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JimJ
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JimJ Nov 10, 8:29pm - #323173 

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How do I program a keyless entry?

Would any of you know how to program a keyless entry??
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RookieGTS Nov 11, 3:16am - #323174 

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for what kind of alarm? aftermarket? stock?
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10celica10 Nov 11, 3:59am - #323175 
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Who's yo Daddy?
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Gotta get me specs on the type of alarm
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JimJ
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JimJ Nov 11, 1:52pm - #323176 

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well...it's just a factory alarm system
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ExNihilo Nov 11, 6:14pm - #323177 
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Boy, I've always just had the dealer do the stock alarms. Maybe you could find a manual on it?

300,000 KM/Sec. Its not just a good idea, its the law.
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Akita
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Akita Nov 11, 9:35pm - #323178 

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I will get you the instruction sheet tomorrow my man - I did it myself not long ago and it involves a lot of opening and closing the door, pushing pedals and turning the key in the lock. Be sure to do it when nobody is watching or they will think you are quite MAAAAD!!!
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JimJ
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JimJ Nov 11, 10:18pm - #323179 

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Yeah I found a lil page that told you how to do it, but it didn't work. I think maybe you're smarter than they. My love goes out to the one who supplies me the working instructions
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Akita
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Akita Nov 12, 6:13am - #323180 

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I have the Toyota service bulletin detailing how to do it somewhere smile I'll get digging later!
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Superstuddc27 Nov 12, 9:27pm - #323181 
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Uh quick question? I bought my GTS last month and they gave me no remote.. NOTHING. NO valet key nothing. Just one key. LOL go figure.. but anyways, i noticed that there's a red LED on top of my dash (driver's side) like close to the windshield. It doesn't light up but it's there meaning some kind of an alarm or entry type system is installed. Do the STOCK factory keyless remote system have a RED LED that's installed somewhere? Or is it safe to conclude that this is an aftermarket alarm (i don't know which alarm) and i should go to an audio place to find out.. and then just get them to program a remote that matches the system? Thanks
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Superstuddc27 Nov 12, 9:29pm - #323182 
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^ OKAAAYYYY... nevermind. Just found out that that's some light sensor that detects when to turn the headlights on or something.
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BlueGT01 Nov 14, 1:09am - #323183 

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http://www.geocities.com/toyota_speed2003/keyless_entry.html thats the instructions i used to do mine it worked great
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JimJ
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JimJ Nov 15, 1:38pm - #323184 

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ooooooook, thank you all for the help, BUT I've tried this many times and it is not working. I think my door handle is about to come off. Do I need to wait a full 40 seconds or something??
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