Programming Remote Key Fob?

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Programming Remote Key Fob?

Postby dyna1450 » Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:26 pm

Anyone know the proceedure for programming a new key fob. I am thinking of buying one from e-bay: $14.99 vs. almost $80.00 at the dealership!!!

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Re: Programming Remote Key Fob?

Postby Gray » Sun Nov 02, 2008 4:12 pm

dyna1450 wrote:Anyone know the proceedure for programming a new key fob. I am thinking of buying one from e-bay: $14.99 vs. almost $80.00 at the dealership!!!

thanks![/b]
Page BL66 here;

http://www.thenissanpath.com/filelib/R51/Service/BL.pdf

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Postby dyna1450 » Wed Nov 05, 2008 1:42 pm

Hey!

Thanks very much for the info and the link. Most excellent!!

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Programming instructions

Postby cnparts1 » Thu Apr 09, 2009 2:03 pm

I got this from
http://www.courtesyparts.com/

ID CODE ENTRY PRODCEDURE

Step 1) Sit in drivers seat, close and lock all doors.

Step 2) Insert key into and remove it from ignition key cylinder more than six times within 10 seconds.
(Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).

NOTE:
Withdraw key completely from ignition key cylinder each time.
If procedure is performed too fast, system will not enter registration mode.

Step 3) Insert key into ignition key cylinder and turn to ACC position.

Step 4) Push any button on remote controller once. (Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).
At this time, the oldest ID code is erased and the new ID code is entered.

Step 5) Do you want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes?
A maximum of four ID codes may be entered. If more then four ID codes are entered,
the oldest ID code will be erased.
If you do not want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes, go to Step 9).

Step 6) ADDITIONAL ID CODE ENTRY
Lock all doors with LH (driver side) lock/unlock switch
(in main power window and door lock/unlock switch).

Step 7) Push any button twice on remote controller once, (Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).
At this time, the oldest ID code is erased and the new ID code is entered.

Step 8) Do you want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes?
If so, unlock doors then repeat Step 6) and Step 7).

Step 9) When complete, open door, and check operation of remote.

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Re: Programming instructions

Postby TXFinder » Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:10 pm

cnparts1 wrote:I got this from
http://www.courtesyparts.com/

ID CODE ENTRY PRODCEDURE

Step 1) Sit in drivers seat, close and lock all doors.

Step 2) Insert key into and remove it from ignition key cylinder more than six times within 10 seconds.
(Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).

NOTE:
Withdraw key completely from ignition key cylinder each time.
If procedure is performed too fast, system will not enter registration mode.

Step 3) Insert key into ignition key cylinder and turn to ACC position.

Step 4) Push any button on remote controller once. (Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).
At this time, the oldest ID code is erased and the new ID code is entered.

Step 5) Do you want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes?
A maximum of four ID codes may be entered. If more then four ID codes are entered,
the oldest ID code will be erased.
If you do not want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes, go to Step 9).

Step 6) ADDITIONAL ID CODE ENTRY
Lock all doors with LH (driver side) lock/unlock switch
(in main power window and door lock/unlock switch).

Step 7) Push any button twice on remote controller once, (Hazard warning lamps will then flash twice).
At this time, the oldest ID code is erased and the new ID code is entered.

Step 8) Do you want to enter any additional remote controller ID codes?
If so, unlock doors then repeat Step 6) and Step 7).

Step 9) When complete, open door, and check operation of remote.


Anyone had luck with this procedure? I spent about fifteen minutes and couldn't get step 2 to work. My hazards never flashed. I was using an original key from an original keyfob. In and out rapidly many many times. Then slowly many times. Never a flash from the hazards. Suggestions??

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Postby smj999smj » Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:39 pm

Works for me every time. I'm not sure why it's not working for you? It wouldn't work if you have the Nissan Intelligent Key system, but I don't remember if it was available on the 2010 Pathfinder?

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Postby Pagaresav » Mon Aug 26, 2019 10:17 pm

It depends on your year, make, & model vehicle. Some car key fobs are self programmable and others require a professional to program them.

Self programming a key fob can be simple and difficult at the same time. The steps are simple enough, however the timing at which you do the steps can be tricky.

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Postby alfred0809 » Fri Mar 13, 2020 3:25 am

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I matched the FCC ID and bought a two-pack of blanks for $35 on Amazon and found a local mobile auto locksmith to come to me. He charged me $80 and programmed and cut both new keys, and they work perfectly. All-in it cost me $115 for two keys, or 85% less than the dealer quoted.


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