Today, most Toyota vehicles have factory keyless entry systems as standard equipment. The exceptions are some of the economy vehicle configurations and certain fleet vehicles. However, during the 1990s, most Toyota vehicles only offered port-installed or dealer-installed systems. This remained true for Toyota trucks through 2003.
Multiple port-installed and dealer-installed systems were deployed by Toyota and their dealers, so a vehicle from this era could use any of several different remote transmitters. In order to specify the correct replacement remote transmitter for a Toyota vehicle from this era, the best method is to search by the FCC ID number on the back of the keyfob. If you have any difficulty reading the FCC ID on your original remote or have other difficulty finding the right replacement keyfob, we recommend you call Remotes Unlimited toll-free at 877-719-1900.