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    Default KE Verada keyless remote

    hi,
    i recently bought a 97 ke verada xi. It didn't come with a keyless remote, i went to the locksmith to buy a new one, only to find there was two different kinds for the KE. I'm not sure whether it's the three button remote or the one button remote. has anyone get any idea which one it would be? I know it has an alarm, as i set it off accidentally the other day.

    thanks.

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    3 button

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    My dads old 96 KE verada was single button
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    An Xi would have to have more features that require more buttons on the remote though

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    Yeah an XI has a different remote to an EI because, of the ETACS system.The remote is a three button one with a red light indicator.

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    thanks heaps for that.

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    Hi mate, I need a new remote too, do you mind telling me how much it cost? I've just been putting it off for ages .
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    Default Remote Programming

    And when you do get a new remote and wonder why the hell following the instructions in the car manual won't get the car into programming mode, follow these instructions:



    The 'data link connector' (or OBD) is under the dash on the drivers side -- more towards the centre console, slide your seat back and have a look with a torch

    Ground pin 1 of the OBD plug as shown in the picture (pin 4 is ground -- so jumper pins 1 & 4)

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    i bought a remote today. got it from the locksmith cost me $90, took it back to the car, and tried to program it with the instructions from both the locksmith and in my manual. both didn't work.
    locksmith came out and he couldn't get it to work either. he gave me my money back, and told me to take it to mitsubishi.

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