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    Diagnostic connector pin-out?

    Calling for help, I am trying to find the correct wire on my 97 Voyager's diagnostic connector. I want to connect the RKE pin to ground so I can program an additional key fob.
    Does anyone know exactly which pin I should be grounding? (Another post says it is a GREEN wire on Pin 1, but my pin 1 is empty. There is a Red wire on pin 16)
    Alternatively, where is the Remote Key Entry module located? I've been looking but not finding it behind my glove box.

    Any help gratefully accepted!

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    I see you are in Oz.. where was your van built? RH drive?

    Chopper Reid can help if you get it wrong.. ha!

    haaaaden the (*& up..
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    Still looking for the RKE module/program enable..

    Hi, can ANYONE help me find the Remote Keyless Entry module in my 96 Chrysler Grand Voyager? Yes, it is a Right Hand Drive model.
    The 16-pin Datalink connector is black in colour.
    I need to ground the "Program enable" wire, so that the Key fob can be programmed.
    Apparently this is a green wire that also runs to the Datalink diagnostic connector. But can anyone tell me which pin on the connector it should be? I don't want to destroy anything!

    Please, please help! (you are my only hope!)

    Andrew
    Bowral, NSW Australia
    1997 Chrysler Grand Voyager Ltd 3.3 204,000km

    Previous:
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    Volvo 244 GL 1981
    Holden Commodore VL S/W 1986
    Triumph 2500TC 1974
    Ford Transit 1975 (My first car!)

    Work cars:
    Current: Nissan Dualis 2009
    Previous:Holden Astra 2008, Holden Commodore S/W 2006

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    For a 2000 model, LH drive you have to remove the instrument panel top cover. The box is located by a duct and near the instrument panel.

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    Thanks for your help!

    I will take off the top panel cover & see how I go. Thankyou so much for the advice!
    Any idea which wire is the programming wire? My haynes manual has a circuit diagram for Remote Keyless Entry on 96 & 97 models with a connection that goes to the BCM labelled "RKE Program Sig", and a colour code of "GRY/BLK". There is another wire labelled "RKE Interface" that also goes to the BCM. This one is labelled LT GRN/RED on the diagram. There is a 3rd connection from the RKE labelled "BLK or BLK/LT GRN" which terminates on the "Instrument panel ground block". There is also a 4th wire from the RKE labelled "PNK" which goes to the "Fused B+" connection on the BCM. (This diagram is on page 12-42 of my Haynes manual) I guess my final question is: do I ground the light green/red wire, or do I ground the Grey/Black wire? Or do I simply connect a jumper between both of these (RKE Program Sig and RKE Interface) to do the programming? Once again, I really appreciate your advice and help with this. (Without access to a programming tool I am hoping this "grounding" of the RKE will enable the programming of a spare keyfob I have been able to buy off Ebay.) Last week the keys got locked in the car by mistake - I notice that if you open the hood while the keys are in the ignition, the vehicle anti-theft system seems to automatically lock the car after a period of time! ....so you can understand my passion for programming the RKE unit! An additional set of keys & keyfob seems to be a good idea.
    I am just hoping that some of you good people can advise me on the best way to go about it.
    I am planning to remove the upper dash panel and try to find the RKE box & wires next weekend, and hookup a toggle switch to help me do the programming job.
    Thanks again for the advice. Any more is very welcome!

    Regards
    Andrew
    Bowral, NSW Australia
    1997 Chrysler Grand Voyager Ltd 3.3 204,000km

    Previous:
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    Volvo 244 GL 1981
    Holden Commodore VL S/W 1986
    Triumph 2500TC 1974
    Ford Transit 1975 (My first car!)

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    Current: Nissan Dualis 2009
    Previous:Holden Astra 2008, Holden Commodore S/W 2006

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    The wires you list don't match my 2000 manual. Are you sure this is a valid way to reprogram the module?

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    here is a link to when I had the same problem..

    http://forum.chryslerminivan.net/showthread.php?t=547


    here is another link to the TSB, you probably dont have this type, but maybe?

    http://dodgeram.info/tsb/2002/08-007-02.htm


    If you have EVSII, I think there will not be a green wire... use the first link.. or this one...

    http://forum.chryslerminivan.net/sho...hlight=keyless

    This link for a 97 references a gray / black wire..
    http://forum.chryslerminivan.net/sho...hlight=keyless

    good luck.. when you sort it, post a photo or six..
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    Fixed!

    It all worked as described - connected the switch up to the RKE wires & was able to program another fob. Thanks to all for your help. Any questions welcome.
    Regards,
    Andrew
    Bowral, NSW Australia
    1997 Chrysler Grand Voyager Ltd 3.3 204,000km

    Previous:
    Ford Falcon S/W 1996
    Volvo 244 GL 1981
    Holden Commodore VL S/W 1986
    Triumph 2500TC 1974
    Ford Transit 1975 (My first car!)

    Work cars:
    Current: Nissan Dualis 2009
    Previous:Holden Astra 2008, Holden Commodore S/W 2006

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