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Old July 9th, 2012, 02:00 PM
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So, I purchased an original 90's remote off ebay.

I found plenty of info online on how to program a remote for the Bronco. I found the programming connector under the steering column no prob. When I jumped it, it was supposed to cycle the locks, but nothing happened. I tried with the doors closed and opened... still no cyling.

The truck came with an old aftermarket remote and noticed the that the wire to the speaker was cut also. I didn't trace to see if even the grey programming connector was cut or not though...


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Sounds like a nice feature to have. Do you have a specific question?




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When I jumped it, it was supposed to cycle the locks, but nothing happened. I tried with the doors closed and opened... still no cyling.
it was lost in there... my locks didn't cycle...


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pry it open and ad a drop of MMO


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