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rs3000 / keyless entry / program new remote

I just bought a 97 Camry, with a RS3000 security system. I only have 1 valet key and a copy, so I do not have a Master key. I have 1 original remote (which does work, and makes the Security LED come on). I bought a new remote online that is different, but supposed to be able to replace the original. I tried using the directions to the remote by pressing in the green button on the ecu unit. It does not make the Security LED light up at all. I have read many forums about it, and none answer this, if it doesn't light. I am thinking that maybe it won't come on because I don't have a Master key in. Could that be the issue? It never says in any directions anywhere, that it can't be the valet key to program a new remote.
Also, all I wan't to have the remote do is lock and unlock the doors, I could care less about all the other bells and whistles, or should I say horns and chirps. Is there a way to program the original remote to do this? The directions (I do have the original directions) are soooo complicated. And what the hell is a Piezo?????

Can anyone help?
Thanks!!!
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thank you, but the link that you sent is actually the manual, which i have. it does not explain how to program a new remote, IF the LED security light does not come on. which it doesn't.
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No problem, it was worth a shot. Hopefully someone will be able to chime in with the "how" part of it.

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Go to the dealership with yer VIN and they should be able to make you a new master key...about $10.

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$10????? From what I understand it is more like $75 - $100 at the dealer to make a Master key. I wish I live where you live!!!
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Guys, even I have got a 99 Camry with RS3000 system installed. I have two keys, both are pretty worn out and have only 1 remote, which works - nut the housing is broken and I have duck tape all over it.

Is there any way to get a new housing for this remote? I ordered a key blank with remote shell from ebay after confirming with the seller that it works for 99 camry, but it would not fit the remote internals I have.

Please suggest how do I get a remote shell which fits. Now I have the key blank ordered from ebay, let me know if anyone is interested in that.
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Does the manual tell you the maximum number of remotes that the receiver can be programmed to recognize? I think it may only be 2. I think I ran into this problem several years ago, and solved it by clearing the receiver and reprogramming the old and new remotes.
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Does the manual tell you the maximum number of remotes that the receiver can be programmed to recognize? I think it may only be 2. I think I ran into this problem several years ago, and solved it by clearing the receiver and reprogramming the old and new remotes.
Hey I dont want to add additional remote, the one remote which I have is working fine. All I need is a shell for that remote, as its broken - the internals are working good.
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Hey I dont want to add additional remote, the one remote which I have is working fine. All I need is a shell for that remote, as its broken - the internals are working good.
I was responding to the OP, not your hijack/resurrection.
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I was responding to the OP, not your hijack/resurrection.
Chill. I thought of utilizing an old thread rather than starting a new one, but I guess that would be better. Thanks.
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PROGRAMMING:
. FCC ID BAB237131-022)

1. Insert key into ignition, turn it to on(not acc)
2. On your ECU unit, gently push the button with the
tip of a paper clip, pen, etc, for about 3 seconds until the light on
the TOYOTA SECURITY panel lights up. You now have about 30 seconds to
press the button on your new remote once) to tell the car to
recognize it.
3. remove key from ignition
4. step out of car and test your remote

if remote not the same fcc id number it will not work


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Miniature Piezo Alarms
103 dB at 2 feet

http://www.floydbell.com/products/m80.php
location passenger side firewall
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I have a 2000 Avalon XLS. It has the premium JBL system so the ECM is not under the seat. I found something online that said it was underneath the glove box. I took all that out and found it (I think.) I could not find that programming "button" to save my life. I didn't see any buttons on it anywhere.
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One of these links should get the job done. It's a real monkey drill, that's for sure.

You will need the master, not the valet to program a new key. If you have the original manual check for a notation or a tag, maybe around the key section for a 5 digit number something like 13792. With this code you can get a new key cut at a dealer, or they can cut it from the VIN. For some reason they prefer the Key Code to the VIN. I have no clue as to why.

Then you will need to do the gas/brake pedal dance to get it to work.

http://www.ecutool.com/Transponder-K...TA-1_1047.html

http://www.programyourkeys.com/Toyota.html

http://www.ehow.com/how_5054034_prog...-chip-key.html

I think this has the best information:
http://locksmithcharley.com/transponder/toyota.shtml

Good luck.

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