Key Fob Keyless Entry Remote fits Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda F150 F250 F350 Escape Expedition Explorer Ranger Flex (and more)
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For my Ford Explorer 2000, I got it from a local store. In less than 2 minutes I programmed it and it worked You can find instructions in your manual. My guess is that it will work just
There was a free shipping offer for the one I bought
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I don't know what chip you are mentioning, you just need to program it and you're done.
Since the remotes did not work, I called TKR Quality Keyless Plug for assistance where Heather told me they could not help because I was returning them and will buy them from Ford instead. I used the business card in the box to contact them. I will never buy anything from them again.
It took me about 8 turns of the ignition to lock and unlock my truck automatically without even starting it. Once I was seated in my truck unlocked, I turned the ignition 8 times fairly quickly, and the truck unlocked and locked itself. When you hit the lock button, there will be a chirp and the device will lock, you hit unlock, and good to go. Lock and unlock, as well as the emergency alarm button, are all operated.
My key fob was working for a few moments. The program was reprogramed and the results were the same. A weak battery could have been the cause of my confusion. A new battery was installed and the same results were obtained. The one I purchased cost fifty dollars at an auto parts store. The cost is $1000. My computer worked instantly after the first programming, and it has never stopped. Since I couldn't return the junk one I kept the one that would cost more than I would pay for gas The quality of what you get depends on your budget. For me to be able to write a review, I would have to give one star. Since it worked just as badly as it didn't, it should be given zero stars. This is junk.
The program is easy to use. Make sure the key goes from off to run 8 times (but don't really start the truck). At the beginning of the 8th cycle, it should be in the run position. When the locks cycle, you should hear them. Once the 20 seconds are up, press any button on your key It is time to cycle the locks If you have other keys, even if they're already programmed, make sure to do those as well. That's what I mean. You should hear the lock cycles after pressing the fob button within 20 seconds. If you hear one fob, press another fob within 20 seconds. To turn off a key, turn it off once you've handled all fobs. It is time to cycle the locks All should be well with you now.
In my case, I was able to put the vehicle into programming mode without any problem, but this key fob was unresponsive. Although I still had my original, the slot for the key ring had broken, so I needed to replace it. In order to determine what was wrong with both fobs, I removed them both to see what wasn't The battery and the board both turned out to be bad, much to my surprise. After popping in the "new" battery, I was unable to get my old device to work. I thought it must have been just a bad battery. My old fob had a working battery, but I popped it into the new unit and it was unresponsive. Since I had only paid $6 for the fob, I put the battery and board from my old fob into the new casing, and that was all I It is not worth all the hassle to exchange.
Instead, I turned to YouTube to figure out where I was going When I watched their video programming tutorial, the programmer seemed to cycle the key (on/off) much faster than I actually did. After making 3 failed programming attempts and wanting to see if THAT was the reason for the failure, I made one more attempt (this time I cycle the key more quickly). I was able to program it on my first attempt. It brings me great joy. *As a side Fortunately, my original working (factory) fob is still functional! This is in contrast to what I read online, which suggested it was necessary to program any/all remotes you may have for your vehicle at the same time. For the factory remote, that was simply not the case. It might be more or less limited to "all aftermarket remotes. ".