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Old 13 Sep 2004, 11:12 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I've just purchased a 97 Carmy XLE (in beautiful condition, but that's
besides the point), but there is only one problem with it, it didn't
come with a remote for the anti-theaft system. Now i have a couple of
quesions, maybe some camry owners will be able to help me.

1. Can you open the trunk using the remote on 97's? (keep in mind,
it's an XLE)
2. I'm looking for a remote now, but i'm not sure which fcc code is
right for my car, is it GQ43VT7T? (if you have a 97 XLE, and you got
the factory installed remote, the code should be on the back of the
remote, please check it).
3. So does anybody know how to reprogram a remote to work with my car?
(please don't be smart and tell me to "go on google, and type in
camry remote reprograming", i've done that already. The only thing
that acuatlly seemed real was some shit about unscrewing switch
control panel and conneting two wires togther. WTF?

Well, thanks anyways.
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Old 16 Sep 2004, 01:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On 13 Sep 2004 21:12:03 -0700, shimon875@icqmail.com (Bogeyman) wrote:

>I've just purchased a 97 Carmy XLE (in beautiful condition, but that's
>besides the point), but there is only one problem with it, it didn't
>come with a remote for the anti-theaft system. Now i have a couple of
>quesions, maybe some camry owners will be able to help me.
>
>1. Can you open the trunk using the remote on 97's? (keep in mind,
>it's an XLE)
>2. I'm looking for a remote now, but i'm not sure which fcc code is
>right for my car, is it GQ43VT7T? (if you have a 97 XLE, and you got
>the factory installed remote, the code should be on the back of the
>remote, please check it).
>3. So does anybody know how to reprogram a remote to work with my car?
> (please don't be smart and tell me to "go on google, and type in
>camry remote reprograming", i've done that already. The only thing
>that acuatlly seemed real was some shit about unscrewing switch
>control panel and conneting two wires togther. WTF?
>
>Well, thanks anyways.

your going to need toi visit the dealer to get that programed.
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Old 17 Sep 2004, 01:00 am   #3 (permalink)
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Bogeyman wrote:
> I've just purchased a 97 Carmy XLE (in beautiful condition, but that's
> besides the point), but there is only one problem with it, it didn't
> come with a remote for the anti-theaft system. Now i have a couple of
> quesions, maybe some camry owners will be able to help me.
>
> 1. Can you open the trunk using the remote on 97's? (keep in mind,
> it's an XLE)
> 2. I'm looking for a remote now, but i'm not sure which fcc code is
> right for my car, is it GQ43VT7T? (if you have a 97 XLE, and you got
> the factory installed remote, the code should be on the back of the
> remote, please check it).
> 3. So does anybody know how to reprogram a remote to work with my car?
> (please don't be smart and tell me to "go on google, and type in
> camry remote reprograming", i've done that already. The only thing
> that acuatlly seemed real was some shit about unscrewing switch
> control panel and conneting two wires togther. WTF?
>
> Well, thanks anyways.


Here you go, this worked for my 97 LE:

http://www.tacomaterritory.com/~faqs...ntent/skey.htm

You'd have to know which FCC ID you needed though. It's a key with the
remote attached to the head.
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