1997 LC TDS Key Fob Programming (1 Viewer)

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What a pain in the butt to find any info on this programming. Well, I found this link with instructions and on my way to try it now.

http://voxrightnow.custhelp.com/app...support-for-the-prestige-aps95bt3-transmitter

PROGRAMMING THE TRANSMITTERS

It is important to remember that during programming, each individual step of the procedure must be executed within 15 seconds of the previous step. When the 15 second time limit is allowed to expire, the system will automatically terminate the programming mode. This is indicated by a long chirp from the siren. Additionally, the system will store codes from up to four different transmitters. If a 5th transmitter is programmed to any receiver channel, then the first transmitter programmed to that channel will be erased from the system's memory.

To program new or additional transmitters:

  1. Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition key to the " on " position.
  2. Flip the valet switch on - off - on - off - on - then off.
  3. The dash LED will flash one time, and the siren will chirp one time, indicating the system is ready to accept programming for receiver channel 1.
  4. Press and hold the selected transmitter button(s) until the siren sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
  5. If you have additional transmitters (up to 3) that need to be programmed, repeat step 4 for each transmitter.
  6. Flip the valet switch on then off.
  7. The dash LED will flash two times, and the siren will chirp two times, indicating the system is ready to accept programming for receiver channel 2.
  8. Press and hold the selected transmitter button(s) until the siren sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
  9. If you have additional transmitters (up to 3) that need to be programmed, repeat step 8 for each transmitter.
  10. Flip the valet switch on then off.
  11. The dash LED will flash three times, and the siren will chirp three times, indicating the system is ready to accept programming for receiver channel 3.
  12. Press and hold the selected transmitter button(s) until the siren sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
  13. If you have additional transmitters (up to 3) that need to be programmed, repeat step 12 for each transmitter.
  14. Flip the valet switch on then off.
  15. The dash LED will flash four times, and the siren will chirp four times, indicating the system is ready to accept programming for receiver channel 4.
  16. Press and hold the selected transmitter button(s) until the siren sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
  17. If you have additional transmitters (up to 3) that need to be programmed, repeat step 16 for each transmitter.
  18. Turn the ignition key off. The siren will sound one short chirp then one long chirp indicating the system has terminated the program mode.
 
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Well this freaking worked and I am stoked. FYI, after setting channel 1 I just pulled the key out and stopped because with this programming you only use the big top button to set channel 1 and it does both lock and unlock and the security kicks in and off just like when I used the big button and second small button to unlock. As I said this F---ing programming search was a pain in the butt. Good Luck and God Bless
 

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