Pic by makeos in his 94
it is the grey connector
taped to all the wires. to right of strg column
and the diagram from my Ford EVTM/Service/... CD Note that is the view from engine compartment thru an invisible firewall
here it is from my 96 Bronco EVTM/Service... CD from Ford:
"the remote entry receiver module erases all previous transmitters from memory when the transmitters are programmed or reprogrammed. The remote entry receiver module can store up to four transmitters in memory.
To program (or reprogram) transmitter(s) into the remote entry receiver module, perform the following steps:
1. Turn key to the ON or ON/ACCESSORY position and momentarily short the two terminals of the program connector
(C4) (a two-pin connector taped to the wire assembly connected to the remote entry receiver module, approximately 6 inches from the remote entry receiver module). All doors should lock then unlock. Remove shorting pin. SO "JUMP PINS" means insert a bent paper clip or solid strand wire in da connector's two "PINS" to short it out
2. Press any button on transmitter. All doors should lock then unlock to verify that the transmitter has been programmed. If door locks do not respond, press button again (up to three times maximum with the same transmitter).
3. Repeat Step 2 to program additional transmitters into the remote entry receiver module (up to four transmitters maximum).
4. Key off. All doors should lock then unlock
Also, you have to program any existing remotes at the same time, as it will clear out all previous programming
And, just FYI;
this ia da Ford Remote Keyless Entry TSB 97-24-13 for 1994-96 BRONCO & all other Ford cars & trucks...says it's @ base of steering column; and the prog conn is in 1/4 panel which is prob for an ******, etc. They omitted our Broncos & E/F series in location description inadvertently.