KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 1998-2005

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 1998-2005

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 1998-2005 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure

 

How to Program Mitsubishi Shogun Sport KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry for the year 1998 and 2005.

 

Key Fob Programming Procedure (Remote)

 

Programming Procedure

Note. If the central locking / alarm system is malfunctioning or a replacement key fob is obtained. The following programming procedure is required to be carried out before the key fob will operate correctly. Maximum of 2 Remotes can be programmed.

 

  • Connect a link wire between Pin 4 and Pin 1 on the J1962 Connector
  • Close all Doors
  • Turn Ignition to ACC position and the back to Off 3 Times with in 10 Seconds
  • Doors Should lock then unlock
  • Press remote control lock or Unlock button once
  • Press remote control lock or Unlock button twice within 10 Seconds
  • Doors Should lock then unlock
  • Repeat for Second Remote

 

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 1998-2005

About Mitsubishi Shogun Sport

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is a mid-size SUV produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors since 1996 that has spanned over three generations. Mitsubishi has formerly used the Mitsubishi Challenger (三菱・チャレンジャー, Mitsubishi Charenjā) name in Japan and some international markets, but since the third-generation model, the Pajero Sport/Montero Sport/Shogun Sport was the name used instead.

Production began in Japan in 1996, and was available for most export markets by 1997, where it was variously known as the Challenger, Pajero Sport in Europe, Montero Sport in North America, South America and the Philippines, Nativa in parts of Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East, Shogun Sport in the United Kingdom, and Strada G-Wagon in Thailand. Based on the Strada pickup truck of the same vintage, sharing many components and some body panels (i.e. front doors), the first-generation Challenger was also built on the second-generation Pajero wheelbase, and served as a smaller model to the larger Pajero.

Like the Pajero, it featured independent front suspension with torsion bars and a live rear axle. In addition to numerous face lifts over the years, there was a major suspension change from rear leaf to coil springs in late 2000. As its popularity increased, local assembly for foreign markets was introduced in China in 2003, and Brazil in 2006. Sales were discontinued in Japan in 2003, in North America in 2004 (excluding Canada) where it was sold alongside the Endeavor, where it was superseded by the Endeavor, and central and western Europe in 2008.nIn Japan, it was sold at a specific retail chain called Car Plaza.

The 3-liter V6 is the most commonly used engine; it produces 175 hp (130 kW; 177 PS) at 5,000 rpm. The North American market received petrol V6 engines during all years of production while a petrol 2.4 liter engine was offered on base models from 1997 through 1999. Markets outside of North America also had a variety of turbodiesel four-cylinder engines (excluding Canada, where four-cylinder engines were also available) to choose between. (Source Wiki)

 

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