1. With the key OUT of the ignition switch, locate and disconnect the Light Failure Sensor connector from the Light Failure Sensor unit. The light failure sensor is located in the trunk near the left hinge (see figure a - it is the smaller of the two boxes in that area - it is brown). The light failure sensor connector is a plastic connector attached to the end of the wire harness going into the Light Sensor Unit.
  2. After disconnecting the connector, use the figure to map out the connector. The view in the figure is looking directly into the cavities of the connector with the thumb tab up. You should see wires going Into the back of cavities 1-3, 4, 7-9, 11 and 12. Positions 5, 6, and 10 aren't used.
  3. Using a suitable jumper wire, connect terminal number 12, PRG (black wire going into the back) to terminal number 11, GND (white/black wire going into the back) of the 12 cavity Light Failure Sensor connector (illustrated). The vehicle confirms programming mode by automatically cycling the power door locks (lock-unlock) once in addition to activating the trunk opener motor to unlock. Leave the wire connected throughout the procedure.
  4. Press and release any button on the first remote. The vehicle confirms registration by cycling the door locks once again.
  5. Repeat step 4 to program a second remote. (The system supports a maximum of two remotes).
  6. Disconnect the jumper wire to exit programming mode.