Audiovox 2-way Alarm System Remotes with FCC ID ELVNTRCA

Audiovox has sold alarm systems using two different remote transmitters with FCC ID ELVNTRCA. They are both 2-way “transceivers”. One had an LCD display and used the OE part numbers 5BCR03 and 5BLCTX. The other had an LED display and used the OE part number 5BLETX. The LCD remote was used on some of Audiovox’s best-selling 2-way systems, so it is a very common part. The LED part was used less frequently.

Two-way systems are very useful and have become the standard in aftermarket alarm circles. Receiving feedback from the vehicle is very handy where both remote engine starting and theft protection are concerned. Unfortunately, LCD displays are not very durable. They break often under high impact, such as dropping on concrete.

Audiovox has discontinued production of the original LCD remote with FCC ID ELVNTRCA. Fortunately, there is still a replacement option. Audiovox’s part 5BCR07P, which has a different FCC ID – ELVATRBB, is compatible with systems that originally used the ELVNTRCA LCD remote. For more information, see the link below.

Link to Audiovox remotes with FCC ID ELVNTRCA

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9 Responses to Audiovox 2-way Alarm System Remotes with FCC ID ELVNTRCA

  1. Octavio de los Cobos says:

    We jut bought an 2005 model car with what I believe is one of your devices with the FCC ID of ELVNTRCB, this device is attached to the windshield. Is this an anti theft device of some sort? If so, what’s the procedure to make it work? The device has a part number: 118C1123
    Please advice.

  2. Phil Schabron says:

    I am needing part #118C1123, the 2-way antenna and cable for the audiovox autostart system by have not been able to find it. Are you able to assist in locating this part so I can purchase it?

    Thank you for any help you can off.

    Phil Schabron

    • admin says:

      Normally, we do not sell the antenna or cable for aftermarket alarm systems. We only stock the replacement remote transmitters and the valet switches and sirens needed for programming an aftermarket system to accept a replacement key fob. However, if you let us know which Audiovox remote start system model is installed in your vehicle, we will check our Audiovox sources and see if we can find one for you.

  3. jesse says:

    I bought item elvntrca. And I can not find anything online about how to program the replacement fob. It works I gotnit used from you guys I think. But I can’t find any videos or instructions on how to program this replacement one to the remote already installed in my truck. Please help

    • admin says:

      Remotes Unlimited does not currently sell used remotes. And all of our Audiovox and other aftermarket alarm remotes are packaged with self-programming instructions. If you really think you bought the remote from us, you should call us toll-free at 877-719-1900 and we can look up your order. Remotes Unlimited does sell programming instructions. So, if you want to buy the instructions for programming the ELVNTRCA remote to work with your system, you can call us for that as well. It may be helpful to know the model name and number of your Audiovox system. So please look at the control unit of the system in your vehicle and look for that information before you call. Good luck.

  4. Mauricio Cisneros says:

    I need an antena kit for my alarm part #118C1123

    • admin says:

      Hello Mauricio, unfortunuately we do not carry alarm antennas. We only carry remotes. If we can be of further assistance, please contact us at 1-877-719-1900

  5. Peter Wold says:

    I’m looking for the remote that goes with antenna part no. 118B1128

    • admin says:

      Antennas are not specific to a system. In order to know what remote you need, we would need to know the model number of your system or information from your original remote. You can find the model information by locating the system control module in your vehicle. The model number should be printed or embossed on that device. Most installers place the control module under the dashboard on the driver’s side of the vehicle. It may be secured with twist or zip ties. The module is usually a black box with dimensions of approximately 4″x3″x1″. It has several wires connected to it. Often the easiest way to find it is to follow the wire leading to it from another system component, such as the valet (shut-off) switch or LED indicator light. If you would like help, contact our tech support line at 281-820-0300 (then press 3 for tech support).

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