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I really love this car and plan to drive it until it falls apart........my remote quit working....I changed the batteries last time it happen but that did not help. 1. how do i replace the remote or get another remote that will work my car. Please advise the best way to do this.....my local dealer closed shop some time back and the nearest dealer is in Houston, TX about 2 hours up the road. Thanks

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You will need to get a new remote, first off.

Unfortunately the only foolproof way to do that is through a dealer parts department, giving them your VIN. Failing that, you can try matching up part numbers, if legible, on the back of your existing remote and buying online.

You will also need to have a jumper wire ready and familiarize yourself with the DLC3 connector under your dash..
Once you have a new remote, do the following procedure. Timing is critical, so read it thoroughly as you do not have time to look back at the steps once you start!

Get into vehicle and put key in ignition but do not turn it.

Insert a jumper wire into your DLC connector (under steering column, your 'computer port') between terminals 1 and 4

These are the terminals you need to connect:
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Within ten seconds of connecting the jumper wire, do the following:
1- Turn key to ACCY for one second
2- Turn key to OFF for one second
3- Turn key to ACCY for one second
4- Turn key to OFF for one second
5- Turn key to ACCY for one second
6- Turn key to OFF for one second

The doors will lock and then unlock to confirm program mode.

Press any button on the new remote.
Within 10 seconds, press a button again, TWICE.

The doors will lock/unlock again to confirm registration.
If you have additional remotes, you need to program them now by repeating the last two steps again within one minute.
Each time you enter program mode, all previous codes will be erased so you must program all remotes at once.

To finish, cycle the key, remove it, close all doors.
Your remote is now programmed!

If you need clarification on anything, please ask. If I have been helpful please be sure to rate my assistance!
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