Mitsubishi Sigma 1995-1997 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure

 

 

How to Program Mitsubishi Sigma KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry for the year 1995 and 1997.

 

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 Sigma 1995-1997

 

About Mitsubishi Sigma

Mitsubishi Sigma is a model name that was used by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors between 1976 and 1996. Mitsubishi has utilized the “Sigma” name on several different vehicles based on Mitsubishi Galant and Mitsubishi Diamante sold in various markets during this time.

Between 1976 and 1987 over three generations, the Mitsubishi Galant sedan sold in Japan was suffixed with the “Σ” (sigma) badge.

Between 1980 and 1987 over two generations, the version of the Mitsubishi Galant sedan and station wagon produced and sold in Australia retailed under the Mitsubishi Sigma name. Between 1977 and 1980, prior to Mitsubishi taking over Chrysler Australia’s operations, this model had been referred to as Chrysler Sigma.

The hardtop sedan bodywork of the Mitsubishi Galant (fifth generation) was sold in North America from 1987 for the 1988 model year as the Mitsubishi Galant Σ (sigma), and from 1988 to 1990 for the 1989 and 1990 model years as the Mitsubishi Sigma.

The regular sedan derivative of Mitsubishi Diamante hardtop sedan was sold in Japan as the Mitsubishi Sigma between 1991 and 1996. The sedan and station wagon models sold in Europe under the same Sigma name, and they also formed the basis of the Australian-made Mitsubishi Magna (second generation). (Source Wiki)

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