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I am trying to locate another remote for my 1993 Camry Ultima

I am trying to locate another remote for my 1993 Camry Vienta Ultima. I currently have a remote built into the head of the key with one lock/unlock button.

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  • techguy1 May 09, 2010

    Hi, Yes I purchased a key fob on ebay which has a single button for lock and unlock. It does seem to want me to locate the receiver in the car and press a button. The car receiver does not have a button to press and has a rom board. It looks like the car programs the remote. My local toyota dealer can get me another remote key for $500 aus (no thanks)

  • techguy1 May 10, 2010

    I need to get hold of an owners manuel for my car.
    I will call some toyota dealers today to see if they have the correct procedure.

  • techguy1 May 10, 2010

    Also my current remote which is built into the key does not have any FCC ID numbers on it. Or do I need to pull it apart and see if there is a number on the circuit board?

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Ebay. call dealer and ask if you can use a key fob as well as an integrated key which you described. For Ford, you can use either or both together.

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  • gerry bissi May 09, 2010

    I am not familiar with Toyota, But I will give you the Ford process as a guideline. The owner manual provides the procedure to reprogram a key fob.



    It tells you to match the part number and FCC code on the bak of the fob with the one you have. Then you follow a sequence of turning the key on and off and opening and closing the door. You get a flash of the dash lights to know you are in porgramming mode. Then you program, and after that, you get a flash of the dash lights to know you are done programming. This is for the keyless entry function, not the proramming of an antitheft key. For that, you need 2 programmed keys in order to program a 3rd key.



    Check your owner manual for instructions.

  • gerry bissi May 12, 2010

    ALso, call a couple of locksmiths in the phone book that say they do cars.

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Best place to look is on ebay. Find a reputabe seller, be sure to match the FCC ID number on the back of your current key to ensure compatability. You can probably get one through a local Toyota dealer but will cost much more.

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