I have a 1994 Ford Bronco XLT. Recently i lost my keyless entry. I purchased a replacement from the local ford company but they did not know how to program it. I was searching online for instructions and found this site. Can anyone help me?
I don't know anything about the keyless entry other than my buddy had the same problem with his Z-71...(how the hell can dealers sell shit they don't know how to work???:shrug ) Anyway I would assume that most Fords work the same, so if your searching with the word Bronco in the search (and I assume you are since you found us) try just searching using Ford and check out some of the other boards...somebody out there in internet land has to know...(thats how my buddy fixed his..)Good luck, and please feel free to browse around there is alot of other info on our site...:beer
From another board. Sorry about stealing from you Steve83.
"From the Ford service CD:
Programming, Electronic Door Lock Control Processor
The remote entry features will not function when the key is in the RUN or ACCESSORY position.
To unlock the driver's door, press the UNLOCK button on the transmitter (which is programmed into the remote entry receiver module) once. This will also disarm the anti-theft system, if equipped.
To unlock all doors, press the UNLOCK button on the transmitter twice. The second depression must be within five seconds of the first UNLOCK depression.
If more than five seconds have elapsed since the first depression of the UNLOCK button, pressing the UNLOCK button again will only unlock the driver's door.
To turn on interior lamps (13776), press either UNLOCK or PANIC.
To lock all doors, press the LOCK button on the transmitter once.
To confirm that doors have locked, press LOCK button again, within five seconds of the first depression. This will beep the horn (13832), flash the parking lamps and lock all doors again.
To activate the personal security alarm, press the red PANIC button. The horn will beep and parking lamps (13201) will flash for a maximum of two minutes, forty-five seconds.
To deactivate the personal security alarm, press the red PANIC button again or turn the ignition switch (11572) ON.
The remote entry receiver module erases all previous transmitters from memory when the transmitters are programmed or reprogrammed. The remote entry receiver module can store up to four transmitters in memory.
To program (or reprogram) transmitter(s) into the remote entry receiver module, perform the following steps:
1. Turn key to the ON or ON/ACCESSORY position and momentarily short the two terminals of the program connector (C4) (a two-pin connector taped to the wire assembly connected to the remote entry receiver module, approximately 6 inches from the remote entry receiver module). All doors should lock then unlock. Remove shorting pin.
2. Press any button on transmitter. All doors should lock then unlock to verify that the transmitter has been programmed. If door locks do not respond, press button again (up to three times maximum with the same transmitter).
3. Repeat Step 2 to program additional transmitters into the remote entry receiver module (up to four transmitters maximum).
"the two terminals of the program connector (C4) (a two-pin connector taped to the wire assembly connected to the remote entry receiver module, approximately 6 inches from the remote entry receiver module)"
Where is this critter located in the truck? I just dont wanna break anything ya know.
Not according to my Ford CDs. RKE was only available on Econolines in '92, so I doubt it was available on Broncos in '91. I'd like to see a scan of whatever book you have, though. And maybe a photo of the remote.
Here's the beginning of the '92 Econoline RKE diagnostics:
I know this is late, but using this and another thread BigBroncoJeff pointed out to me I found that my vehicle has the remote module.
The module is directly above and forward of the gas pedal. The C-4 Connector is a grey slightly oblong connector that is folded back and taped to the harness going into the unit. On my 95 it was right at the edge of the dash and has 2 bare pins in a socket that are about a 1/2 inch apart.