) i used a fork. once the connection is jumped the locks will lock/unlock to tell you it is on programming mode. then hit a button on transmitter. once done turn key to "off" and it will again lock/unlock to let you know you done.

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thanks alot
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007
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Hey THANKS! I had a 98 Mustang Coupe, all that's left is the keyless remote and with your help it now works on my 94 Mustang GT Convetible!

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But can you program the key itself?????

Thanks for the help man, I think I'll go buy a new key fob to have as an extra.

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no I think they keys have to be reprogrammed at the dealership with some program they have there. I was trying to think of how to reprogram my own key but cant find out if there is a OBD way to do it.

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no I think they keys have to be reprogrammed at the dealership with some program they have there. I was trying to think of how to reprogram my own key but cant find out if there is a OBD way to do it.
reprogramming the key is done through the obdII diagnostic port. if you have an NGS, WDS, or PDS, or you have access to either one of them you can do it.

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I here that there is a new way to do it... but you have to have 2 keys to make it work... IDK its all over ebay now...

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I have a 1994 Mustang GT. I found the two pin connector but when I short out the two pins nothing happens. Yes ignition key is on. There is an Alpine alarm system installed and I think that may be causing the problem. Any advice?
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