Dodge Jeep Free Programming Instructions MOPA-RKE-T9T-3B

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Based on the Make, Model and Year of your vehicle, you may have different programming instructions.  We recommend double checking your owner's manual to confirm which instructions you need to follow.  

This list is what each vehicle's instructions most commonly are, but sometimes a vehicle may use different instructions than what is listed. 

It can be difficult to get the timing correct while programming this remote.  Read the instructions all the way through before beginning to make sure you fully understand each step and can perform it quickly enough.  If you're having trouble getting the vehicle to enter programming mode, try to vary the timing of the steps.

For the 1999-2002 Dodge Dakota, Durango and Ram:

You require at least one working remote to program this fob by yourself. If you do not have any working remote fobs, you cannot follow these instructions. A local automotive locksmith or dealership will need to program this remote fob for you.

Have ALL remote fobs you wish to have programmed to this vehicle on hand, including all currently working remote fobs.

1. Insert your key and turn the ignition to RUN. (Do not start the vehicle.)

2. Take your currently working remote fob, and for 4 to 10 seconds hold the UNLOCK button.

3. Within that 4 to 10 seconds and while still holding the UNLOCK button, press the PANIC button for 1 second and then release both buttons simultaneously. Your vehicle will chime to indicate it has entered into programming mode about 3 seconds after releasing the buttons.

4. Once you hear the vehicle chime, you have 30 seconds to press any button on ALL remotes you want to have programmed to vehicle - INCLUDING your already working remotes.

(If you do not also press any button on your currently working remotes, they will be ERASED from your vehicle's memory and you will have to start the process over again to reprogram those fobs.

5. Turn your key in the ignition to OFF and remove the key.

6. Test that all remotes are programmed.

 

For the 1994-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee:

For the 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee, you will need to take this remote fob to a local automotive locksmith or dealership. (It does not need to be the dealership from where the vehicle was purchased.  We recommend an automotive locksmith with good reviews, and calling 2-3 to get the best price.  There are no self-programming instructions for this vehicle.