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Old 03-21-2003, 03:20 AM   #1
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Well.. I just did Tamara'* 95.. you jump pin 4 to 8.. then you'll hear see that all door lock gets activated.. then all you have to do is press any key on the remote for the car to allow the frequency of the remote. Program other remotes as needed ( including if you have another existing transmitter ). then simply pull the jumper out to see if it works.. that'* it... and they charge like 50 bucks at the dealership to do this?? I don't know if this would work for 96+ since 95 was the first year of the Series II and OBD II? ( Will, Jr, Tofuman ? ). but just I let everyone else with that year at least know...

that'* it .. that simple.. that'* all
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You have the OBD2 ALDL connector, so I'd bet it would work for 96+.

A request here. Can someone with a 96+ try this, and Drifter, can you write that up as a Techinfo and email it to either Jr or myself?
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Sure... just let me pull a Will and first.. hahaha.. kiddin..
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I've got a '96 SSEi and I have purchased 2 new remotes. Where is the remote keyless entry unit located that you do the pin jumping?
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It'* not on the unit, it'* on the diagnostic terminal connector.
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Welcome to the forum, sport! Right above your feet when you're sitting in the cockpit for launch. Mounted to the driver'* side hushpanel, near your entry courtesy light. That'* the port for a scantool to interface with.
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OK. Wheres the diagnostic terminal connector for my '96?
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Welcome to the forum, sport! Right above your feet when you're sitting in the cockpit for launch. Mounted to the driver'* side hushpanel, near your entry courtesy light. That'* the port for a scantool to interface with.
That'* where it is. Open your driver'* door, get on your knees, and look up above the brake pedal, but closer to the driver'* position. You'll see a data port with 16 pins. 2 rows. About the size of the END of a cig pack, and it'* black.
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Appreciate it!! Thanks, I'll try it tonight.
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Luck! Let us know how it goes. We really need this info.
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