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1990 Olds 98 Regency Brougham - Programming Keyless Entry
Same car same problem, but I found the plug w/two wires behind the glove box. It is on a brace on the left hand side, has a clip holding it there. Lift up on the clip and it slides off.
I jumpered those two wires, the door locks did not cycle as was in the instructions and remote still doesn't work.
Sounds to me like I'm missing power from somewhere, but where?
Hope you find your wires and they work for you.
on Sep 25, 2015
It could be that your alternator has an internal short or you have a loose connection between the battery and the alternator. It could also be in the ECM if the vehicle is new enough to have that type of voltage regulator.
on Oct 05, 2014
Why am i not recieving sparks from the coilpack?
You need battery power and timing control from the engine. They spark is created is to energize the coil and then remove the voltage, creating a large spark on the secondary side. I don't really know if this is electronic ignition or the old points and distributor system, but I would look to see that power is getting to the primary side of the coil pack.
on Dec 12, 2011
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