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Got a new remote for door locks and need to program it .

So I have a 2003 hyundai Sonata and I just got a second door lock remote from someone on E-bay. I have not tried it yet but would guess I need to sync it / program it to my automobile. I would like to know how to do this . If you could help me out with some basic instructions I would appreciate it very much. Thanks Brad

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There is a "Key Button sequence" Its in the Owners manual.

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