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07 outlander auto door lock program

I have a 2007 outlander ls without the nav system in canada i want to program the door lock and unlock option for my truck i know that it can be done at the dealer so they say but they dont seen to know how as no one has asked or is willing to pay the 140$ plus for a few key strokes do you have the line code as a buddy of mine is a mitsu mech but has never done it but has heard of it and cant find the option on the computer

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is yours the renault keycard to start and open doors?if it is a know these cards can go faulty.they were bad on renault laguna.the switch breaks off the board inside card.can be soldered back on.think you can get replacement switch kit on ebay with instructions how to fix.need someone who can solder with some eletronics knowhow.if not not sure sorry

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You don't have wires,you have COP-Coil-On-Plug system.
If you have the codes,you could change the coils yourself.Their $59.00 at the auto parts store.

There is a misconception about tune-ups.
You only have spark plugs,and air filter,that would need replacing,that effect engine performance (Tune-Up)
Also, you can Clean the MAF Sensor,in the ducting,between the air filter and throttle body,with CRC MAF Cleaner. You could spray the inlet to the throttle
body,but I wouldn't bother.
I consider plugs& filters ,general preventative maintainance,nothing really tunes the engine,but it's own processors.

If you remove the coil cover, on top of the valve cover,you access the coils.Have to remove the coils to get to the plugs. The plugs aren't your issue,unless they have been in the engine for years or the valve cover O"Rings are leaking oil onto the plugs. Three coils seems questionable.

Get me the codes!

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I too had this problem. I finally found out that my problem was the result of the metal contacts that touch the circuit board when you push the buttons had worn out. To correct my problem, I purchased a small pad that slides right inside the remote and fixes all the buttons. Since then, my remote has worked problem free for the past 3 months. The company that makes the pads is KEYLESSFIX. The following link will take you to the actual website:

http://www.keylessfix.com/keylessfixcom/

Please remember to rate my solution. Thanks!

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