changed battery in 2000 dodge neon keyess remote

Asked by Oct 29, 2012 at 12:59 AM about the 2000 Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

do I need to reset anything? It won't unluckthe doors

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You must have one working remote for this process to work •Press the Lock button on the remote 5 times, pressing it every 2 seconds. •Insert the key into the ignition •Turn the key to “run” without starting the engine. Wait for ignition beeps to stop. •Press the “unlock” button on the working remote for 4 to 10 seconds. •In between the 4-10 seconds, simultaneously push the panic button on the remote for 1 second and release both of the buttons. •A beep will sound and indicate programming mode •After the beep, press the “Lock” and “Unlock” button on the working remote, release, then press just the “Unlock” button. •A chime will sound, now repeat the previous step for each remote to program your new remotes. You will hear a beep after each remote is programmed. •Turn the key “off” and remove it from the ignition to exit programming mode.

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