We recently were asked about a replacement remote for a 1999 Nissan Pathfinder. This vehicle used two different factory keyless entry systems. The remotes for these systems are not interchangeable. Some Pathfinders used our remote 861-1861 with FCC ID KBRASTU09. The other used our transmitter 525-1525 with FCC ID KOBUTA3T.
If you have an original remote that worked with the vehicle, you can choose the part that matches the FCC ID on your original remote. If not, I suggest you call us and provide your VIN so we can determine which transmitter you need. You can reach tech support by contacting 281-820-0300 and choosing option 3.
Both of these factory keyless entry systems can be programmed by a user to accept a new keyfob. Programming instructions and free phone tech support are included with purchase.
Please note that we have B-grade remotes (previously owned) transmitters available for both of these key fobs at much lower prices than the new parts. They do not show on our website, so you will need to call us if you want to buy a B-grade remote.
The original factory keyless entry remote used on 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 model-year Corvettes is a 4-button remote with FCC ID ABO0216T. However, this part was discontinued by GM years ago. It is Remotes Unlimited part number 129-1129. We sell a newer replacement transmitter from GM for $119.00 that has a different FCC ID but will work for the original key fob. That is our part number 088-6240. The only functional difference is that the newer remote does not have a “PASSIVE” switch on the back.
You can see both parts at the following link:
1998 Chevy Corvette Remote Key Fob
The factory keyless entry system in 1997-2000 Corvettes is user programmable for adding a new remote. Programming instructions and free phone tech support are provided with purchase.
Toyota used two different remotes with FCC ID BAB237131-022 with port-installed or dealer-installed systems in the late 1990s and early in this millennium. These remotes looked similar. One had a black case and the other a dark grey case. The easiest way to tell which of these you have is to compare the color of the buttons with the color of the case. Both remotes have black buttons. So, for the remote with the black case, the buttons and case are the same color. For the remote with the dark grey case, the case is just slightly lighter than the buttons.
Toyota makes replacement remotes for both of these transmitters. They look different from the original remotes, but once again, look very similar to each other. The original remotes and replacement keyfob for each are shown below.
Black-cased Toyota remote with FCC ID BAB237131-022: http://www.remotesunlimited.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=223
Grey-cased Toyota remote with FCC ID BAB237131-022: http://www.remotesunlimited.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=224
Both remotes are user programmable and come with instructions and free phone tech support.
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