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Saturday, October 1, 2016

About FCC IDs ABO0502T, GLQ9Z6-1507 & Part numbers 22100943, 22100944, 22100945, 22110689, 22100951

Factory Keyless Remote
Works on:
1989-1991 Buick Reatta
1989-1993 Buick Riviera
1989-1990 Cadillac Eldorado
1989-1992 Oldsmobile Toronado

When these vehicles were equipped with the factory keyless entry system, they used a remote that looked like this.  The Buick logo (22100943) is shown but there was also a Cadillac (22110689, 22100951) and Oldsmobile logo (22100944, 22100945) remote.  

The three logos are only aesthetic.  The logos don't differentiate anything about their functionality.  You can use any one of them to replace another.  They all would program in to your vehicle the same.  Or put differently, if any will program to your vehicle, they all would.

The remote was discontinued by GM many years ago.  New ones are no longer available.  Sometimes used ones pop up for sale but the only reliable replacement is the clone remote.

Battery for this remote | Cover to protect remote

Relevant Part numbers: ABO0502T, GLQ9Z6-1507, 22100943, 22100944, 22100945, 22110689, 22100951


Update:  Known issue where the receivers in these vehicles no longer enter programming mode.  Not much can be done because if you get an original receiver it is likely to have the same problem.  Note: If you still have a remote that works with the car, have it cloned before it gets lost or stops working.  This will avoid the need to program.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

KeyFob - AB00702T 10269729 10178734 Brand New Clone of Factory Remote - Keyless

KeyFob - AB00702T 10269729 10178734 Brand New Clone of Factory Remote - Keyless

AB00702T Clone Remote Add To Cart
GM has discontinued the original remote and it is no longer available. This clone replacement is still available. Your original remote has an FCC ID of AB00702T. GM originally made this remote with part number 10178734. Later they discontinued that part number and superseded to 10269729.
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AB00702T 10269729 10178734


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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

How to Replace The Case (Shell-Housing) of ABO0204T Keyless Entry Remote Keyfobs

The plastic housing of your factory keyless entry remote may have cracked or fallen apart.  You may not be able to keep the keyfob on your key-chain anymore.  You may not be able to use the transmitter because it does not stay closed.  Your button pad's conductors may be worn out causing intermittent functioning of certain buttons.   The Replacement Case (Shell or Housing, whatever you want to call it) will resolve these problems.

Get one here

First begin by opening your old remote.  Take the circuit board out of it.  Place the circuit board inside the button pad.  Then put the button pad inside the new replacement case.  Remove the battery from your old shell.  The battery contact is the thing most people forget to move and then the remote doesn't work so don't forget to move the battery contact to the new shell before you put the battery in it.  The battery contact should be fixed in it's holder exactly as it was positioned in your old shell.  Close up the new housing around your old internals and you are done.  Remote repaired!

Friday, September 9, 2016

DEI 471T 471C EZSDEI471 Programming Instructions: How to add remotes to your system

DEI 471T 471C EZSDEI471
Systems this remote works on are:

  • Automate 10, 25, Automate model 410, 425, 435, 552, 553, 
  • Hornet 553T, 554T, 851T, 
  • Merlin2000, 
  • Python 400 HF, 450 ESP, 625 HF, 650 ESP, 1000 HF, PC 1000 HF, 1500 HF, 3000 HF, 3000 ESP, 
  • Rattler 259R, 359R, model 100, model 200, model 250, model 300, 
  • Sidewinder 3000 HF, 3000 ESP, 4500 HF, 5000 HF, 5000 ESP, 6000 HF, PC 6000 HF, 6000 ESP, 6500 HF, 6500 ESP, 7000 ESP, PC 7000 SHF, 
  • Valet 450R, 519H, 551R, 552T, 
  • Viper 100HF, 150 ESP, 200, 300 ESP, 300 HF, 300+ HF, 500 ESP, 500 HF, PC 500 HF, 550 HF, 600 HF, PC 600 HF, 800 SHF, 800 ESP
These systems can remember 4 remotes.  To erase lost or stolen remotes, program in enough new remotes to bump out the old ones.  The valet button, hopefully mounted in a position where you can access it from the driver's seat, which is plugged into the blue port of the receiver under your dash, will be used during the programming procedure.

  1. Turn the key to ON.
  2. Press the valet button ONCE, press again and hold it.  Don't let go until instructed.
  3. Press the I button on the remote.
  4. Release the valet button.  
  5. Take out the key. 
Now your I button operates Lock and Unlock.  If that's all your old remote did then you are done.  If not then continue.
  1. Turn the key to ON.
  2. Press the valet button TWICE, press again and hold it.  Don't let go until instructed.
  3. Press the II button on the remote.
  4. Release the valet button.  
  5. Take out the key. 
Now your II button operates Timer Mode.  If that's all your old remote did then you are done.  If not then continue.
  1. Turn the key to ON.
  2. Press the valet button THREE times, press again and hold it.  Don't let go until instructed.
  3. Press both buttons on the remote TOGETHER.
  4. Release the valet button.  
  5. Take out the key. 
Now when you press both buttons together they operate the remote starter.

