Monthly Archives: November 2013

Replacement Avital (DEI) Aftermarket Alarm System Remote Key Fob with Part Number A-473L and FCC ID EZSDEI474S

DEI markets aftermarket alarm systems under several different brands, including Avital. One common remote transmitter used with Avital alarm systems is a 4-button remote with FCC ID EZSDEI474S and part number A-474L on the back of the case. Remotes Unlimited … Continue reading

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Replacement Keyless Entry Remotes for 1995-2000 Chrysler Sebring Cars

A reader who saw my last blog post about programming on Chrysler Sebring remotes asked what the correct replacement part is for 1995-2000 Sebring cars. Well, again, nothing is as straightforward as it should be. Chrysler used three different remotes … Continue reading

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Programming of 1995-2000 Chrysler Sebring Keyless Entry System Remotes

Chrysler has always had the attitude of making it difficult for their customers to replace a remote control. They were early in the game of requiring a scan tool for programming (to protect dealers’ service revenue and stick it to … Continue reading

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Keyless Entry Remote for 2003 Nissan Sentra

A blog reader commented on yesterday’s post (see this link) that she has a 2003 Nissan Sentra and it also uses the 4-button keyfob with FCC ID CWTWB1U429 that was referred to in that post. She wondered why I did … Continue reading

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2004-2006 Nissan Sentra Keyless Entry Remote with FCC ID CWTWB1U429

Nissan has been fairly logical about the usage of its keyless entry transmitters. However, there is one situation that confuses our competitors and consumers alike. Nissan used an iconic 4-button keyfob on nearly all Nissan and Infiniti sedans during the … Continue reading

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GM Keyless Entry Remote Part Number 15051014 Used on 2002-2009 GMC Envoy

Many people know that GM’s 3-button keyless entry remote with FCC ID MYT3X6898B was used GMC Envoy SUVs from 2002 through 2009. GM sold a lot of Envoys during this period, so this is a very common key fob. What … Continue reading

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Programming Ford Keyless Entry Remotes

A reader saw yesterday’s blog post about Ford F-series truck keyless entry remotes (link here) said she has a replacement remote for her 2005 F-series pickup but has not been able to get the vehicle to go into programming mode. … Continue reading

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Keyless Entry Remote for 1999-2010 Ford F Series Pickup Trucks

A reader of my last post asked what about F-series Ford pickup trucks. There is no ambiguity for this key fob application. All Ford F-series trucks used the same keyless entry remote for the model years 1999 through 2010. That … Continue reading

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Keyless Entry Remotes on 1999 Ford E-Series Trucks and Vans

We recently received an inquiry from a customer who was confused. On one site he visited, it said 1993-1999 E-series trucks and vans use a keyless entry remote with FCC ID GQ43VT4T and on another it said 1999-2012 E-series trucks … Continue reading

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Replacing Remotes When FCC ID and Button Configuration Are Not Enough – EZSDEI467

Following up on my post yesterday about Avital, Clifford, Python, Viper and other aftermarket alarm systems made by DEI, someone trying to buy a replacement car alarm remote should note that matching the FCC ID number and button count is … Continue reading

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