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Old 07 May 2004, 09:17 am
BillM
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Default Remote Programming - '03 3.2 TL


Hi, all.

I have a friend who has a 2003 3.2 TL.
She had her purse stolen recently, which had her remote and her keys in it.
She had an extra key, but no extra remote.
She's kinda bummed about how expensive the new remote is, and she doesn't
think she can afford it since she just went back to school.
I was going to get her one on Ebay, but I don't know how to program it.
Does anyone here know how? Ideally I would like to be able to delete the
remote that was stolen, since the person who stole her purse also has her
address.

Thanks,
BillM


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Old 07 May 2004, 07:56 pm
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Default Re: Remote Programming - '03 3.2 TL

If it is like the remote for my NSX, it had to be ordered from the factory
using the vehicle ID number. There was no programming to be done. I just
picked it up from the dealer. I think it was programmed from the factory
supplier (Kenwood?).

I am not sure whether used remotes can be changed. Did you check with the
dealer top make sure that another remote could be changed to work with a
different car?

- Russ

"BillM" <bmacfarlane@nospam.qwest.net> wrote in message
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> Hi, all.
>
> I have a friend who has a 2003 3.2 TL.
> She had her purse stolen recently, which had her remote and her keys in

it.
> She had an extra key, but no extra remote.
> She's kinda bummed about how expensive the new remote is, and she doesn't
> think she can afford it since she just went back to school.
> I was going to get her one on Ebay, but I don't know how to program it.
> Does anyone here know how? Ideally I would like to be able to delete the
> remote that was stolen, since the person who stole her purse also has her
> address.
>
> Thanks,
> BillM
>
>



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Old 09 May 2004, 12:36 pm
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Default Re: Remote Programming - '03 3.2 TL

Those remotes are easy to get on eBay, there are loads of them cheap. When you
program the new one, you are actually setting the car to accept the transmitter.
This will eliminate the old transmitter from working.


Enjoy,

Tim Wisner

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Old 09 May 2004, 06:05 pm
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Default Re: Remote Programming - '03 3.2 TL

Are you certain of this? I added a second remote purchased off Ebay but the
original still functions??? Perhaps the tech that programmed it reset it
for both?



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> Those remotes are easy to get on eBay, there are loads of them cheap.

When you
> program the new one, you are actually setting the car to accept the

transmitter.
> This will eliminate the old transmitter from working.
>
>
> Enjoy,
>
> Tim Wisner
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> www.wisner.us



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Old 09 May 2004, 09:26 pm
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Default Re: Remote Programming - '03 3.2 TL

From an old Acura shop manual. May or may not work for you, but at least you
get an idea of how to synchronize both the old and new fobs so both will
work.

Note: Be ready for step #13 with your old fob handy or you may have to start
all over.

1. Turn the ignition switch on (II on the ignition)
2. W/in 1-4sec, push the transmitter lock or unlock button with the
transmitter aimed at the keyless receiver unit. (Just at the steering wheel
is fine)
3. W/in 1-4sec, turn the ignition switch off
4. W/in 1-4sec, turn the ignition switch on(II)
5. W/in 1-4, push the transmitter lock or unlock button w/ the transmitter
aimed at the receiver again.
6. W/in 1-4sec, turn the ign. switch off
7. W/in 4sec, turn the ignition switch On(II)
8. w/in 1-4sec, push the transmitter lock or unlock again.
9. w/in 4 sec, turn the ign off
10. w/in 4 sec, turn the ign ON
11. W/in 1-4, push the transmitter again
12. Confirm you can hear the sound of the door actuators. W/in 1-4sec, push
the trans lock or unlock button again.
13. W/in 10sec, aim the transmitters (up to three) whose codes you want to
store at the receiver, and press the transmitter lock or unlock buttons.
Confirm that you can hear the sound of the door lock actuators after each
transmitter code is stored.
14. Turn the ignition switch off, and pull out the key.
15. Confirm proper operation with the new codes



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Old 10 May 2004, 02:03 pm
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On Sun, 9 May 2004 20:05:04 -0300, "MZ" <martinz@NOSPAMeastlink.ca> wrote:

>Are you certain of this? I added a second remote purchased off Ebay but the
>original still functions??? Perhaps the tech that programmed it reset it
>for both?


The tech did reset for both. If he didn't have the original available when
programming, it would no longer work.


Enjoy,

Tim Wisner

www.wisner.us
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