It is still possible to get replacement remotes to replace your lost or stolen remotes and also replacement cases to repair your remote when the electronics are working but the plastic cracked.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Valet 474T & Python 474P EZSDEI474P How to replace the case-shell-housing





To replace the housing of your keyfob:

  1. Stick a very small flat-head screwdriver into the small opening as shown in the video.  Pry apart until it snaps open.  Then use fingers to open it completely.
  2. Take the circuit board out of your old remote.  Since you are doing this, you might as well replace the battery with a new one.
  3. Put it in the new case making sure the battery is facing the correct direction.
  4. Close the top and bottom shells.

Monday, September 5, 2016

EZSDEI467 EZSDEI490 EZSDEI491 H5LAL777A How to Change Case or Battery




To replace the housing of your keyfob:

  1. Remove the screw.
  2. Pry apart remote until it opens
  3. Take the circuit board and battery out of your old remote.  Since you are doing this, you might as well replace the battery with a new one.
  4. Put it in the new case making sure the battery is facing the correct direction.
  5. Close the top and bottom shells.
  6. Secure remote closed with screw.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

RemotesAndKeys.com Replacement Keyfobs Remotes Transmitters for Cars


Did you lose or ruin your car's remote?  If so, ordering a replacement is as easy as going to www.remotesandkeys.com and choosing the correct replacement.  Experts are ready to assist you in choosing the correct replacement and programming your vehicle.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Protect your KARR 3 Button ELVAT5H Remote Keyfob Transmitter with a Silicone Cover

Silicone Cover ELVAT5H
The remote is easily damaged by falling on the ground, weight from other keys on your key-chain, contact with keys on your key-chain and other objects in your pocket, rain, etc...

Protect it with this silicone cover.  It can be put on easily and it will protect the remote from the those things mentioned above.

View the video where we show how it is put on and take it off.  There are 3 products in the video and this is the first one shown.

The silicone cover basically works similar to a cell phone case in the way it protects.

Order a replacement remote or a silicone cover.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Changing the battery of KARR ELVAT5H Remote


Transmitter Battery Replacement

You will notice a decrease in range as the battery deteriorates.  Transmitter battery replacement is suggested every 12 months, depending how frequently the remote is used.

The remote has a red LED light which can be used to indicate the battery strength.  If the LED does not light up when buttons are pressed, or if it lights up weakly, then the battery should be replaced.

1. Remove the screw.
2. Carefully unsnap the top case from the bottom case.
3. Remove dead battery.
4. Close remote.
5. Screw it closed.

Replacement Battery
Replacement Remote

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Keyless Remote Quiz


Remotes And Keys is an online resource for Locksmiths, Car Dealers, Auto Mechanics, Mobile Electronics Shops, and anyone who needs replacement car remotes and car keys.  B2B discount accounts are easy to setup.  B2C customers benefit from referrals to our B2B partners for cutting and programming if needed for the products ordered.  Anything that is user programmable includes the instructions for free.

Remotes And Keys owns most keyless entry testers on the market.  They use them to make sure their remotes are transmitting proper signals before sending them to the customer.  By doing so, many customer service issues are avoided.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

ELVAT5H Replacement Remote for KARR 2040a

Discontinued, use clone replacement
Original Remote for KARR 2040a
KARR is a popular brand with a very small product line.  This 3 button remote is from their most popular system, the KARR 2040a.

That system is usually found in cars that originated in the West Coast of the US.  Many dealerships, especially Toyota dealers used this system as an up-sell for adding either alarm, keyless entry, or both to the vehicle.  

Most users only use the center Arm/Disarm button.  Some people's cars have been wired to operate trunk or panic or both.

If you lost your remote or if it stopped working, you can order a replacement remote here.  The original KARR ELVAT5H remote has been discontinued but clone replacement remotes with longer warranties are available for less than the originals used to cost.
Better made with longer warranty than original remote
Clone Replacement for ELVAT5H Remote
If you still have your remote and it works but the plastic is cracked or broken then you can use a Leather Remote Tote or a Remote Skin to re-attach the remote to your key-chain and keep your remote pieces together, protected.

If your remote's plastic is cracking but not at the key-ring hole, we recommend the Silicone Protective Cover.

The video below shows how to use each of the accessories mentioned for this remote.


Thursday, March 17, 2016

Finding a replacement remote for KARR 4040a

This is a popular alarm upgrade module often found on vehicles from the west coast.  This is just an add-on system to the keyless entry already present in your vehicle.  It does not have any remotes of it's own.  It simply arms when your keyless entry system locks, and disarms when the system unlocks.  The system in your vehicle the Karr 4040a uses can either be the factory keyless entry system or an aftermarket keyless entry system.

