Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
The good news is you can program a 1999 Toyota Corolla Key Fob yourself. This will help you save money and a trip to the dealer. Follow these instructions:
Most remotes can be self-programmed. If this procedure does not work, you must have your remote programmed by a professional automotive locksmith or dealership.
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.
1. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to ON position.
2. Locate the ECU (Engine Control Unit) and press and hold the ECU PROGRAMMING button for 3 seconds. The ECU will be located under one of the front two seats, the trunk, or under the dashboard on the drivers side. You will need a small pointy object like a pen to depress the ECU button. After pressing the ECU button for three seconds, you will see the STATUS MONITOR LED turn on for 5 seconds. Vehicle is now in programming mode.
3. Press and release the top button on the remote. The STATUS MONITOR LED will turn off. A chirp will be heard as well as one flash of the exterior lights.
4. Turn off the ignition. Programming is now complete, test remotes for proper programming.
Posted on Sep 10, 2018
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Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the remote is generic you will need the factory remote to "clone" the signal to the new remote.
With your oem pontiac remote you may need to visit any GM service center to have the remote set to the cars receiver. There are literally 100,000 different variables GM uses to ensure one remote can't work the wrong car. A typical key programming will run you between $30-$60 depending on how much greed the technician has. Some good technicians will do this job for free simply to make a customer happy so you may wish to call around.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
That depends if the car originally was equipped with the receiver for the keyless system. If so, you can buy the remotes from a dealer for about 99 dollars each. If the car does NOT hve the keyless receiver, the remotes will not work. What I would do is take the car to a dealer, their techs can look to see if the receiver isinstalled under the dash.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
sit in car all doors closed put key in ignition and turn from OFF to ACC 3 times as fast as you can leaving it in ACC on the last cycle then press your remote button. your blinkers should flash to tell you this has worked.... may take you a couple of tries to get it!!
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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