Question about Plymouth Voyager
You need to go to the dealer
Chrysler is one of the ONLY cars that need to be programmed at the dealer
other cars can be done by turning the key off and on 8 times while the holding the transmitter in the vehicle and they self program
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
To program Transmitters: This assumes you have a working 2nd transmitter, If you do not have a programmed transmitter, contact your dealer for details.
1. Turn ignition switch to the ON position and leave vehicle in park.
2. Using a previously programmed transmitter, press the UNLOCK button for 5 to 10 seconds. While the UNLOCK button is being pressed, press the PANIC button and release both buttons simultaneously. You will hear a chime sound to signal you that programming on the new transmitter(s) may occur.
3. You may program up to 4 transmitters for your vehicle within a 30 second timed window. Press and release both lock and unlock buttons of a transmitter at the same time;then press any of the buttons once, you will hear a beep when the transmitter has been successfully programmed. A chime will sound when the 30 seconds is over, or if you turn the ignition switch off.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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