You found this article because you are looking for a remote for this system, right?  The next step is to determine if you should use the factory remote for your vehicle's year and model or some kind of aftermarket remote.

First locate the Factory Keyless Entry Verification Procedure for your vehicle.  If the test result is positive then order your vehicle's factory keyless entry remote.  If your result is negative then look for an aftermarket keyless entry system under your dash.  Use it's brand and model number to locate the proper aftermarket remote.

Here is a link to the manual for KARR 4040a.


Wednesday, March 16, 2016

I don't have a remote right now. How do I choose what to buy?

There are three possibilities:
  • Your vehicle has a factory installed system and needs a factory remote.
  • Your vehicle has an aftermarket system and needs an aftermarket remote.
  • Your vehicle has no system and would need to have a whole system installed to have a remote.
To find out if your vehicle is equipped with factory keyless entry you can call your local dealer parts department with your VIN number and ask if your vehicle is equipped with factory keyless entry.  If you have one of the following vehicles we can run your VIN:  Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Eagle, GMC, Hummer, Jeep, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Pontiac. 
If it turns out that you do have the factory keyless entry system then you can look up your vehicle on our website to find the correct remote for it.
If your vehicle is equipped with an aftermarket system there may be telltale signs.  Two signs would be a valet switch or button mounted on the lower part of your dash or an LED light mounted somewhere on the driver’s side dash.  If you have a remote start system installed there will usually be an antenna mounted on the inside of the windshield. 
If you find that you do have an aftermarket system find the brain of the system under the dash.  The wires from the valet switch and LED light will lead to this box.  Tell us the brand and model name of the system as it appears on the box.  It is usually printed on a sticker on the top of the box.  With the brand and model name we can determine which remote you need.


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

I'm trying to order a remote but the factory remote you show does not look like the remote I used to have.

When you look up the factory remote for the vehicle you have and the remote is different from the remote you used to have then ordering the factory remote will not be the proper course of action.  You need to find the receiver (brain) of the system in your vehicle.  Aftermarket systems are installed under the dash (usually on the driver's side.)  You need to stick your head by the pedals and look up.  Find the receiver.  It is a plastic box approximately 3x5x1 inches.  Write down the Brand and Model Name of the system and contact us by phone or email so we can figure out the appropriate remote.
 
If you have trouble finding the receiver then you can use the valet switch or LED indicator light and trace the wires directly back to the receiver.
 
Example of what a system looks like (receiver, valet switch/button:)

Monday, March 14, 2016

Troubleshooting procedure for when you can't find the valet switch/button.

Below are examples of the button or switch:
 

 
Sometimes when an alarm shop installs an aftermarket system with a valet/bypass switch they don't mount the switch or they don't hook it up completely.  
 
What you need to do is look for the keyless entry receiver (brain).  It is usually located under the dash on the driver or passenger side.  It is a plastic box with wires coming out of it.
 
It will have plugs where the wires go in it.  It may have two to four plugs.  The largest plug will definitely have wires plugged in.  Then there will be smaller ones.  One of the smaller ones will have blue plastic surrounding the plug.  That is where the valet switch plugs in.  
 
If there is something plugged in then follow the wire as this leads to where the switch/button is located.  If there is nothing plugged in then take a metal paper clip and touch it to both metal terminals inside the blue plastic plug.  This will make the system think you are pressing the valet switch/button.
 

Friday, March 11, 2016

[Remote of the Day] Code Alarm CATX510 (FCC ID: ELVATCG)

The FCC ID is ELVATCG and the code alarm part number is CATX510.  
CATX510 replacement transmitter
It works on these Code Alarm systems: CA510 and CA510A.
In order to complete the programming of new remotes, it helps to have a valet switch installed with the system.  If not it is still possible but you'll need to access the receiver under the dash.  Here is an article addressing programming without a valet switch.
If you already ordered a remote elsewhere and it didn't come with instructions you can get them here.
Changing the Remote Control Battery
The 12-volt alkaline battery supplied in your remotetransmitter should last approximately one year, depending onusage. When the battery begins to weaken, you will notice adecrease in range, or the distance from your vehicle thatyour remote transmitter will operate. Follow the instructionsbelow tochange the remote transmitter battery.
1.Insert the edge of a coin into the slot at the side of theremote control. Twist the coin to pry the remote controlhalves apart.
2.Remove the old battery and replace with a new one.Be sure to observe the (+) and (-) signs in the batterycompartment.
3.Carefully snap the case halves back together, then testthe remote control.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

[Remote of the Day] Code Alarm CATX9000 (FCC ID: H5OT36)

CATX9000 1 way transmitter
CATX9000
The FCC ID is H5OT36and the code alarm part number is CATX9000 .  
It works on these Code Alarm systems: SRT9000.
In order to complete the programming of new remotes, it helps to have a valet switch installed with the system.  If not it is still possible but you'll need to access the receiver under the dash.  Here is an article addressing programming without a valet switch.
If you already ordered a remote elsewhere and it didn't come with instructions you can get them here.
Using Valet Mode:
To engage valet mode:
Turn the ignition key to the on position. Press and hold the emergency override button. The blue dashboard mounted LED will light solid indicating that the system is in valet mode.  When valet mode is activated the dash mounted status LED will light solid, and all security functions will be disabled. 

