Chrysler LHS Keyless Entry Remote Fob Smart Key Programming Instructions

Year
Model
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1994
Chrysler LHS
1995
Chrysler LHS
1996
Chrysler LHS
1997
Chrysler LHS
1999
Chrysler LHS
2000
Chrysler LHS


The Chrysler LHS was introduced in 1994, a year after the Concorde on a stretched LH body (the "LHS" name comes from LH-Stretched). The LHS was introduced alongside the latest (and last) car to utilize the New Yorker nameplate. The first generation LHS would go until the end of 1997, and the second generation would be short-lived, running from 1999 to 2001 (there would be no 1998 LHS). For 2002, Chrysler dropped the LHS nameplate from its lineup, with the 2002–2004 Concorde taking on the LHS's front and rear fascia styling, as well as the LHS styled interior on the Concorde Limited.