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Old 02-21-2005, 05:54 AM
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Default 1993 chrysler new yorker fifth avenue

I bought the 93 fifth avenue from my mother-in-law just before she died. I has 81,000 miles on it and runs great. my problem in the keyless remote system. Both the remote clickers do not work, so I ordered two new ones from the company Keyless Rides, plus the programing. The remotes arrived and the instructions to program them. Only problem it was for the New Yorker and not the fifth avenue. Well, I received the instructions for the Fifth Avenue and am somewhat confused. This is the information I was sent.

Locate the keyless entry program line - a dark green wire with a molded plastic insulator on the end. The program line is located under the left side of the instrument panel. The wire is taped back to the harness (left of the steering column near the floor) and terminated with a black rubber mold. If you are not sure, contact a KeylessRide technician.

2. Connect the program line from the Remote Keyless Entry Module to ground with a suitable jumper wire.

3. Insert the key into the ignition and turn ignition switch to the ON position.

4. Press any button on the transmitter to set code. If there is a second transmitter it has to be set at this time by pressing any button on the second transmitter. The locks will lock and unlock automatically to confirm programming.

5. Disconnect the program line from ground, turn ignition off and remove key.

I have no idea where the remote leyless entry module is. I took off most of the instrument panel looking for a dark green wire, but that is a joke. So I sent another email and received this reply.

apologize but that is all we have at this time, no diagrams are currently available. If you can't locate it, please give us a call. Thanks!

From: RICHARD ANDERSON [mailto:bbboy42@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thu 2/10/2005 10:08 AM
To: Franco Lopez
Subject: RE: New Programming

Do I need to remove the instrument panel and all to do this? There sure
isn't much instructions to do this especially for a novice. Do you have
better instructions ieictures or anything to show where this is at? This
is for a 1993 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue. I called yesterday morning
and this is what you sent me back.

Remember I am paying for this information. Here is the next question and the answer.

What is the Information on the back of the remotes that you have? Do you have a digital camera u can email me pics with? Yes, I will be here Monday and you may ask for me when calling in. Talk to you then. Thanks!

From: RICHARD ANDERSON [mailto:bbboy42@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thu 2/17/2005 10:06 AM
To: Franco Lopez
Subject: RE: New Programming

I have them both. The Theft Alarm on the left side panel left of the
steering wheel has I believe 5 wires attached to the back of it. It has
electrical slots numbered 1 to 8 I think. I am just wondering if this might
be the actual receiver. It is original equipment and has the Chrysler
emblem on the front of it.

I will call Monday. Do you have a direct line or do I just call and maybe
ask for you seeing we have been emailing each other.



>From: "Franco Lopez" <franco@keylessride.com>
>To: "RICHARD ANDERSON" <bbboy42@hotmail.com>
>Subject: RE: New Programming
>Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 18:15:56 -0500
>We will be available on Monday to help you out. The problem may be with the
>receiver if both remotes went bad at the same time. Do you still have any
>of the remotes that are no onger working?
>From: RICHARD ANDERSON [mailto:bbboy42@hotmail.com]
>Sent: Tue 2/15/2005 12:01 PM
>To: Franco Lopez
>Subject: RE: New Programming
>There was an aftermarket system on the car. It had the bayonet plug that
>you kept in, but it has been removed. The theft alarm is on the same panel
>as the rear window electric defogger. It is not an aftermarket. Where
>would the keyless entry receiver be? Will you guys be available on the
>phone next Monday. It is a holiday for the Navy so I will be off?
>I do appreciate the help, but it is frustrating. Seeing that both of our
>old remote entry clickers quit working at about the same time I was
>wondering if it was the receiver that might be bad. If you can tell me
>where it is maybe I can check it out. I can't even find a wiring diagram
>look at it. Do you have one?
> >From: "Franco Lopez" <franco@keylessride.com>
> >To: "RICHARD ANDERSON" <bbboy42@hotmail.com>
> >Subject: RE: New Programming
> >Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 19:38:40 -0500
> >
> >Do you have a factory system or is it aftermarket? Have you found a
> >entry receiver( 4" x 6" box in size typicaly, with an FCC ID and model
> >) anywhere? Where does that Theft alarm square go to? I'm thinking you
> >have an aftermarket system.
> >
> >________________________________
> >
> >From: RICHARD ANDERSON [mailto:bbboy42@hotmail.com]
> >Sent: Mon 2/14/2005 5:35 PM
> >To: Franco Lopez
> >Subject: RE: New Programming
> >
> >
> >
> >I have taken about every panel off to find a green wire. There is only
> >light green and then a green wire and a blue wire connected to a yellow
> >plastic connector under the dash. I tried jumping this one, but no luck.
> >I
> >do have a Theft Alarm square with a connector behind it with about 5
> >attached, but none of them are green. I am still at work becuase I work
> >the
> >same time you do, and by the time I get home at 5:15PM PST everyone is
> >gone.
> > I leave to go to work at usually 0700 in the morning.
> >
> >Any suggestions? This is becoming a pain in the rear.
> >
> >Thanks
> >
> >Richard
> >

Can anyone help me in this matter. I would deeply appreciate it.

Thanks Richard Anderson
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Old 03-02-2005, 04:18 PM
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Default RE: 1993 chrysler new yorker fifth avenue

Oooh, you've posted this all over... okay... wow... these guys you are dealing with seem like schmucks...

The keyfobs that went bad... were they with the car or an aftermarket system?

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Old 03-02-2005, 10:04 PM
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Default RE: 1993 chrysler new yorker fifth avenue

As far as I know they are the originals. These are the ones my mother-in-law gave me. Like I said they all worked fine up to about a month or so ago. One of them stopped and I thought it was the batteries so I got new ones and put them in. Went to the movies one night, and could not unlock the car. Used the key to get in and the alarm went off and we could not stop it. I took the remote apart and moved the batteries around and finally after about 10 minutes got the alarm off. That is when I decided to get the new remotes.
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Old 03-04-2005, 06:44 PM
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Default RE: 1993 chrysler new yorker fifth avenue

Take the old FOBs and the new FOBs and take them to an automotive stereo place... it's a frequency thing. At least call one of those places and see if they can help you out. I really think the old FOB's are probably fine... but as long as one set of them work, right? LOL!

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Default RE: 1993 chrysler new yorker fifth avenue

just to let ya know i have read instuctions like that from chrysler. i cannot find it right now but i wil see what i can do for a pic though cant find anything online s o i will have to find a book at work
the only pics i see are of a square box no help here buddy sorry
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