Remote engine start transmitter programming and programmable feature option

New transmitters can be programmed to the remote engine start system in the event that remote engine start transmitters are lost, stolen or damaged. The remote engine start system also has one programmable feature that can be adjusted for user preference.

The remote engine start system can be programmed to either make an audible horn chirp upon remote start activation or not. Remote engine start transmitter programming and feature programming can be adjusted using the following procedure.

1. Open the drivers door (the drivers door must remain opened throughout the entire process).

2. Insert the key into the vehicles ignition switch and turn to the ON position.

3. Locate the small black programming button behind the fuse box cover, on the drivers side left under the dashboard panel.

4. Press and hold the black programming button for 10 to 15 seconds. The horn will honk and the turn signal lights will flash three times to indicate that the system has entered programming mode. At this point you can proceed to either step 5 or step 6.

5. To program a remote engine start transmitter: press and release the button on each transmitter. The horn will honk and the turn signal lights will flash one time to indicate a successful transmitter learn each time the button is pressed. You can program up to eight transmitters.

6. To toggle the Horn Confirmation chirps ON/OFF: depress and release the brake pedal to toggle the feature. The horn will chirp and the turn signal lights will flash one time to indicate Confirmation Horn Chirps are OFF. The horn will honk and the turn signal lights will flash 2 times to indicate Confirmation Horn Chirps are ON. Depressing the brake pedal repeatedly will toggle the feature ON or OFF each time.

7. To exit the remote engine start transmitter and feature programming mode, turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position, remove the key from the ignition switch and test operation of the remote engine start transmitter(s) and horn confirmation feature.

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