Most remotes can be self-programmed. If these procedures do not work, you must have your remote programmed by a professional automotive locksmith or dealership.
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle. Entering programming mode erases all remotes, so all remotes must be programmed during this procedure.
1. Open driver's door.
2. Press and hold the UNLOCK switch on the drivers door and continue to hold until instructed to release.
3. Within ten seconds, insert the key in the ignition and remove it five times.
4. Insert the key a sixth time and leave it in the ignition. Vehicle will respond by locking and unlocking the doors indicating the vehicle's in programming mode.
5. Press the LOCK OR UNLOCK button on the remote. Vehicle will respond by locking and unlocking the doors indicating the vehicle has programmed that remote.
6. To program additional remotes: Repeat step 5. within 10 seconds for each remote.
7. RELEASE the UNLOCK button on the drivers door and test all remotes.
1. Turn ignition to ON. (ON is the position just shy of starting the vehicle without cranking engine).
2. Press and hold the valet/disarm button located on the bottom of the dashboard to the left or right below the steering wheel. (You must hold the valet button until instructed to release).
3. The system LED on the upper steering column will flash indicating the vehicle is in programming mode.
4. Press the top button on the remote. The parking lights will flash to confirm successful programming of this remote.
5. Repeat step 4. for all additional remotes to be programmed.
6. Release valet/disarm button to exit programming mode. Test all remotes.
Please note: This system uses a stacking memory for remotes. The most recent remote programmed will bump the oldest remote. You can program up to four remotes. If you need to erase lost or stolen remotes then simply program one remote four times. If you have two remotes you can program one, three times then, program the second once and so on.