Question about 1998 Toyota Celica
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Contact your dealer and get instructions for reprogramming your remotes. When a security system loses power for an extended amount of time the programming for the remotes are lost.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
1-insert and remove key from ignition two times
2-close and open driver door two times
3-insert and remove key once from ign.
4-close and open drvr door twice
5-insert key into ign.,then close driver door
6-turn key to on (not start) then off, twice this is rewrite mode,have all remotes to reprogram it will clear any lost remotes.
7-remove key from ignition,the door locks should cycle twice.if not start over.it may take a few tries.
8-press lock/unlock together and hold for a second
9-release,and press lock on remote,the door locks will cycle confirming program.continue to do other remotes you have,steps 8 and 9.if only one in possession,you are done. To end mode open door or insert key into ignition.
You'll need to follow the steps with no more than a 1-2 second delay between each step.. hope it works
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Put key in ignition. Hold down one of the key buttons and hold it down while you turn the ignition on. Door locks should pop up and down. Then release button and remove key.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the feedback. . is this programing done using the new key first or do i need to use my old key to start the Programming process thanks"
Do yourself a favor and return it to where you got it; get your money back. I have installed several of these for my customers and they all failed withing 3 months. Nothing but trouble, and, their customer support is very poor.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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