Question about 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On this model you will have to open glove box and press the tabs on each side so that you can open it all the way open. You will see a 2 wire grey connector behind it.
Turn ignition switch to run postion then take a paper clip or something like that and momentarily short the 2 wires together.
The door locks should then cycle from lock to unlock.Remove the paper clip then press one of the buttons on each remote. When you press the button on the remote door locks should cycle again to confirm that it programed.Then when finished turn off the ignition switch and door locks should unlock to confirm you have exited programming mode.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Same problem on my 2000. Apparently moisture gets into the pad and shorts it out. The constant lock/unlock and lights flashing (also headlights comin on if you have them on automatic) will run the battery down in no time. I solved it temporarily by unplugging the keypad plug behind the door trim. That will still give you the door lock/unlock funtions from your remote. Only fix is to replace the pad.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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