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Need help on how to program remote for 2003 bmw 745 li

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  • david benavides Jun 21, 2009

    my car does not have keys it has a remote and a button that says start/stop

  • david benavides Jun 21, 2009

    i bought the remote on ebay it is used . when i insert the remote in the slot i get a message saying wrong key. i want to know if it can be programed to start my car and lock & unlock the car

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Initialize keys. Have all keys for the car with in reach. Get in car and close all doors. Put 1 key in the ignition and turn it to the key on engine off position and quickly turn it off and remove the key. With in 5 seconds press and hold the unlock button while pressing the lock button 3 times, after the 3rd press release the unlock button. If successful the door locks will lock then unlock. For the remaining keys you do not need to cycle the ignition just press the buttons as mentioned before.

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    James Jun 21, 2009

    Is your problem the key won't lock/unlock the doors or the key isn't accepted into the holder? Or something else?

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