No owner's manual?? Do you know the factory code for the keypad?? If not, look for a large white label on a module under the dashboard slightly above the brake pedal; the five digits on that label are your factory code. I can walk you thru the process to re-program once you have the five digit factory code. Step 1: punch-in the factory code. Step 2: Punch the 1/2 pad within 5 seconds. Step 3: Enter your new five-digit code (each digit within 5 seconds). When the keypad illumination goes off, you're done. That's all there is to it!!! Let me know if that works for you.
Thank you so much. I tried it and it didn't work, but it could be an electrical problem. I also have no inside lights when the car door opens and when I hit unlock at night none of the inside lights come on. Someone installed a cd player and I think they crossed wires some place that has caused some electrical things. I don't know whether to try to repair it without causing a more serious electrical problem, so at this point, I have left it alone. I was able to program the fob to open the doors, but have already locked myself out once with both fobs in the car. (Brilliant, right?) Anyway, I would love to be able to use the luxury of the door combination. I do appreciate your help. Also, maybe I used the wrong number. There are quite a lot of different letter and number sequence on the sticker. Only one was 5 digits in a row, so I used it. I will keep trying. Thanks again. MCJ