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> Keyless Entry Programming, Need Tips
jaehyun83
post Oct 2 2005, 09:01 PM
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I just got My remote with an instruction from ebay(www.stores.ebay.com/remotesuperstore)

I followed the instruction connecting Pin#1 to Pin#4 in the Data Link Connector
while putting the ignition to off

and then turn it to acc after closing all doors

and then turn it back to off... and it says...door locks should lock/unlock...

but nothing happens...- -;; is there something wrong??

or is it possible that i got the wrong remote...it looks just the same as the last one that i lost - -;;

Please respond...Thanks...
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93Miata
post Nov 26 2005, 07:10 PM
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You probably got a broken remote like I did from ebay.

I was looking for replacement keyless entry remotes not too long ago and I found a site that had them really cheap for my Eclipse and Montero.

I had them delivered in less than a week and the programming instructions only took maybe 10 seconds?

Anyways, here's a link to the site:

Https://www.ThePartsYouNeed.com

Just click the Mitsubishi category, or type ECLIPSE in their search box.
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jesusdl
post Dec 4 2005, 10:01 PM
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I am looking for the instructions, I got a remote but the instructions only apply for lock/unlock buttons... I also need to program the trunk and panic buttons... Thanks in advance for your comments.
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post Dec 11 2005, 03:55 PM
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You sure you have a receiver that works with the other buttons? When you program a remote and some buttons work, either the remote has broken buttons, or your receiver does not have the panic or trunk option to recognize those buttons.
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post May 7 2006, 11:47 PM
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I couldn't get that order to work for me. I had to have all my doors closed first then jump pin 1 and 4 with the key already in the off postion, followed by hitting the hazard button six times. That got me into programming mode.
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post May 31 2006, 07:28 PM
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I ordered a remote , but it didnt come with the instructions.... you think you can help me out with them.... all i need it the lock and unlock... thanks!!!!
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post May 31 2006, 07:33 PM
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when they sent me my new keyless entry , i didnt get any programming instructions.... you think you could please help me out with that??? all i need is the lock/ unlock instructions.... THANKS!!!
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post Jan 11 2007, 11:03 PM
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Just did this on a 2000 Eclipse - worked like a charm.

1: With the key in the ignition (key off) and all doors closed, ground pin 1 of the DLC connector. (Same as jumping pin 1 to pin 4...Pin 4 is ground. Due to the location of DLC, I found it easier to just use 1 wire to ground pin 1)

2: Immediately, press the hazard switch 6 times. (on and off 3 times...) Locks will operate to acknowledge programming mode.

3: As soon as locks operate, press lock button on new remote and release. Pause a couple of seconds, then press lock button on remote again twice and release. Locks will again operate to acknowledge programming.

4: Remove ground jumper from DLC connector.

5: Remove key from ignition switch. (Remote won't work with key in switch)

Remote should now work.

If this helps you out, you can email me a beer. :beer:
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yohnyaul
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I have an 04 eclipse spyder gt with just a key but I got it at a chevy dealer and they didn't know if it had keyless entry or not.... How can I tell if it had it at one time or another
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post Mar 14 2007, 11:19 PM
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dudes, ive tryed to put my car in programming mode in every possible way, doors closed key in every position, hazard lights on and off.. but nothing, the car wont go into programming mode.. its an 03 eclipse... help any ideas??? all the directions say the same exact thing.. and im pretty sure i jumped the wires fine.
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post Mar 24 2007, 12:17 PM
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Same here... I've tried everything. It never enters programming mode. What's going on?
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:beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: urz was better than the ones i got from ebay!!!!!
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