KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Ford Mondeo 1993-1996

Ford Mondeo 1993-1996 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure

 

Programming Procedure – Infrared key fobs

Note. If the central locking / alarm system is malfunctioning, key fob batteries have been replaced or a replacement key fob is obtained. The following programming procedure is required to be carried out before the key fob will operate correctly.

 

  • Obtain all keys fitted with remote key fob for vehicle
  • Using any key, switch the ignition to position “I”
  • Wait approximately 10 seconds
  • System Alarm LED should illuminate

Note. System Alarm LED illuminates for approximately 5 seconds

  • Whilst system Alarm LED is illuminated:
    o Switch the ignition “OFF” and remove the key
  • Programming mode activated for approximately 20 seconds (System alarm LED remains illuminated):
  • Point the key fob at the infrared receiver
    • Fiesta and Puma: located near interior lamp
  • Mondeo: located in front door handles
    • Press and hold the “Unlock” button on the key fob

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Ford Mondeo 1993-1996

    • After approximately 1 second, the LED on the key fob will flash once
    • Press and release the “Lock” button on the key fob between 3 to 5 times, whilst still holding in the “Lock” button on the key fob
    • Release the “Unlock” button on the key fob
    • Continue to point the key fob at the infrared receiver until both the system
    • Alarm LED and key fob LED have flashed 5 times
  • Repeat above procedure to re-program any remaining key fobs.
  • To exit programming mode: Switch ignition “ON” and “OFF” and wait approximately 20 seconds.
  • Confirm operation of key fobs by locking and unlocking vehicle using key fob buttons.

Note. A maximum of 4 key fobs can be programmed to the vehicle.

 

 

About Ford Mondeo

The Ford Mondeo is a large family car manufactured by Ford since 1993. The first Ford declared a “world car”, the Mondeo was intended to consolidate several Ford model lines worldwide (the European Ford Sierra, the Ford Telstar in Asia and Australia, and the Ford Tempo/Mercury Topaz of North America). The Mondeo nameplate is derived from Latin mundus, meaning “world”.

For its first two generations, the Ford Mondeo was produced using the Ford CDW27 platform, with the third generation shifting to the EUCD platform. The fourth (current) generation uses the Ford CD4 platform (the first car to do so).

Due to declining sales and a growing trend towards SUV-Crossovers over sedans, Ford plans to discontinue the Mondeo in March 2022 with no direct successor. (Source Wiki)

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