To disengage valet mode:
Turn the ignition key to the on position.  Press and hold the emergency override button. The blue dashboard mounted LED will turn off indicating that the system has exited valet mode.  When the valet mode has been deactivated the dash mounted status LED will turn off and all security functions will be enabled the next time the system is armed. 

Using your Remote Vehicle Starter:
To activate the remote start:
Press and release the Star button on the remote 2 times within 2 seconds.  If your vehicle does not start, the system will pause 3 seconds, then try 2 more times to start the vehicle (a total of 3 attempts). The system will pause 3 seconds between each start attempt. If the vehicle does not start after the 3rd attempt, the system will abort the remote vehicle start process. 

To turn off the remote start:
Press and release the Start button on the remote 2 times within 2 seconds. 
Entering the Vehicle while it is running via Remote Start:
Unlock the vehicle's doors.  Enter the vehicle. Do not press the brake pedal.  Insert the key into the ignition switch and turn to the on position.  Press the brake pedal. The remote vehicle starter will disengage and the vehicle will operate normally. 

Preheating or Precooling the Vehicle's Interior:
Before exiting the vehicle, set the temperature control to the desired setting and operation.  After the system starts the vehicle, the heater or air conditioning will activate and heat or cool the vehicle's interior to your setting.
Using the "Quick-Stop" Feature:
If you want to make a short stop and keep your vehicle running, the quick-stop feature allows you to do this while keeping your vehicle secure and your keys with you.
To engage quick stop:
Stop the vehicle and place the transmission in Park. With your foot off the brake pedal, press and release the Star button on the remote control 2 times within 2 seconds. The parking lights will turn on. Remove the keys from the ignition and exit the vehicle.  Press the Lock button on the remote to lock the doors if desired. Note: Do not leave children or animals unattended in the vehicle when using the quick-stop feature.
Operating the 1 / 2 / 3 Hour Start Up Timer Mode:
The system has the ability to start the vehicle every 1, 2 or 3 hours with a maximum of 6 cycles. The system also has the ability to monitor temperature and only start during 1, 2 or 3 hour times if the temperature falls below a preset mark. The temperature and hours must be selected in options programming, see your installation center for details.
To begin the start up timer mode:
Turn the ignition key on then off and within 15 seconds, scroll to vehicle Menu 5 and select Timer Start.  Or, turn the ignition key on then off and within 15 seconds, press the Trunk then Star buttons.  The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 3 times indicating timer start is active.  The vehicle will start every 1, 2 or 3 hours and run for the preset time and then shutdown. This will continue for 6 cycles or unless the timer start is cancelled. To cancel the start up timer mode, start the vehicle with the ignition key.

Operating the Daily Start Timer:
The system has the ability to start your vehicle based on a preset time entered into the transmitter. Prior to activating this feature it will be necessary to enter the desired start time in the Menu. The daily start timer will only start the vehicle once per activation.
To activate the daily start timer when you have finished using the vehicle for the day:
Turn the ignition on then off. Within 15 seconds, scroll to vehicle menu 5 and select Daily Start.  The parking lights will flash and the siren will chirp 6 times.  To cancel daily start, start the vehicle manually.  
Using the Safety (Red Handled) Control Switch:
The safety control switch allows you to temporarily disable the remote vehicle starter feature.
To disable the remote start:
Move the safety control switch to the off position.  
Remote Start Safety Features:
For safety and security reasons, the system will shutdown or prevent the remote vehicle starter from activating if any of the following occur:
The vehicle's hood is open.
The brake pedal is depressed prior to turning the ignition key to the on position.
The engine reaches 3 times its normal idle speed.
The safety (red handled) control switch is moved to the off position.
Using the Optional Turbo Timer Feature:
Multiple Vehicle Operation:
1-Way Remote Control Transmitter: The 1-way remote transmitter can operate up to 2 vehicles, the additional vehicle must also have this system installed and the transmitter programmed to it.
For 2nd vehicle operation:
Press the button, the LED on the transmitter will turn on for 3.5 seconds.
While the LED is on, press the desired button to control the 2nd vehicle.
Note: For the 1-way transmitter you will need to do step 1 each time you wish to use the transmitter with the 2nd vehicle.
Replacing Remote Control Batteries
1-way 5 Button Remote Control:
The two 3 volt lithium batteries inside the remote control should last approximately 1 year under normal use. When
the battery becomes weak you will notice the remote control range (the distance from the vehicle the remote
control will work) deteriorate and the small LED on the remote control will dim. To replace the remote control
batteries:
1. Using a small (#1) philips screwdriver, remove the screw from the back of the remote control.
2. Gently unsnap the halves of the remote control apart.
3. Slide the batteries out of the circuit board, observing the +/- symbols on the batteries and replace with
new lithium 3 volt batteries.
4. Gently snap the halves of the remote control back together and reinstall the philips screw on the back
of the remote control.
5. Test the operation of the remote control.
If you already ordered a remote elsewhere and it didn't come with instructions you can get them here.
Code Alarm Remote CATX9000 H5OT36

