Monday, January 9, 2017

56007049 Programming Instructions


Programming Procedures

NOTE: Dodge Dakota vehicles must be programmed by a professional locksmith or dealership.


Programming for 96-97 Dodge Ram Pickup; 98 Dodge Ram Van
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Locate the Data Link Connector (DLC). It will be under the dash on the drivers side. Use the diagram above to identify pins 1 and 4. Notice that the DLC connector is tapered. You can use this to help identify the proper pins. Using a suitable jumper wire jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure that there are metal connector ends in the cavities that are referenced in this procedure. Once the jumper wire is installed it needs to remain there throughout this process until instructed to remove.

2. Insert key into the ignition and turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (ON is turning ignition switch as far as you can without cranking the engine)

3. If jumper wire is installed properly, once ignition is ON the door locks will Lock and Unlock once.

4. Now press any button on the first remote to be programmed. To show that the signal from remote is recognized the door locks will cycle again (Lock and Unlock) and the rear window will release if equipped. This step must be repeated for all remaining remotes to be programmed to vehicle.

5. Once all remotes are programmed remove jumper wire and turn ignition to OFF. Test all remotes to ensure proper programming.




Programming for 94 Dodge Ram Van
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Open the glove box and lower down by releasing catch tabs.

2. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position. (Just shy of cranking the engine)

3. Find the program connector behind the glove box and jump to ground. This means to take a wire and contact the metal in the connector to a non-painted metal surface that is a suitable ground. When done properly the door locks will Lock and then Unlock automatically. The vehicle is now in programming mode.

4. Press any button on the remote. The doors will again Lock and Unlock automatically when the signal has been received from the remote and programmed successfully. Repeat this step for each remote that needs to be programmed to the vehicle.

5. Remove the jumper wire to ground and the programming procedure is now done. Test each remote to ensure it functions.




Programming for 95-97 Dodge Ram Van
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.
1. Identify the programming connector. It will be on the drivers side under the dash taped to the wiring harness just to the left of the steering column. It will be a single green wire with a black rubber insulator on the end of it.

2. Using a suitable jumper wire jump the programming connector to ground. This means contact the metal in the connector with one end of the wire and contact a non-painted metal surface with the other end of the wire.

3. Insert key into the ignition and turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (Just shy of cranking the engine)

4. Press any button on the first remote. The locks will cycle from Lock to Unlock to show successful programming. Repeat this step for each additional remote to be programmed.

5. Remove jumper wire, turn ignition to OFF and remove key. Test all remotes to ensure they function.





Programming for 95 Chrysler Lebaron
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Remove the middle vent bezel from the center of the dashboard. Locate the 6 pin traction control connector behind the vent. It will be black in color. Connector should be connected to the vent bezel or the traction control switch, if connected to the traction control switch you must unplug it.

2. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position.

3. Using a jumper wire or a paper clip bent in the shape of a "U" jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure there are metal contacts or pins in cavities 1 and 4. When done properly the doors will automatically lock and then unlock to show that vehicle is in programming mode.

4. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. Locks will cycle again to indicate vehicle recognized remote. If programming a second remote press any button on second remote to be programmed, locks will cycle again to indicate that second remote was recognized.

5. Programming is now complete, turn ignition to OFF position, remove jumper wire, and test remotes to ensure proper programming.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

When Was The First Key Fob Made?


The first test of this invention was with a keyless entry pad system called SecuriCode. Ford introduced it in 1980 with the Thunderbird and the Lincoln Mark VI. This keyless entry pad was located on the side of the driver’s door. The driver would enter a code which would unlock the driver’s door. Pressing a combination of different numbers thereafter would unlock other doors and pop open the trunk.
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However, there had to be an easier way and French automaker Renault figured it out. In 1982, a keyless entry system using a handheld transmitter was created for the Renault Fuego car. In 1983, American vehicles started creating the handheld systems as well.

The keyless remotes have radio transmitters that allow the system to connect with your car. Pushing a button on the remote sends a radio wave signal to the receiver in the car which then performs the function of the button you pressed.

The innovation of keyless entry systems escalated quickly. By 1995, smart keys hit the market. A smart key is the same concept, except the metal key is optional. The keyless entry remote that locks and unlocks the door is the same remote that starts the car. The first key of this kind was introduced as a “key-less go” remote. Pretty self-explanatory; the remote allows you to go (drive) without a metal key. This was invented by Siemens with a Mercedes-Benz. Now, smart keys are familiarized with the “push to start” vehicles.

