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I have a 95 Intrepid ES. It has the horn on it and the LED light on the front dash. I know my car is fully upgraded. I just got a remote off ebay for the locks and trunk. I went to the dodge dealership and they told me they wanted $60 to program the remote key. I was wondering if anyone here knows how?
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RKE Transmitter Programming

Locate the Data Link Connector under the instrument panel to the right of the steering column.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
Data Link Connector




Ground pin 1 of the Data Link Connector. This is the programming line for the Remote Keyless Entry Module. The door locks will lock and unlock to indicate the receiver is ready to receive transmitter code. The trunk solenoid will not cycle at this time.
Press any button on the transmitter to set code. The locks will cycle to confirm programming. If there is a second transmitter, it must be set at this time. Press any button on the second transmitter and wait for the locks to cycle.
Disconnect the program line from ground. This returns the system to its normal operation mode.
Confirm proper system function by actuating the lock, unlock and trunk release buttons on the transmitter.
 

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Spot the Alldata Subscriber!!! :)
 

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Awww, now you've given away the secret.

Notice how I got a five star rating just because I answered one persons question. Kinda makes me feel like a chrysler dealer.
 

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You have to make sure that you have a body control module that is RKE compatible. If you have the correct body control module, you can just add the keyless entry module under the dash.

The body control module is located under the passenger side kick pad. You can tell which version it is by how many connectors there are on it. 2 connectors is base model, and 3 connectors is the extended module. You need one with 3 connectors to make keyless entry work.
 

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5 Star Brit! My stars are that big that youre brain cant comprehend the size so you see nothing! :)
 

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****in stars! I've helped my share of people on here, on what do ya get, 4 freakin stars. **** the ****in ****ers.


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i want some stars...
 

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I rated ya`ll

5 stars :)

Cos you have both been real helpul to me in the past :) <wink>

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thanks...i returned the favor
 

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I tried grounding pin one and it blew a fuse pretty instantaneously, it's the top left little plug and I grounded it to the chassi of the car and sparks then pop then lights go out. was wondering what I was doing wrong?
 

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I think you were supposed to ground it to one of the two ground pins in the picture. Not sure but I would try that.
 

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Ohhh.,..a hush fills the crowd as the million star rated Dooley enters a post...Similar to Si's dilemma, you can't see my stars, only this time cause they are so small, in order to fit them all there of course...
 

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1994 LH cars use the traction control connection to program RKE, if you dont have traction control the connection is still hooked on the back of the upper center vent bezel to the right of the steering wheel. You have to pry the panel loose to accsess this connection. Then with the igntion turned to the on positon you must ground pin #4 .The locks will lock and unlock to indicate the reciver is ready to program. Then press any button on the key fob ,the locks will again lock and then unlock .If you want to program another fob you must do it at this time , by pushing any button on the second fob. Disconnect the wire grounding pin #4 and you system is programmed

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Sorry for the crude drawing ,the connection is keyed so it will only go in one way .Hold the connection so that you are looking at 3 pins on the right and 3 pins on the left . The connection will have an an extension out the botton right corner and the out the botton . This way you will know pin 4 is the top lefthand pin . Hope this helps

[ September 09, 2001: Message edited by: ottowrkr ]
 

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ya know, this is the only place that I have found this info at. Every time that I think I know everything that is on this site, I am proved wrong.

Thanks to whoever, this saved me 30$... which I can't believe my dealer wanted to charge me for doing no more than this........
 

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Ok, I'm really lost now especially since the picture didn't seem to load. I just bought a 94 Intrepid ES with the LED on the dash(3.3L, 128K, Leather Int., Transmission rebuilt) [LOVIN IT!!!!]. The darn thing only came with one remote though. I'm gonna buy two or preferrably three more from Ebay but I'm now thoroughly confused as to how to reprogram them to work with my beast. So, here's the low down:
1) Can i use / program 3 or more remotes with my car?
2) Anyway, someone can tell me how or send me to a faq telling me how to reprogram
3) You all keep talking about 1st gen and 2nd gen.... what are you referring to (and yes i know gen is generation) and how do I tell what my vehicle is?
4) I love forums!!!!!! :biggrin:
5) TIA
 
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