1994 Chrysler LHS Programming Automatic Locks

Tiny
6THLHCARN5THACCORD
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  • 1994 CHRYSLER LHS
  • 6 CYL
  • FWD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 204,105 MILES
I am on my 5th LHS/New Yorker and 6th LH car (Vision Tsi). I am NO STRANGER to the issues involved in owning this type of car. But I LOVE 'EM! I also have a 2004 Accord EX V6 Coupe that stays in the garage most of the time as I like driving my Chrysler best! Crazy! Any case, I am wondering how to program the automatic door locks (so they will engage after the car starts moving and hits a certain speed). All of my previous LH cars had this feature programmed. Also, the drivers side door lock (on the top of the door - shows the door is locked/unlocked) sticks. It will not open with the key fob (the other 3 work fine). I can see it move when I fob the others but will not release. I have to unlock with the key AND the fob to disarm the security. WHEWW! This is one of a million questions I have. The locks will have to do for now! Thanks a bunch!
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Sunday, October 25th, 2009 AT 7:04 PM

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Tiny
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If a better car was made, for that price, I have not drove one, but I always drove in 50 dollar junk cars. I always wanted to own a nice Intrepid. Some day, when my ship not only comes in, but I am there and can see, and hear it. The speed sensor is used by the computer to lock the locks at 15-25 mph, it(speed sensor) or the computer may be bad. Usually it is tested with an electronic scan tool.
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Sunday, November 8th, 2009 AT 8:37 PM

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