How to find your FCC ID or part number
How do you find the right keyless remote?
Keyless remote condition
Will this keyless remote work with my vehicle?
Programming your remote
Do the keyless remotes come with a battery?
Can I return a purchased remote?
Do you offer shipping discounts?
Why are there price differences on certain remotes?
What is a Data Link Connector?
Please refer to the diagrams below to locate your particular remotes FCC ID or part number. Procedure will vary depending on your model.
Verify the remote is exactly what you need (FCC ID # & Part #) or verify the remote is compatible w/ your vehicle's RKE system & VIN#.
Check the back of your current remote to match the FCC ID# & Part# with the keyless entry you want to order - your old remote's #'s and the one you want to purchase must match. ...OR...Inquire with a local auto dealer or locksmith as to which FCC ID# or Part# you will need to work with your vehicle's installed RKE system.
Please have your VIN# handy before you call...(Your VIN# can be found on your vehicle registration card or on the lower right-hand corner (driver's side) of your windshield.)
Please note: Even though this keyless remote is compatible with your Make Model & Year vehicle.... ~It will NOT work for ALL vehicles with your Make Model & Year This strictly depends on the RKE (Remote Keyless Entry) system installed in the vehicle.
Please use the information below to understand the condition of our remotes.
Brand new- never used
GOOD / LIKE NEW
Good Condition / Pre-Owned
CUT KEY BLADE
This means the blade has already been cut to one vehicle's ignition and will not work for yours- you will need to take the keyless remote to a local locksmith or dealer in order to have them replace the key blade with a new one and cut it to fit your ignition switch.
UNCUT / NEW KEY BLADE
This means the blade has never been cut to fit a vehicle's ignition switch and you will need to take the keyless remote to a local locksmith or dealer in order to have them cut the key blade to fit your ignition switch.
This means the casing of the remote has a chip (usually about 1" in length) out of the casing's edge. If you click on "More Images" below the large photo on listing page you will be able to view a photo of the chip. The case will still stay securely closed and is sealed regardless of the chip.
SOME FADED WRITING
Some of the writing on the buttons of the remote will be faded.
COMPLETELY FADED WRITING
All of the writing on the buttons of the remote will be faded.
ONE BROKEN KEYRING LOOP
This keyless remote control style normally has two key ring loops; however, this one only has one key ring loop : one is broken off. The existing key ring loop will securely hold your key ring.
SOME FADED WRITING & ONE BROKEN KEYRING LOOP
Some of the writing on this remote's buttons will be faded. This keyless remote control style normally has two key ring loops; however, this one only has one key ring loop : one is broken off. The existing key ring loop will securely hold your key ring.
COMPLETELY FADED WRITING & 1 BROKEN KEYRING LOOP
All of the writing on this remote's buttons will be faded. This keyless remote control style normally has two key ring loops; however, this one only has one key ring loop : one is broken off. The existing key ring loop will securely hold your key ring.
DRIVER'S DOOR ONLY
This is an added safety feature which allows the driver to lock and unlock the vehicle driver-side door without locking and unlocking the remaining vehicle doors.
No. It will not work until programmed to your car. This keyfob needs to be programmed to your vehicle when it arrives. It will not work with your vehicle until it's programmed to your vehicle.
All keyless remotes need to be programmed to the vehicle they are going to be used with in order to work with that vehicle. FREE PROGRAMMING
FREE manufacturer programming requirements
Most remotes have very simple do-it-yourself programming instructions. You do not need to be a mechanic to program the remote to your car - takes 5 minutes! Some make, models, & years require diagnostic programming available at your local dealer or locksmith.
IF...your make, model, & year requires diagnostic programming instructions or if you find the programming instructions to complicated THEN...you will need to have your auto key remote programmed to your vehicle at a local dealer or locksmith.
Dealer's typically charge for one hour of service in order to do this for you. Locksmith's are typically much less expensive.
If you are in the USA please go to: www.autolocksmithfinder.us for a locksmith in your area. If you are outside of the USA please go to: www.global-locksmith.com for a locksmith in your area.
Yes. It will have a working battery installed.