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

All about GM's 2-Way Advanced Remote Start


Pictured above are the three styles of 2-way key fobs (transmitters) available for the 2-Way Advanced Remote Start system. The particular style of transmitter that came with your system was chosen to match your vehicle's features and controls. Not all buttons listed below may be available on your particular transmitter.

BUTTONS:
  • Remote-Start: Used to start the engine (See Remote Vehicle Start).
  • Lock: Press this button to lock all the doors.
  • Unlock: Press this button to unlock the driver s door. If the button is pressed again within three seconds all remaining doors will unlock.
  • Trunk/Lift glass/Power Lift gate: Press and hold this button for about one second to release the trunk lid (if equipped), release the lift glass (if equipped) or to open and close the power lift gate (if equipped).
  • Lift glass: Press and hold this button for about one second to open the lift glass (if
equipped).
  • Power Liftgate: Press and hold this button for about one second to open and close the power liftgate (if equipped).
  • Vehicle Locator / Panic Alarm: Press and hold this button (if equipped) or simultaneously press and hold the Right and Left Side buttons for abouc one second to locate your vehicle. Press and hold this button or simultaneously press and hold the Right and Left Side buttons for more than two seconds to activate the panic alarm. Press this button or simultaneously press the Right and Left Side buttons to turn off the panic alarm.
  • Right Side Button: This button has two tactile bumps on it and is used to turn on the display backlight (press once) or enter the Enhanced Function Menu (press twice). In the Enhanced Function Menu you can access the following features:

Radio Next Function (if equipped) -Allows you to go to the next radio station stored as a favorite or the next track or chapter when a CO/OVD is playing. This feature can be used when tailgating (requires radio to be on).
Vehicle Odometer -Allows you to check the vehicle's odometer reading (accurate within 1 mile).
Audible Feedback/Silent Mode -Allows you to mute the transmitter's audible feedback.
Fuel Gauge -Allows you to check your vehicle's fuel level.
Tire Pressure (if equipped with tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)) allows you to check the tire pressure of all four tires.
You can scroll through the available features/functions by pressing the Right Side button. A box surrounds the active feature. Each button press will move the box to the right, highlighting the next feature.
Left Side Button: This button has three tactile bumps on it and is used to control the above Enhanced Function Menu features. This button can also be used to turn on the display backlighting (press once). If the button is pressed twice within one second, the transmitter will enter 2nd Vehicle Mode (the numeral "2" will be displayed).

The following is a brief definition of the icons available on the 2-Way Advanced Remote Start transmitter display.

  • Transmit/Receive Icon -Appears animated when the transmitter is attempting to communicate with the vehicle.
  • BatteryIcon -Indicates battery life
  • The Vehicle Frame icon showing all door segments filled in confirms that the vehicle received a lock command.
  • The Vehicle Frame icon showing the lower left segment open, confirms that the vehicle received a driver's door unlock command.
  • The Vehicle Frame icon showing all door segments open confirms that the vehicle received an unlock all doors command.
  • Lock Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received d lock command
  • Lock With Security Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received a lock command with the ignition off. The vehicle's content theft-deterrent alarm is arming/ armed.
  • Unlock Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received an unlock command.
  • Remote Start Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received a remote start command.
  • Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received a locator/panic alarm command.
  • Trunk/Power Lift gate Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received a trunk lid release or a power lift gate open/ close command.
  • Lift glass Icon -Confirms that the vehicle received a lift glass release command.
  • 2nd Vehicle Icon -Appears when the transmitter is in 2nd Vehicle Mode.
  • Numeric Display -Shows current time (if equipped), remote start countdown timer, vehicle's odometer reading (accurate within 1 mile) or vehicle's tire pressure readings.

Enhanced Function Menu Icons -Displays all available Enhanced Function Menu fe8tures (Radio, Odometer, Audible Feedback/Silent Mode, Fuel Gage, and Tire Pressure). Box surrounds tile active feature.
  • Fuel Level Icon -Indicates the vehicle's fuel level.
  • Audible Feedback/Silent Mode Icon -Indicates whether audible feedback is on or muted.

