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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 1:58 pm 
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How do you program the receiver for the wireless remote.I can't find any information for a 91.It has the ALDL connector under the dash.I know on newer models you use a jumper betreen to of the pins. Is this how it's done on a 91?
I tested the remote at a parts store and it is putting out a signal.I want to try and reprogram. Also I would like to know where the receiver is located. Thanks for your help. :beerchug:


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 2:08 pm 
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I believe the process is similar, but the terminals you need to get to are clipped just to the left of the glovebox. I believe when the glovebox is open, you should be able to squeeze it, and that will let it come all the way down, and it will be just right there.

I also believe the Remote Keyless Entry Module is in the same area there.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 3:43 pm 
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Found it right where you said! My remote didn't program the receiver . When I jumped the wires it cycled the door locks,pushed the button on the remote and nothing happened. I tried it several times ,remote still doesn't work. Since it is putting out a signal I suspect the receiver . I looked in the same area as the wires but didn't see anything that looked like a receiver. I can't tell where the wires go. Anyone know where the receiver is,what it looks like or had any exoerience with one.
Thanks for the reply help finding the wires! Now where is the receiver???


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 5:14 pm 
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I think you are supposed to hit a particular button on the remote, but I don't know what it is.

Have you tried new batteries in the remote, and then programming it again?

Somebody with a factory service manual will have to pinpoint the exact location for us, I think it is someplace behind the radio, but I could be wrong.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:09 am 
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I put new batteries in it, tried all three buttons. Do you think your supposed to hold more than one down at the same time? I tried holding one down for over 30 seconds. I have had my radio out before ,going to pull it and look in that area for the receiver.Hope someone knows where it's at before I do.
Another thought ,if I do find it how do you test it?????


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 2:11 pm 
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Ok,I think I may have found it! Is it a TRW part white 1 1/4 square about 4 inches long.I took it out, everything else seems to be working. It was behind the glove box in the rt corner attached to the relay fuse block that is there.The numer on it is 25557059.
No listing for this part at any of the parts stores. I'm sure this is a dealer part only. Looks like this is a scrap yard visit. Can anyone verify that it is the receiver??


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essikr wrote:
Ok,I think I may have found it! Is it a TRW part white 1 1/4 square about 4 inches long.I took it out, everything else seems to be working. It was behind the glove box in the rt corner attached to the relay fuse block that is there.The numer on it is 25557059.
No listing for this part at any of the parts stores. I'm sure this is a dealer part only. Looks like this is a scrap yard visit. Can anyone verify that it is the receiver??

Jump the glove box terminal, then hold the lock button down on the remote, until the locks cycle.
Takes about 30 seconds.

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SSEBonne4evr wrote:
essikr wrote:
Ok,I think I may have found it! Is it a TRW part white 1 1/4 square about 4 inches long.I took it out, everything else seems to be working. It was behind the glove box in the rt corner attached to the relay fuse block that is there.The numer on it is 25557059.
No listing for this part at any of the parts stores. I'm sure this is a dealer part only. Looks like this is a scrap yard visit. Can anyone verify that it is the receiver??

Jump the glove box terminal, then hold the lock button down on the remote, until the locks cycle.
Takes about 30 seconds.


30 seconds? Wow! Probably explains why ours never worked :beerchug:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:22 am 
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SSEBonne4evr wrote:
essikr wrote:
Ok,I think I may have found it! Is it a TRW part white 1 1/4 square about 4 inches long.I took it out, everything else seems to be working. It was behind the glove box in the rt corner attached to the relay fuse block that is there.The numer on it is 25557059.
No listing for this part at any of the parts stores. I'm sure this is a dealer part only. Looks like this is a scrap yard visit. Can anyone verify that it is the receiver??

Jump the glove box terminal, then hold the lock button down on the remote, until the locks cycle.
Takes about 30 seconds.


30 seconds? Wow! Probably explains why ours never worked :beerchug:

Yes, just hold the lock button down on the remote until the locks cycle.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:44 pm 
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Want to thank you for the information about holding the button down. I had little bit of trouble getting a good connection while jumping the wires.I held the button down for more than 30 seconds and it now does work for the doors.It still will not open the trunk but thats OK ,the button in the glove box works as does the key. Thanks again. :beerchug:


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:25 am 
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Well it worked for two days ,it quit again. I haven't tried to reprogram yet but I think one of the componets must be the problem. Is it the wireless key fob or the receiver in the car? Any suggestions? :roll:


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Its most likely the FOB. Take it apart and clean the button contacts,
make sure the battery and contacts are good and try again.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2014 2:05 pm 
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Trouble again with the remote won't re-program . I'm not sure I found the receiver.The part has a pink 12v, yellow ,black grnd, 2 blue together and 2 green together. Is this the receiver?


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doDo you have a spare remote you could try?

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