All remotes sold on Keyless Remote Warehouse include working batteries. Installed batteries are not tested for battery life- they are simply working. Some are new and some are used. We sell NEW replacement batteries, so if your remote runs out of juice, buy one of our batteries and revive it. They're inexpensive, so keep a spare to have uninterrupted safety convenience.
If for any reason - the keyless entry you purchase from us does not work for your vehicle you may contact us for an RMA# (Return Merchant Authorization Number) to return it for an exchange or refund within 30 days prior to purchase date. Refunds for return purchase do NOT include S&H and deduct a 20% restock fee. Please note: All of our keyless remote entries are u.v. id'd (inner & outer casings & circuit boards) by Keyless Remote Warehouse prior to shipment; therefore, all returned keyless remote entries will be u.v. id'd to ensure they are the original property of Keyless Remote Warehouse PRIOR to refund. Refund /Replacement will be denied if you purchased an UNLOCKED item or if an item is damaged or altered by the customer.
YES! We do offer a shipping & handling discount: It is the price of the 1st remote's S&H + 1.99 each additional S&H. All items must be shipped together. Please pay for all remotes in your shopping cart at the same time so the discount can be applied. We clearly post all S&H rates so you know the cost of shipping & handling prior to purchase....NO HIDDEN CHARGES!
On many of our keyless remote controls we offer a variety of conditions (good, faded buttons, broken loops) so that you can choose the remote that best suits your needs. Maybe you are looking for a remote to add an extra driver to your existing remote system, replace a lost, stolen, or broken remote keyfob, fix up your old remote or replace the case or insides. Any price differences reflect the CONDITION of the remote that is for sale.
Did you program the keyless remote control to your vehicle?
All remotes sold on Keyless Remote Warehouse include working batteries. Installed batteries are not tested for battery life- they are simply working. Some are new and some are used. We sell NEW replacement batteries, so if your remote runs out of juice, buy one of our batteries and revive it. They're inexpensive, so keep a spare to have uninterrupted safety & convenience.
Did you verify that the remote's FCC ID # & PART # is compatible with your vehicle's installed RKE system?
Check the back of your current remote to match the FCC ID & PART #'s w/ the one you received - they need to match. Inquire with your local dealer as to which FCC ID & PART # you need for the RKE system installed in your vehicle. Even though this keyless remote (FCC ID / PART # ) is compatible w/ your make model year, it does NOT work for ALL vehicles w/ your make model & year. It strictly depends on RKE (remote keyless entry) system installed in the vehicle. You must program remotes within 10 seconds of each other. IF you are programming 2 remotes & 1 is not programming please remember that when programming 2 or more remotes. Entering the programming mode cancels all learned keyless remotes. Previously programmed remotes will not work. You must reprogram all keyless remotes once you're in program mode. You must complete each step within 4 seconds of previous step to keep system from exiting program mode.
Your vehicle will be installed with one of the following keyless entry systems
• Standard Keyless Remote Package: Installed at time of manufacture.
• Optional Keyless Remote Package: Installed by a dealer.
• Aftermarket Keyless Remote Package: Installed by previous owner or a shop.
• No remote keyless entry system at all.
The above information can change which remote you need for your installed remote keyless system.. If you do not have an old remote to compare FCC ID & PART #'s to please contact a local dealer or locksmith with your vehicle's VIN #.
This is a part on your car that is usually located under the driver’s side dash. Under the steering column there will be a box shaped like a rhombus (a rectangular shape that is wider at either the top or bottom). This is the DLC or data link connector. Sometimes it is in the car upside down. The top part should be wider than the bottom. The terminals (or slots) should read top left to bottom right, so terminal 1 would be on the top left. This part is sometimes used by auto parts stores and mechanics to determine why your check engine light is on, but it can also be used to put some cars into programming mode as to program a keyless entry remote (clicker, key fob, or transmitter). When some instructions ask you to jump terminals 4 and 8 (or whichever numbers the directions specify) they mean to put a wire into both terminals at the same time. The easiest way to do this is to make a U shape out of a paperclip and physically stick both one end into slot 4 and the other end into slot 8. Don’t worry, you will not get shocked. There is very little “juice” flowing through this “circuit”. It is about the same as touching an AAA battery
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