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Bought my 94 used and did not have a fob for remote entry. Would that have been standard on an Eddie B.
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It has Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) as part of Preferred Equipment Package 684A
EDIT; only a few had it as a delete in certain Poilce/Emerg vehicle special orders.

The remote entry receiver module is located in the LH side of the lower instrument panel (04320) to the right of the steering column, just above the driver's right foot area.

Module pics
Source: by Mikey350 at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/23082/76422


Programming Connector Location pics in a 94; "...gray connector taped to all the wires."
Source: by makeos at http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showpost.php?p=1718425&postcount=22


Programming Procedure & Connector Location in 92-96; miesk5 note; the programming connector location described is incorrect for Bronco; it is the grey connector taped to all the wires. to right of strg column
Source: by AccessoryMan at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/3290/19752




Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Diagnostic Service Tips TSB 03-18-1 for 94-96


Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Service Tips TSB 94-4-3 for 94 Bronco, F Super Duty, F-150-350 Series, 92-94 Econoline,93-94 Explorer & Many Others


More RKE Info LINKS in my site @ http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php?index=124
 

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My 94 EB does not have the RKE module so that is that. On a good note I got my door locks working. It came down to the PNK/G and PNK/Y wires did not have continuity from driver door lock switch to the passenger door lock switch. I pulled the kick panels and passenger side had continuity at the panel to the passenger switch but I could not find the wires on the drivers side to check. I then decided to jumper the wires side to side. Took driver door panel off and pull the door boot for the wires back to see how they ran. Upon pulling them back I noticed 2 wires had been spliced, guess which 2, correct the PNK/G and PNK/Y. They spliced them in the door boot to GN/B and Blu/BLK which ran to the alarm system (I hates alarm systems). The alarm system had quit working or better said was stuck in alarm all the time so the alarm module was unplugged. I had thought of this and connected it before but the door locks would still not work. I found the GR/BLK and BLU/BLK wires and sure enough continuity back to the driver door switch. I then checked for continuity to the other door and found the correct wires and spliced correct wires together and that got my door locks to working. I had to clean the door switch connections and now it works perfect. Thanks again to everyone and for all the info you provide. No way I could have gotten this done with the speedo, window, and rear window stuff without your help. This site is great. thanks.
 
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