Originally Posted by Jesse
No it did work, but every time I programed the FOB it would cancel the other FOB. So I just moved the paper clip to the left and it programed the other FOB. The procedure is correct, but it only programs a single FOB and I wanted to program both. It was very helpful.
??? I don't follow what you're saying about moving the jumper to another port. I mean, if you have two working key fobs now, great, but what gave you the idea to move the clip to another port?
If the ports on the connector look like this:
...I think you're supposed to jumper L to A (where A is a ground wire). Diagnostic mode is invoked by jumpering B to A. Which two ports did you connect together?
From what I recall, you can program more than one fob, but you need to press _only_ one button (any button) on each fob. The maximum number of different ones that the car can remember is either two or four, with the oldest one rolling off each time after that. So I guess if the capacity is two, but you pressed all three buttons on each transmitter, then the car would appear to forget the previous transmitter each time you tried to program a new one.
But now I'm really stretching here. If it'* working for you now, great, but maybe you can tell us a little more about what you did.