All products have a beginning and great ones never have an end. Keyless entry systems have innovated to fit the needs of today’s technology. Who knows what they will look like in 10 years 

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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

GQ43VT5T & GQ43VT7T Programming Instructions


Programming Procedures
NOTE: Dodge Vision vehicles, as well as some Plymouth Voyager and Chrysler New Yorker vehicles, must be programmed by a professional locksmith or dealership.

Programming for 94-95 Chrysler Concorde and LHS; 93-96 Chrysler New Yorker; 93-96 Dodge Intrepid
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Remove the middle vent bezel from the center of the dashboard. Locate the 6 pin traction control connector behind the vent. It will be black in color. Connector should be connected to the vent bezel or the traction control switch, if connected to the traction control switch you must unplug it.
2. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position.
3. Using a jumper wire or a paper clip bent in the shape of a "U" jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure there are metal contacts or pins in cavities 1 and 4. When done properly the doors will automatically lock and then unlock to show that vehicle is in programming mode.
4. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. Locks will cycle again to indicate vehicle recognized remote. If programming a second remote press any button on second remote to be programmed, locks will cycle again to indicate that second remote was recognized.
5. Programming is now complete, turn ignition to OFF position, remove jumper wire, and test remotes to ensure proper programming.


Programming for 96-97 Chrysler Concorde and LHS; 97 Dodge Intrepid
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position. (Turn as far as you can without cranking the engine)
2. Locate the Data Link Connector (DLC). It will be under the dash on the drivers side. Using a suitable jumper wire, jump pin 1 to pin 4. Ensure that there are metal connector ends in the cavities that are referenced in this procedure. Once the jumper wire is installed it needs to remain there throughout this process until instructed to remove.
3. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. If the signal is recognized the vehicle will Lock then Unlock the doors automatically.
4. Repeat step 3 for any additional remotes to be programmed. The doors will again Lock then Unlock automatically after each successful remote programming.
5. Remove jumper wire and remove key from ignition as programming is complete. Test each remote to ensure proper programming.


Programming for 94-95 Chrysler Town & Country; 94-95 Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan; 93-95 Plymouth Voyager and Grand Voyager
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.
1. Open the glove box and lower down by releasing catch tabs.
2. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position. (Just shy of cranking the engine)
3. Find the program connector behind the glove box and jump to ground. This means to take a wire and contact the metal in the connector to a non-painted metal surface that is a suitable ground. When done properly the door locks will Lock and then Unlock automatically. The vehicle is now in programming mode.
4. Press any button on the remote. The doors will again Lock and Unlock automatically when the signal has been received from the remote and programmed successfully. Repeat this step for each remote that needs to be programmed to the vehicle.
5. Remove the jumper wire to ground and the programming procedure is now done. Test each remote to ensure it functions.

Programming for 96-97 Plymouth Voyager and Grand Voyager
NOTE: You must have a working remote to program another remote. Vehicles may use one of two procedures listed below. If you do not currently have a working remote, programming must be completed by a professional locksmith or dealership.

Programming Procedure #1
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Put key in ignition and turn ignition switch to ON position (as far as you can turn key without cranking engine).

2. Press and hold UNLOCK on a currently functioning remote for 4 to 10 seconds.

3. While holding the UNLOCK button during the 4 to 10 second period, press the panic button for one second and release both buttons at the same time. A chime should sound within three seconds to indicate the vehicle has entered programming mode.

4. Press any button on the remote used in step 3. You should hear an audible tone indicating that remote has been re-programmed. This step must be done within 30 seconds of hearing first chime in step 3.

5. Within 30 seconds of completing step 4, press any button on the next remote. Repeat step 5 for all additional remotes including working remotes.

6. Programming is now complete. Turn ignition off and test remotes to ensure proper programming.

Programming Procedure #2
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.

1. Put key in ignition and turn ignition switch to ON position (as far as you can turn key without cranking engine).

2. Press and hold UNLOCK on a currently functioning remote for 4 to 10 seconds.

3. While holding the UNLOCK button during the 4 to 10 second period, press the panic button for one second and release both buttons at the same time. A chime should sound within three seconds to indicate the vehicle has entered programming mode.

4. Press the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously on the same remote used in step 3. then release. You should hear an audible tone indicating that the remote was recognized. Once tone is heard press and release the UNLOCK button on that remote. A chime should sound indicating that the remote has been programmed. This must be done within 30 seconds of step 3.

5. Within 30 seconds of completing step 4, press the LOCK and UNLOCK button on the next remote then release. You should hear an audible tone indicating that the remote was recognized. Once tone is heard press and release the UNLOCK button on that remote. A chime should sound indicating that the remote has been programmed. Repeat step 5 for all additional remotes including working remotes.


6. Programming is now complete. Turn ignition off and test remotes to ensure proper programming.