The 2-Way transmitter has an operating range of 2-3 times that of the factory transmitter(s) At times you may notice a decrease in operating range. This is normal for any RKE system. If the transmitter does not work, try the following:
  • Check the distance. You may be too far from your vehicle. You may need to stand closer during rainy or snowy weather.
  • Check the location. Other vehicles or objects may be blocking the signal. Take a few steps to the left or right.
  • Check the position of the transmitter. You may need to hold the transmitter higher or at a different angle.
Holding the transmitter with the antenna pointing upward is the optimal position.

This system includes an antenna which has been installed in your vehicle. Depending on your vehicle, this antenna may or may not be visible. The antenna's location in your vehicle is critical to achieving the extended operating range. Relocating the antenna will affect system performance, Adding window tint, body moldings kits, and tool boxes. etc. can negatively affect the operating range if they block the transmitter's signal to the vehicle's antenna.
Due to the vehicle structure, the transmitting range of the 2-Way transmitter may be greater than the transmitting range of the vehicle. The vehicle may perform a requested command, but the transmitter may not receive the response.

Functionality of the 2-way Advanced Remote Start system is simple; it transmits the function you request to the vehicle and then receives confirmation or information from the vehicle to complete your request. The features and controls have been divided into three basic groups -standard, secondary and enhanced. Standard features are Lock, Unlock and Remote Start. Secondary features are Trunk Lid Release, Lift glass Open, Power Lift gate Open/Close and Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm. Enhanced features are those included in the Enhanced Function Menu and 2nd Vehicle Mode.

The display screen will become active when any button on the 2-Way transmitter is pressed. The main display will show the Vehicle Frame icon (with or without door segments depending on last command confirmed), current time (if equipped), Audible Feedback / Silent Mode icon and the icon for the last command confirmed (Lock with Security icon is shown) Depending on the function you are trying to perform, you may also see the Transmit/Receive icon.

RESPONSE NOT RECEIVED:
Although the 2-Way Advanced Remote Start system has enhanced range capabilities, occasionally the vehicle may not receive the command from the transmitter or the transmitter may not receive the response signal from the vehicle. The transmitter has a Response Not Received feature to alert you that the cycle was not completed.
Examples of when a Response Not Received may be experienced:
  • Transmitter is out of range of the Vehicle.
  • Transmitter button was not held down long enough for the requested command. (i.e remote start, panic, etc.)
The vehicle may perform the function, but the transmitter may not receive confirmation. When the command and response cycle is not complete, the display alternates between security lock and car frame. The transmitter will beep four (4) times to alert you of the response not received. These beeps will be audible regardless whether the transmitter is in Audible Feedback or Silent Mode.

LOCK: Press the Lock button to lock all the doors. Once the response is received, the display will show the Lock icon in the center, the Vehicle Frame icon will show all door segments filled-in and the transmitter will beep once.  The transmitter will beep the number of times described here only if Audible Feedback is on, not if it is in Silent Mode.

LOCKWITH SECURITY (if equipped): Press the Lock button with the ignition off to lock all doors and to arm the vehicle's content theft-deterrent alarm system. Once the response is received, the display will show the Lock with Security icon in the center, the Vehicle Frame icon will show all door segments filled-in and the transmitter will beep once.

UNLOCK (driver's door only): Press the Unlock button to unlock the driver's door and disarm the content theft-deterrent alarm system (if equipped). Once the response is received, the display will show the Unlock icon in the center, the Vehicle Frame icon will show the driver's door segment missing; i.e. driver's door unlocked, and the transmitter will beep twice.

UNLOCK (all doors): Press the Unlock button twice within three seconds to unlock all doors and disarm the content theft-deterrent alarm system (if equipped). Once the response is received, the display will show the Unlock icon in the center, the Vehicle Frame will show all door segments missing to represent all doors unlocked and the transmitter will beep twice each time the Unlock button is pushed.

REMOTE VEHICLE START:
Laws in some communities may restrict the use of remote starters For example, some laws may require a person using remote start to have the vehicle in view when doing so. Check local regulations for any requirements on remote starting of vehicles.

TO REMOTE STARTYOUR VEHICLE:
Press and release the lock button and then press and hold the Remote Start button for more than 2 seconds to start the vehicle. Once the response is received, the display will show the Remote Start icon. The transmitter will beep once to confirm the remote start command was received.

Once the vehicle is started, a response is sent to the transmitter, activating a countdown timer.  If the engine doesn't start successfully, or the response is not received, the timer will flash a series of dashes, the Remote Start icon will disappear, and the transmitter will beep three times.

To check if the vehicle started without the response being received, press the lock button when closer to the vehicle. Once the response is received, although the timer will not be displayed, the Remote Start icon will be displayed to show the vehicle is started.
If you start the vehicle with the ignition key before the timer expires, the display will come on, the timer will flash a series of dashes, and the transmitter will beep twice.  If the countdown timer reaches 20 seconds, the display will come on, and the transmitter will beep once.

