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We have an old van (2 button FOB)
Chrysler Grand Voyger LE
Year. 1997
Chassis No: IC4CHB4R3VUI 40415
Engine No: VUI30415

We have a FOB that works and another that needs to be reprogrammed to work. We have followed the directions on

http://www.allpar.com/forums/topic/100265-remote-key-fob-for-grand-voyager-33le-97-plate/

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks
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Welcome to Allpar. You need 2 operating FOBs in order to program a 3rd by following the self-programming procedure described in the link.
Since you only have one FOB that works, you will need to have the 2nd one programmed with a scan tool like a Chrysler DRB III (or equivalent).
Have both FOBs with you during the scan tool programming procedure as both will have to be done together at the same time.
 

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You should be able to program a second remote with only one working on a 1997 van because I could with my old 1999 van.
I am unsure the process in the other thread is valid or necessary. The instructions for programming a second remote with one working remote were in the owner's manual for my 1999 van.
 

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My 2003GC, too, only requires one working key to program up to three more.
 

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My bad too, I meant remote - not key!
 

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Yes, prior to the SKIM keys you only needed a single working remote to program another remote. The newer chip keys (SKIM) are a different animal, requiring 2 to program a new one.
 
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