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Old December 17th, 2015, 10:53 AM
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Having had so many RRC's and never having a remote door lock I am ready to finally get my hands on something that will work.

Can I get an aftermarket key fob that will work on my 95' to unlock the doors or what are my options for getting this accomplished? Remote start wouldn't be bad to have either....

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Old December 17th, 2015, 01:21 PM
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here you go!

the 95 is the same as the Disco

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Old December 17th, 2015, 02:00 PM
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Worth a shot I suppose for $100.

Didn't know if anyone else had experience with aftermarket remotes/remote starts.
If so, keep the leads coming.

Thanks.
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Old December 17th, 2015, 02:56 PM
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Worth a shot I suppose for $100. Didn't know if anyone else had experience with aftermarket remotes/remote starts. If so, keep the leads coming. Thanks.
I have the factory remote, it doesn't work great, but works.
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Problem with buying a replacement fob for one that is mia is knowing the frequency of the previous one.
Has anyone a suggestion as to how to determine ?
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The Freq. is printed on the receiver module behind the left hand facia, left of the steering column and below the A pillar.

while there you can unplug the annoying little chime box too.

Oh wait... that is '94 -'92

your 95 receiver is behind the glove box
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The Freq. is printed on the receiver module behind the left hand facia, left of the steering column and below the A pillar.

while there you can unplug the annoying little chime box too.

Oh wait... that is '94 -'92

your 95 receiver is behind the glove box
Awesome! I'm going to give it a shot then. I haven't been able to find any other way to make it happen as of yet but am determined to figure it out.
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Old December 17th, 2015, 06:26 PM
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On the 95 RRCs you program it. There is a procedure for setting it up and it's best to have a spare hand.
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The Freq. is printed on the receiver module behind the left hand facia, left of the steering column and below the A pillar.

while there you can unplug the annoying little chime box too.

Oh wait... that is '94 -'92

your 95 receiver is behind the glove box
Cheers Cosmo. Next bag of skittles is on me.
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On the 95 RRCs you program it. There is a procedure for setting it up and it's best to have a spare hand.
If there's a procedure for setting it up then is it not as simple as getting the frequency off the box and supplying it to the company who is making these fobs that Nathan recommended? I'm planning on checking the frequency out from the box and seeing if it matches one that this company is pitching that they can make work. But if you think it won't work for some reason, let me know why before I drop the $100.

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On the 95s there is a procedure that connects the remote to your car, I will search for the procedure. I ordered my remote from RN a few years ago, never worried about the frequency.

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http://www.roverparts.com/Instructio...g_AMR3722G.cfm
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If there's a procedure for setting it up then is it not as simple as getting the frequency off the box and supplying it to the company who is making these fobs that Nathan recommended? I'm planning on checking the frequency out from the box and seeing if it matches one that this company is pitching that they can make work. But if you think it won't work for some reason, let me know why before I drop the $100.

Thanks
Snatched from the WEB:

For '94-'95 Discovery 1 with ONE button remote:

Turn ignition key on, then off
Lock, then unlock the doors manually
Open hood, then hold the button for the light down
Turn key on, then off
Press button on the fob: you should hear a 'beep'.
It may not work first time; try it again, and go slowly. Make sure the new fob has a new battery, and that it's installed correctly.

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Remote Programming - Single Button - Tech Tip
Vehicle - 1994 and 1995 Range Rover Classic, 1994 and 1995 Discovery I

Note: Must be carried out in 8 seconds to access learn mode. Best done with two people. You should have both remotes available or second one will not work.
Open hood and have assistant hold hood alarm switch down.
From inside car with all doors closed, ignition off and all lock buttons up
Turn ignition on then off
Cycle drivers door button down then up
Assistant now releases hood switch
Turn ignition on then off
If done correctly, horn will beep once and dash LED will light up. This indicates the learn mode has been accessed. If this doesn’t happen repeat 1 thru 6.
From inside car push and hold first remote. The dash LED should flash 8 cycles a second for one second indicating that the code was received. If this does not happen repeat steps 1 thru 6 again.
Push and hold the second remote if the code is received the dash LED will flash 8 cycles indicating that the code was received. If this does not happen repeat 1 thru 8 again. Note: Turn the ignition on at any time will cancel the learning process. The system can only store two remote codes and must be done at the same time. If you only have one remote program it twice.
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Old December 22nd, 2015, 02:57 PM
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That's the link I posted cosmic... 😀
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To clarify - there are two hood switches on the '95 RRC, make sure you're using the Alarm switch which is almost midpoint of the decker, but closer to the RH side. This is why it's a two-man job...
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Well, I'll keep you posted because I'm going to a remote and see if I can get it programed taking into account all the above advice and recommendations. Hopefully I can sort it out.

Thanks for the info.
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