Beginning with model years as early as 2011, Chrysler started using Keyless Go (PEPS) remote key fobs having FCC ID M3N-40821302. These transmitters were used on a wide variety of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles with push-button start, so the remotes have a wide variety of button configurations and logos. You can see all of the different M3N-40821302 keyfobs and select the one you need at the following link:
Chrysler Keyless Go remotes with FCC ID M3N-40821302
As many of you know, Autopage is no longer in business. It has been difficult finding parts to replace Autopage transmitters, especially the popular 2-way LCD remotes that, unfortunately, are easy to break.
Remotes Unlimited now offers a replacement part for the Autopage XT-72LCD and XT-73LCD 2-way remotes. The replacement keyfob is our part number 079-7322. It is a Magnadyne product with a Megatronix system brand. You can see and purchase it at the following link:
079-7322 Replacement for Autopage XT-72LCD and XT-73LCD
Free programming instructions and phone technical support are included with purchase.
The Toyota Prius C smart key transmitter with 3 buttons and FCC ID HYQ14FBA (Toyota OE part number 89904-52290) was recently put on sale for a special price of $139 by Remotes Unlimited. These are brand new original Toyota parts, not aftermarket clones or refurbished used parts. You can see and purchase the replacement remote at the following link:
Remotes Unlimited part 092-6486
The Toyota dealer list price for this part is $197.97, so your savings is 30%. This sale will not last long.
THIS SALE HAS ENDED.
A reader recently asked for help determining the correct keyless entry remote transmitter for his 2001 Sonoma. This is an excellent question because 2001 Sonoma vehicles used two different factory keyless entry systems with visually similar but non-compatible remote transmitters.
For the 1st build (vehicles built through February 2001), factory-installed systems use GM part number 15732803 with FCC ID KOBUT1BT (equivalent to Remotes Unlimited part 517-1517). Replacement key fob for GM part number 15732803 with FCC ID KOBUT1BT
For the 2nd build (vehicles built during or after March 2001), factory systems use GM part 15042968 with FCC ID KOBLEAR1XT (equivalent to our part 514-1514). Replacement key fob for GM part 15042968 with FCC ID KOBLEAR1XT
If you have your original remote, you can look on the back of the transmitter and match the FCC ID or OE part number to determine which Remotes Unlimited part you need. In the event you do not have an original transmitter, you can find the build date of your vehicle on the GM manufacturing sticker or send us your VIN and we can determine the part you need.
The keyless entry system in all 2001 Sonoma vehicles can be programmed by a user to accept a new remote. Remotes Unlimited includes programming instructions and free phone technical support with purchase of a keyfob.
We received an inquiry recently about a replacement remote with FCC ID ELVATDD for a 2005 Toyota Sequoia.
Through 2010 or so, Toyota used port-installed keyless entry systems on many imported vehicles that did not have factory-installed systems. Some of these, including many Sequoia vehicles use a remote transmitter with FCC ID ELVATDD and 3 buttons, including one with the rear window roll-down icon. That remote is no longer made. Toyota does still supply the 2-button version of this remote that only has lock and unlock buttons. Remotes Unlimited stocks that key fob as our part 092-6435. You can see the 3-button original transmitter and purchase the 2-button replacement remote at the following link:
2-button and 3-button Toyota remotes with FCC ID ELVATDD
Remotes Unlimited also carries B-grade (gently used) part inventory of the 2-button ELVATDD remote at a price of $20.00 each. These parts are not available for purchase on our website, but you can call us at 281-820-0300 (or toll-free in the US at 877-719-1900) and choose option 2 to purchase by phone.
Programming instructions and free phone technical support are included with purchase.