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Old 05-29-2007, 10:07 PM   #1
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Okay, the code says my 96 LeSabre has keyless entry and I tried to start programming it but the doors don't lock unlock to say it'* in test mode.

What is the best way to jumper the OB II? and Where would the factory keyless receiver be located?

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The procedures are in Techinfo.

I suspect you're jumpering the wrong pins.

Please verify that you have RPO code AUO on your spare tire cover, and that the VIN on the RPO label matches the VIN of the car.

Then double-check the jumper pins you're using.
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The procedures are in Techinfo.

I suspect you're jumpering the wrong pins.

Please verify that you have RPO code AUO on your spare tire cover, and that the VIN on the RPO label matches the VIN of the car.

Then double-check the jumper pins you're using.
Check, pins 8 and 4
Check, RPO AU0
Check, VIN matches

What is best to use to jumper the pins?
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A piece of wire.

Check for blown fuses also. I can't help you with the RFA module location. (remote function actuator). Yours may be different than ours.
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Our RFA in your year is located above the hush panel on the passenger side... or basically behind the glove box.
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Our RFA in your year is located above the hush panel on the passenger side... or basically behind the glove box.
Do either of these pictures shoe the receiver?:

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