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Keyless Entry Not Working
GoNYYankees02 Offline
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#1
I like using the keyless entry on my T/C, but the other day I went to unlock the door and bam, it didn't work. Tried the code several times but it doesn't work. Locks when I press the 7/8 and 9/0 buttons together. Anyone have any ideas?
88 TC- under construction. Street/Strip toy.
93 F250 7.3L- D/D
93 Jeep YJ- Offroad Toy.
06 Sportster 1200
03 FXDWG Anniversary-not stock
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89gted Offline
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#2
You either have a bad keyless pad button or your Keyless Entry Module went bad. Easiest way to test the pad is from where it plugs into the module. The wiring from the keypad is in the brown connector. There are two connectors going into the module, and the top connector is the one to take loose. There are numbers on the connector next to where the wires go into it. Number 12 (brown) is the common, which is where to hook one lead of your multimeter. With someone to hold the buttons in, you should read continuity with pin 3 when the 1/2 button is held. The 3/4 goes to pin 4, and the 5/6 button goes to pin 5. You already know that 7/8 & 9/0 are good, because they lock the door. If they all test out good, your module probably went south. Good luck!
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GoNYYankees02 Offline
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#3
Thank's for the response, but I found that when I pressed the 1/2 button the pad didn't light up so I'm assuming that that button doesn't work. How can I remove the pad from the door to repair/replace it?
88 TC- under construction. Street/Strip toy.
93 F250 7.3L- D/D
93 Jeep YJ- Offroad Toy.
06 Sportster 1200
03 FXDWG Anniversary-not stock
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89gted Offline
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#4
First, you remove the complete door liner. Then you remove the inner window belt and the window. Then you take a long screwdriver with the flat blade, or a similar object, and use it to drive off a clip which holds the keypad to the door. You drive the clip toward the front of the car. Then you can pull out the 1/2 end of the pad and slide the whole thing to the left and out. The keypad wiring runs along the top of the impact collision brace to the front of the door and circles back to a connector on the inside door panel. I don't believe the keypad can be repaired, at least not easily. So locate a replacement before you start working.
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