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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To program a remote... note that you must not delay more than 10 seconds between any of the operations.
Driver's door open, all other doors closed, key removed from the ignition switch.
Insert key into ignitions switch, then remove it.
Press LOCK then UNLOCK on the vehicle door lock control switch at 1 second intervals 5 times.
close and re-open drivers door.
Press LOCK and UNLOCK on the vehicle door lock control switch at 1 second intervals 5 times
Insert Key into ignition switch.
Switch ignition ON and OFF once to program a remote transmitter code while retaining the original codes or twice to program a remote transmitter code while erasing the original codes. three times to check how many remote transmitters are currently registered, or 5 times to erase all registered codes.
Remove Key from ignition switch.
System should now lock and unlock vehicle. Once, twice or five times depending which mode has been selected. It will lock and unlock one to four times slowly, to indicate the number of remote transmitters registered if you chose option 3.
Press and hold remote transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons at the same time.
Press LOCK remote button for 1 second: System should now lock and unlock vehicle once to confirm, twice to indicate registration has failed.
NOTE: to exit programming mode, close drivers door or insert key in the ignition.
NOTE: a maximum of 4 remote transmitters can be programmed
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
"ABS light came on and Track-off light started blinking"
This happened after I replaced the rear struts (shock absorbers") It turned out to be the left rear wheel sensor ($156.75). I must have damaged it when I replaced the strut. The way to check the 'rear' sensors is to remove the back seat to gain access to each sensor plug (2 prongs). Unplug it and check for continuity. If there is no continuity then you have a bad sensor, or an unlikely break in one of the wires. I checked for a break in each wire but they were fine.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Pull the rear bulbs out an inspect them for dark marks on the glass or abnormalities in the filament.
A bulb that works but is on the verge of failing will trigger the indicator on the dash as well.
Failing that, the lamp failure module is very common to fail, triggering the light as well. You can pry the box lid off and usually see burn marks on the circuit board when this happens.
The lamp failure module is located behind the left rear tire area in the trunk.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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