1994 Lincoln Continental keylesspadentryproblem

Tiny
JOHNRFOTO
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  • 1994 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
  • 6 CYL
  • FWD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 165,000 MILES
Can a keypad be reprogramed, and is it terribaly difficult
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Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 AT 1:35 AM

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Tiny
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No need for any programming is just replacing the pad
but if adding remote this is how
REMOTE TRANSMITTER
NOTE:For additional information on remote transmitter programming and trouble shooting, see REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY DIAGNOSTIC SERVICE TIPS bulletin (Ford Bulletin No. 97-24-13) in TSB.

To program (or re-program) transmitter(s) into the remote/keyless entry module, perform the following steps:
Turn ignition switch to ON or ON/ACCESSORY position and momentarily short the two terminals of the Program Connector (J4). The Program connector is a 2-pin connector taped to the wire assembly. It is located to the right of the glove box, behind the far right side of the instrument panel. All doors should lock then unlock. Remove shorting terminal.
Press any button on transmitter. All doors should lock then unlock, to verify that transmitter has been programmed.
NOTE:If door locks do not respond, press button again (up to three times maximum with the same transmitter). If door locks still fail to respond, go to symptom test.

Go to step 2 to program additional transmitters into the control module (up to four transmitter maximum).
Turn ignition OFF. All doors should lock then unlock.
Check operation.
NOTE:The remote/keyless entry module erases all previous transmitters from memory when the transmitters are programmed or re-programmed. The remote/keyless entry module can store up to four transmitters in memory.
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Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 AT 6:21 AM

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