We received a website inquiry from a customer with a 2010 Mazda3 car. She was looking for a replacement remote with FCC ID WAZX1T768SKE11A03. This FCC ID number is associated with two different remote transmitters used on Mazda 3 vehicles … Continue reading
A reader of yesterday’s blog asked if I had made a typo error on the blog. He said the Toyota remote transmitter, which is integrated with the key to his 2011 4Runner, has an FCC ID of HYQ12BBY, not HYQ12BBX. … Continue reading
A reader who saw the last post on the 3-button keyfob used on Toyota Echo said that she has a Toyota keyless entry remote with the same FCC ID (HYQ12BBX) but with a different button configuration. She is correct. In … Continue reading
Toyota used a 3-button remote with FCC ID HYQ12BBX on factory keyless entry systems for the 2001-2005 Echo and several other vehicles. View this remote keyfob at this link.
Audiovox remote control part number 07S3BP is again available after having been briefly on back order. This 3-button keyfob for Prestige remote start systems has FCC ID ELVATGA and, like most newer Audiovox alarm systems, operates at 434 mHz. Link … Continue reading
A website visitor asked how to determine if his 1998 Civic EX has either a factory keyless entry system or a Honda dealer-installed security system installed. The easiest way to determine this, is to go through the procedure to enter … Continue reading
As with many consumer electronics products, manufacturers of aftermarket car alarm systems — such as DEI (the maker of Automate, Avital, Clifford, Python and Viper systems), Audiovox (Code Alarm, Prestige and Pursuit), Autopage, Omega and so forth — frequently update … Continue reading
A reader of yesterday’s blog wrote to ask about the 2001 Maxima because his remote has FCC ID KBRASTU10 and looks like the keyfob shown in yesterday’s blog, but with an additional button having a trunk icon. The 2001 Nissan … Continue reading