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post #1 of 8 Old May 30th, 2008, 04:25 AM Thread Starter
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Programming replacement Remote Keyless Entry

Hi guys,

Has anyone ever programmed a new replacement remote on a 95 gt? I found info on web that mentions shorting a connector on drivers side in the trunk behind the trim panel then hittng a button on remote after locks cycle, then remove short. ...Is this true? I'm a little hesitant about shorting anything near the trunk / gas tank. Has anyone tried this? Here's the pic of the new remote. The OG one was Falcon...
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post #2 of 8 Old May 31st, 2008, 08:35 AM
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This is the write up i have for it-

The keyless entry unit is in the trunk area on the drivers side. Remove the carpet material and there is a mounting bracket that holds the keyless entry unit (mounted on back) and the anti-theft unit (mounted on front. To program the keyless entry you have to put the key in the ignition and turn it on, but don't start car. In the trunk by the unit you will find a harness that has 2 pins, short those together and the doors will lock then unlock, that tells you that it is in program mode, then you push any button on the remote and the doors will lock and unlock again to let you know the remote was programmed, then you hit a button on any other remotes you are programming and the doors will lock and unlock again. Turn the key off and you are done! It takes only a couple minutes and this will delete any previous remotes and program the new ones. Hope this helps!!
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burnout5.0,

Man I'm really sorry to resurrect a dead horse just to kick it again, but I'm not finding anything that fits the description of a small black box with a 2-wire harness / connector that can be jumped. These are photos of the trunk space behind the driver. I'm assuming this item was supposed to be on the vertical side (inside of the quarter panel.)
This guy on another forum also had trouble finding it but there was no solution posted:
1995 Mustang Keyless Entry re-programming - Ford Mustang Forums
I'm attaching picks of my trunk with a ll the junk removed...can you maybe point out if it's there...I'm not sure if I'm missing it or it's not what I'm expecting it to look like? Or maybe I dont have a stock alarm system? The previous owner was a chick I dont think she messed with og equipment. Thanks a mil!!!
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yeah i don't kno man thats just the write up i found cause i was gonna get a new remote myself but never did. so i never actually looked for it. sorry
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This is actually correct.

1. Look for a white or light grey plastic connector with two metal prongs inside that is NOT plugged into anything. This connector is located in the trunk behind the left-hang side trim panel. It will be taped to the wiring harness that leads to the tail lights but closer to the wheel well.
2. This connector verifies a keyless entry system is installed.

I have a 95, I went to the ford dealership and asked if I had keyless entry and he was like give me your key and I will tell you, he went out and did the try for the 2000+ mustangs, (turn the ignition 8 times) and it didn't do anything, obviously it is a 1995, and told me I didn't.
I just walked outside and did this and it worked, now I'm going to buy a remote.

I can get you pictures if needed.
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HOLY OLD thread Batman!! That was a year and a half ago I sure hope he has got it fixed by now....LOL...But welcome to the site anyways!



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why did you pick a thread that's a year and a half old to make your first post??? lol

Just giving you a hard time man... Welcome to the site!

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Do you still have the old keyless entry? I took the chip out of the original one and put it in my new one to avoid having to pay extra money to have the stealership program it for me, and it worked.
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