A caller asked one of our reps if we have a replacement remote for his 1995 Infiniti G20 car. That remote is a 4-button keyfob with FCC ID A269ZUA073. There is an equivalent Nissan remote that is identical except for … Continue reading
Some new DEI Viper 2-way remote start aftermarket alarm system models use a remote with FCC ID EZSDEI7756. DEI used a similar remote on some alarm systems that carry other brands as well. This transceiver both sends and receives radio-frequency … Continue reading
A reader asked for information on GM part 15051014, so here it is: This is a 3-button key fob remote (see link here). The FCC ID number is MYT3X6898B, and that number does appear on the back of the keyfob. … Continue reading
A reader looking for a remote for his 2004 Toyota Camry searched our website by the FCC ID on the back of his remote – GQ43VT14T. He was surprised when more than one keyfob was displayed. See Toyota remotes with … Continue reading
Acura has tapped joined GM and other car manufacturers in offering remote start as an option on some vehicles. 2014-15 MDX SUVs offer an Advanced or Entertainment Package that includes remote start. This factory keyless entry system uses a bi-directional … Continue reading
Unfortunately, Toyota has discontinued manufacturing and supply of a very widely used remote for dealer-installed and port-installed systems. This 4-button remote has FCC ID ELVATDD and is Remotes Unlimited part 289-1289. See the remote at this link.
A visitor asked about replacing the old remote with FCC ID A269ZUA074 for his 1995 Acura Integra. This vehicle did not have a factory keyless entry system. Instead, Acura dealerships installed a factory-approved system made by Alpine on 1995 Integra … Continue reading
For the 2003 through 2006 model years, Cadillac Escalade SUVs had factory keyless entry systems that used 3-button remotes with lock, unlock and panic buttons. The original keyfobs have FCC ID LHJ011 and any of a slew of GM part … Continue reading