95 Mercury Sable Keyless Remote Programming Connector location?

Hello,
I have a problem regarding a '95 Mercury Sable I just purchased. It is a great little car but cannot find the PROGRAMMING CONNECTOR that is used to get the keyless entry remote to program itself to the
car's system.
All the information I have seen on the internet says to short the Programming Connector located in the '95 Sable's left-rear quarter panel, which should be a 2-pin Programming Connector. I took off all the trunk's insulation carpeting and exposed the electric wiring in the left rear trunk area on the driver's side especially, looking for what might be the elusive Programming Connector.
What I did find were several connectors, a module what looks like it might be a module of some sort connected just under the package tray on the driver's side, but it has no exposed pins to short. In the center area of the front of the trunk area is also a connector with 4 pins, not 2. And further to the right is a connector not connected to anything that has about 20 wires.
I've done a thorough search of anything that might be deemed a Program Connector with 2-pins, but found absolutely nothing that fits that description. Yet that is the information about the '95 Sable that I find on the internet in several places.
I hope someone is experienced enough to be able to give me some help in locating the Program Connector that is referred to in the instructions about programming the remote keyless transmitter for the '95 Sable.
I really like the car by the way, and it is in great shape for being an eleven-year-old car. What I don't really like is climbing inside the trunk and trying to make sure I'm not missing the location of this connector. I'm almost 50-years-old and it is very hard for me to crawl in and out of the trunk. :p Any help would be appreciated! :)
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