REMOTE STOP MANUAL SHUT-OFF:
To manu811y shut off a remote start, press the Remote Start button. Once the response is received, the timer will flash a series of dashes, the Remote Start icon will disappear and the transmitter will beep once.

CLOCK FEATURE (if equipped):
The time that the transmitter displays will automatically synchronize within a couple of minutes to the vehicle's clock during normal transmitter operation, however there may be times at which the time on the transmitter and the time in the vehicle will be different (i.e. after transmitter battery replacement and when daylight savings time begins or ends). To manually synchronize the transmitter's clock to your vehicle's clock, turn on the vehicle's ignition, turn on the vehicle's clock, and press a face button on the transmitter.

VEHICLE LOCATOR:
To locate your vehicle, simultaneously press and hold the Right and Left Side buttons or press and hold the Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm button, if equipped, for about one second. Once the response is received, the Vehicle Locator,/Panic Alarm icon will illuminate for three seconds and the transmitter will beep once.

PANICALARM:
To activate the Panic Alarm, simultaneously press and hold the Right and Left Side buttons, or press and hold the Vehicle Locator / Panic Alarm button, if equipped for more than two seconds. Once the response is received, the Vehicle Locator /Panic Alarm icon will flash for thirty seconds and the transmitter will beep twice. To turn the alarm off, simultaneously press the Right and Left side buttons or, press the Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm button, if equipped.

TRUNK (if equipped):
Press and hold the Trunk/Lift glass/Power Lift gate button for about one second to release the trunk lid. Once the response is received the display will show the Trunk/Power Lift gate icon and the transmitter will beep once.

L1FTGLASS (if equipped):
Press and hold the Trunk/Lift glass/Power Lift gate button or the Lift glass button for about one second to release the lift glass. Once the response is received, the display will show the Lift glass icon and the transmitter will beep once.

POWER L1FTGATE (if equipped):
Press and hold the Trunk/Lift glass/Power Lift gate button or the Power Lift gate button for about one second to open/close the power lift gate. Once the response is received, the transmitter will beep once and the Trunk/Power Lift gate icon will appear solid and then outlined. Pressing the button a second time while the lift gate is moving reverses the direction.

ENHANCED FUNCTION MENU:
Press and release the Right Side button twice within one second to enter the Enhanced Function Menu. The transmitter will beep once and send a request to the vehicle to refresh the data. While in the Enhanced Function Menu, you can scroll through the available features/functions (Radio, Odometer, Audible Feedback/ Silent Mode, Fuel Gage, and Tire Pressure, as equipped) by pressing the Right Side button. A box surrounds the active feature. Each button press will move the box to the right highlighting the next feature.

RADIONEXTFUNCTION (if equipped):
While in the Enhanced Function Menu, press the Right Side button until the Radio icon is highlighted. Press the Left Side button to go to the next radio station stored as a favorite or the next track or chapter when a CD/DVDis playing. This feature can be used when
Tailgating (requires radio to be on). There will be no visual confirmation of this command.

VEHICLE ODOMETER:
While in the Enhanced Function Menu, press the Right Side button until the Vehicle Odometer icon is highlighted. The transmitter will then display the vehicle's odometer reading (whole numbers only). This will be accurate within 1 mile if you are within operating range of the vehicle. If outside operating range, Vehicle Odometer will display readings from the last successful response received from the vehicle.

AUDIBLE FEEDBACK/SILENTMODE: While in the Enhanced Function Menu, press the Right Side button until Gill (the Audible Feedback/Silent Mode icon) is highlighted. Press the Left Side button to toggle between Audible Feedback and Silent mode

FUELGAGE: While in the Enhanced Function Menu, press the Right Side button until the Fuel Gage icon is highlighted The transmitter will then display the Fuel Level icon indicating approximately how much fuel you have left If you are within operating range and ignition is off Fuel Level will display the reading from the last time your Ignition was on. If outside operating range, Fuel Level will display reading from the last successful response received from the vehicle. If the fuel tank is low on fuel, and your vehicle's low fuel warning is being displayed, the Fuel Level icon will flash.

TIRE PRESSURE (ifequipped):
While in the Enhanced Function Menu, press the Right Side button until the Tire Pressure icon is highlighted. The transmitter will automatically scroll through the four tires in a clock-wise fashion starting with the left front tire and show tire pressure readings in the lower right hand corner of the display. During the scrolling process the tire pressure readings can also be selected one at a time by pressing the Left Side button one time, the display will stop auto-scrolling and remain on a single tire until the Left Side out1on is pressed again, advancing to the next tire. The readings will be current if you are within operating range of the vehicle. If outside operating range, Tire Pressure will display readings from the last successful response received from the vehicle.
If a tire is flashing slowly anytime the display is on, the pressure in that tire needs to be checked. The tire is either significantly under-inflated or overfilled. More than one tire can be flashing at a time. Have the tire pressures set to those indicated on the Tire Loading Information label as soon as you can. (See your vehicle owner manual for more information.)

