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What is the correct "drive cycle" for a 2005 Toyota 4Runner ?

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Please try this. Toyota - 4Runner . org Forum > Toyota 4Runner Forum > 3rd gen T4Rs > Programming Instructions for keyless entry remote? Pages (2): [1] 2 » Last Thread Next Thread Author Thread rav04 Junior Member Registered: Nov 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 6 Programming Instructions for keyless entry remote? I have a 1999 4runner LTD, can anyone provide me with the instructions to program my keyless entry remote? Thanks __________________ RAV Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 12-31-2004 02:11 AM NoliWan Member Registered: Dec 2004 Location: San Jose, CA Posts: 34 Hey RAV, I got your PM-- Here are the instructions for programming the 99-02 4Runner Keyless Entry factory remotes: 1. Start with the following conditions: you are in the vehicle a. Key is out of the ignition b. Drive door is open ( all other doors are closed) c. Driver door is unlocked (other door locks don't matter) 2. Insert the key into the ignition (don't turn it) and pull it out. 3. 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Repeat steps 6a and 6b--this remote has not been accepted. c. Repeat steps 6a and 6b for EACH transmitter that will operate the vehicle. Including any old transmitters. 7. Close the driver door. Hope this helps you, it did me greatly-- Good luck, NoliWan __________________ 2000 SR5 4Runner 4WD ____________________ TRD 2nd Gen. Supercharger / TRD Headers / TRD Cat Back Exhaust / TRD Trans. Cooler / TRD Performance Wheels / TRD Boost Gauge / URD Fuel Kit Upgrade / URD 2.2" SuperGrip Pulley / Airaid M.I.T. / DeckPlate Mod.w/ TRD air filter / 1" PP lift springs w/ Bilstein shocks / Brembo Slotted/Dimpled rotors w/ TRD brake pads / Carbon Fiber dash trim / 60XT PIAA Ion fog lamps on manik grille guard w/ PIAA super extreme H4 headlight & H3 foglight bulbs. / Optima 34R Red Top... Last edited by NoliWan on 12-31-2004 at 07:26 AM Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 12-31-2004 06:47 AM Serge Junior Member Registered: Jan 2006 Location: Kyiv, Ukraine Posts: 14 Mr. NoliWan, This was amazing Thanks to instructions provided by you I managed to reprogram my new remote in just 10 minutes. Thanks again. Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 01-25-2006 09:16 PM trd_style JDM Style User Registered: Sep 2005 Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Posts: 470 HMM!! This thread should be a sticky!! __________________ 1997 Toyota 4Runner 3.4L V6 Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 01-25-2006 09:34 PM voltageGSR Member Registered: Dec 2004 Location: Detroit, MI Posts: 43 very helpful I got through all the steps multiple times but when I get to 6B - it cycles twice; i close the door, and the remote doesn't work. i thought maybe battery..on teh remote, etc.. seems to be ok. Wondering where I'm going wrong? I have a 2001 t4r; remote FCC ID is: 1512Y looks identical to the one I lost..but is this not the right remote? thanks guys! __________________ 2001 Toyota 4runner SR5 4x4 Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 06-13-2006 12:52 AM uwgrad97 Member Registered: Apr 2006 Location: Seattle, Washington Posts: 60 That's the same remote I have for my '02 Sport. If you're doing the steps correctly, maybe there's something defective with that remote. Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 06-13-2006 02:16 AM voltageGSR Member Registered: Dec 2004 Location: Detroit, MI Posts: 43 i bought it from an ebay member who says it works. plus it seems to respond to the remote; but it cycles twice indicating that it didn't take... any hints? I did the steps several times; I think I am doing it correctly.. __________________ 2001 Toyota 4runner SR5 4x4 Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 06-13-2006 11:13 PM voltageGSR Member Registered: Dec 2004 Location: Detroit, MI Posts: 43 any suggestions? seems like the right remote - just unable to pogram correctly? could it need a new battery? seems to respond to the system - ..so didn't think that could be the issue. __________________ 2001 Toyota 4runner SR5 4x4 Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 06-16-2006 01:05 AM fooldall Junior Member Registered: Jan 2006 Location: Posts: 21 Does this work for a 1997 as well? I just ordered one for my VIP system on my 97 Limited... Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 11-03-2006 02:04 PM pat161 Senior Member Registered: Dec 2004 Location: Central MA Posts: 540 I think the remote you need depends on whether or not you have the alarm. The 1512Y did not work on my 02 Sport w/o an alarm. I needed FCC ID# HYQ12BAN. Hope this helps. Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 11-07-2006 11:48 AM BoulderZJ Junior Member Registered: Jan 2004 Location: Boulder, CO Posts: 12 This is amazing. I thought my remote was dead, turns out it had just lost it's programming from the dead battery. I followed this and had it fixed in 15 seconds. Yet another reason I'm glad I got rid of my Jeep. Thanks for the help NoliWan. __________________ 2000 4Runner Limited Alpine 7998, XM, MB Quart reference series all around, Rockford amps and subs Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 11-11-2006 08:48 PM mryuk81 Junior Member Registered: Nov 2006 Location: Posts: 4 a. Cycle the power locks 5 times. Does this mean lock/unlock 5 times? I am really unsure. Here is some history: Actually, I didnt buy a new remote. Mine stopped working. I have an 02 T4R. Last week I noticed the *chirp* sound wasnt working any more. Over the weekend... the Keyless Remote stopped working totally. So I radio shacked a new battery in the remote... but it still does not work. I tried these reprogramming instructions, but they do not work either. "Within 3 seconds, the power door locks should cycle (automatically)" This doesnt happen. So I am wondering if I am doing the cycle correctly ... Any Advice would be appreciated. Last edited by mryuk81 on 11-20-2006 at 06:20 PM Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 11-20-2006 05:43 PM mryuk81 Junior Member Registered: Nov 2006 Location: Posts: 4 Anyone have ANY ideas ? I have tried this possibly 30 times and it has never worked. Could it possibly be something else wrong ? like a fuse or something? ANY Ideas ? Last edited by mryuk81 on 11-21-2006 at 07:29 PM Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 11-21-2006 07:07 PM swtrader Junior Member Registered: Dec 2006 Location: Posts: 3 Programming w/ an alarm I have an alarm on my car that the dealer add. It turns on when the driver door is locked. I can't do the steps with out setting off the car alarm, specifically the close and open the drivers door step. Has anyone seen this problem and have a work around? Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 12-14-2006 04:52 AM techno WTF Mate? Registered: Oct 2006 Location: Pittsburgh Posts: 828 quote: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a. Cycle the power locks 5 times. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes, this does mean lock then immediately unlock five times. So it will be locked 5 times and unlocked five times. If you were doing this and the vehicle wasnt doing the automatic cycle thing, then there must be a problem with the computer and not the remote. quote: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I can't do the steps with out setting off the car alarm, specifically the close and open the drivers door step. Has anyone seen this problem and have a work around? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- After you do the lock/unlock cycle thing, the doors should all be unlocked, so your alarm shouldnt be going off. Does your alarm always activate when the unlocked doors are closed? __________________ '00 SR5 4x4 ARB Tundra/OME 32" Muddies n'stuff Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged 12-15-2006 05:05 PM Advertisement Sponsored Links Ads by Google Supporting this site Also, check out these sponsored links: More Links: All times are GMT. The time now is 10:42 AM. 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