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That method is not relevant for your 2010 model.
and by "program the keys" I am assuming your referring to programming the remotes for the doors?
That being the case 2007 and up year models require at least 1 working remote in order to program additional remotes because the anti-theft system is always armed unless the FOB is used to disarm it prior to programming. Since you replaced the ETACS and none of the FOB's work then you cannot program the remotes yourself, you will need a locksmith or the dealer who has a scan tool with Mitsubishi KOS programming capability.
Thanks, ***** ***** very aware of that process but that's pre-2007 models. It's different for 07+ and you don't use the DLC at all in the programming unless your using a scan tool.
This is the process for any anti-theft equipped 07+ model with the regular key.
1. Press Unlock button on working key remote2. in 4 to 10 seconds time, press lock button on working key remote3. Press unlock button again within 1/2 second of releasing lock button4. Press the lock and unlock button of the non-working remote for 1 or more seconds5. Release buttons at the same time, and push unlock button in 1/2-1 second after releasing.6. Repeat steps 4-5 for next key remote7. Programming mode will end in two minutes of inactivity or starting of engine.
I'd be happy to message Doug for you if you would like, I just can't guarantee whether or not he will respond as I have seen him on lately.
Just let me know, thanks.
I'm sorry, he hasn't been on in 3 months now.
Wish he was available.
I appreciate your concern and I do generally tell customers they are paying for professional advice. Whether or not the outcome determined is what they want to hear, we have to give honest information to remain professional. The experts rating should be based off their knowledge of the problem at hand and what they did to resolve it as best they could over the net.
For what it's worth though, if your unsatisfied with the service you don't have to rate poorly to try and avoid paying. If you want I can send it to customer service as a request for a refund. I wouldn't get credit for my time, but at least we would leave on good terms should you need help in the future.
Just let me know! cheers.
not a problem.