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Anti Theft in 1994 Explorer - immobilizer active - HELP!!

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by JuggaMobile, July 7, 2013.

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    1. JuggaMobile

      JuggaMobile New Member

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      One of our back windows leaks and our anti theft module got wet, trying to find a replacement is proving to be a major pain. It started with the alarm randomly going off and now the truck just will not start - power to everything, but it will not turn over. I've tried looking it up on Google but to no avail. Does anyone know how to manually bypass this without spending a bunch of money? Or even to clear the code from the brain so maybe it will start?
       
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      arco777 Elite Explorer

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      Welcome to the forum!

      Is it the factory anti-theft or an aftermarket or dealer-installed kit? Not too many 94 Explorers had anti theft systems, mainly the Limited trim.

      Attached are electrical schematics for the factory system. You might be able to bypass it with a little work using the diagrams. It's possible you could find replacement modules in a junkyard, though re-programming may be necessary when replacing certain parts.
       

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