When trying to find the right replacement remote, knowing the brand & model of system that's installed on your vehicle is generally needed, you cannot just go by how the remote looks. But, if you don't know this information and you have an existing remote to your system, all you have to do is make sure that the "FCC ID" Number on the back of your existing remote matches the new replacement remotes FCC ID number and the amount of buttons on each remote matches. That's it! It will work. All remotes come with programming instructions.
Programming a new remote to your system following the instuctions included with every remote requires that you know where the systems "programming" or "emergency override button" is located, its also known as a "valet" button. This push-button is commonly found under the drivers side dash area, mounted on a bracket or sticking out thru a hole drilled thru a panel.
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