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Old 12-27-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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Hey, all. As you know I cracked up my 98 SSEi, and just picked up a 96 SSEi, but it was missing the keyless entry remotes. The dealer can program my 98 remotes for the 96, but I KNOW this knowledgable staff can help me save the $40 to do it myself.... How do I program my 98 fobs to work on my 96?
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Good times, folks...Good times.
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That work for ya
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what is DLC and where can i find it? where can i get a fused jumper wire?
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The DLC is the OBD port, correct?
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Yes. On the hush panel above your shins while you sit in the go-fast seat.
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I didn't use a fused wire. Just bent one horseshoe shaped and carefully inserted it into the terminals. Be careful and make sure you get the right terminals and you should be OK.
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Funny as hell! I programmed the new car, both cars were in my barn, now BOTH cars chirp and flash the lights. Although it'* sad to see the 98 only flash the one good headlight.... Thanks for the help gents!
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