2nd VEHICLE MODE:
The transmitter has the ability to operate a second vehicle equipped with a 2-Way Advanced Remote Start System. Press and release the Left Side button twice within one second. 2 (the 2nd Vehicle icon) will display and the transmitter will enter 2nd Vehicle Mode and beep three times. The transmitter will stay in this mode until the Left Side button is pressed and released twice within one second again. If there is no second vehicle matched to the transmitter, the 2nd Vehicle icon will slowly flash and a series of dashes will appear across the bottom of the display. The transmitter is only designed to control one vehicle at a time. If you remote start one vehicle, and then enter 2nd Vehicle Mode, the transmitter will not accurately keep the countdown timer on the first vehicle.

BatteryReplacement
When the transmitter battery needs replacing, the "REPLACE BATTERY IN REMOTEKEY" or "KEYFOBBATTERYLOW" message will be displayed in the vehicle's DIC. Please perform the following steps.  Note: In some instances you may experience a decrease in RKE range, however the transmitter battery may not need replacing, please refer to Explanation of Operating Range.
  1. Pry open the transmitter by inserting a flat object with a thin edge STarting at the notch located near the key ring opening. 
  2. After separating the bottom half from the top half of the transmitter, remove the old battery by prying it upward.
  3. Snap in a new battery with the positive side of the battery facing down. Use a type CR2450 battery.
  4. Snap the front and the back of the transmitter together. Make sure the cover is on tightly, so water will not get in.
  5. Test the operation of the transmitter with the vehicle. If equipped, synchronize the transmitter's clock to the vehicle's clock. See "Clock Feature".

Troubleshooting:
Decreased Range.
Likely Cause Refer to Explanation of Operating Range, Refer toBatteryReplacement
Backlight won't turn on
Refer to Low Battery Mode, make sure battery cover is on tightly
Doesn't receive response from vehicle.
Refer to Response Not Received or Refer to 2nd Vehicle Mode
Transmitter does not "beep".
Refer to Audible Feedback/Silent Mode
Clock feature not present.
May not be available on this vehicle; contact your dealer/retailer for addition information.
Radio Next function not present.
May not be available on this vehicle; contact your dealer/retailer for additional information.
Tire Pressure function not present.
May not be available on this vehicle; contact your dealer/retailer for additional information.
Doesn't control the vehicle
Refer to 2nd Vehicle Mode
Vehicle won't remote start.
See your vehicle's Owner's Manual for conditions that would prevent the remote vehicle start feature from operating.

Application Information using models and RPO codes:
RAK P/N 1000 can be found on the following:
For vehicles with AP8 and automatic transmission but without E61 that were enabled at the factory:
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Regular Cab without C49
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Crew and Extended Cab without A48
            2007+ Avalanche, Equinox
            2007+ GMCAcadia, Sierra Regular Cab without C49, Crew, Extended Cab without A48
            2007+ PontiacTorrent
For vehicles with AP3 and without E61 that were upgraded at the dealership:
            2007+ Cadillac Escalade EXT
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Regular Cab without C49
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Crew and Extended Cab without A48
            2007+ Tahoe Hybrid (HP2), Avalanche, Equinox
            2007+ GMCAcadia, Sierra Regular Cab without C49, Crew, Extended Cab without                   A48,YukonHybrid (HP2)
            2008+ Hummer H2SUT, SUV
            2007+ PontiacTorrent
For pickup trucks with AU0 and automatic that were upgraded at the dealership:
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Regular Cab without C49
            2007+ Chevy Silverado Crew and Extended Cab without A48
2007+ GMC Sierra Regular Cab without C49, Crew and Extended Cab without A48
For vehicles with AP8 that were enabled at the factory:
            2007+ PontiacG6
For vehicles with AP3 that were upgraded at the dealership:
            2007+PontiacG6

RAK P/N 1001 can be found on the following:
For vehicles with AP3 and without E61 and HP2 that were upgraded at the dealership:
            2007+ BuickLucerne, Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, GMCYukon,YukonXL

RAK P/N 1002 can be found on the following:
For vehicles with AP8 and E62 (not Hybrids) that were enabled at the factory:
            2007+ Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, GMCYukon,YukonXL
For vehicles with AP8 and without E61 and HP2 that were enabled at the factory:
            2007+ BuickLucerne, Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, GMCYukon,YukonXL
For vehicles with AP3 and E61 (not Hybrids) that were upgraded at the dealership:
2006+ Buick Enclave
2007+ Caddy Escalade, EscaladeESV, Chevy Suburban, Tahoe, GMCAcadia,Yukon,YukonXL,YukonDenali,YukonDenaliXL

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