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Old 02-09-2004, 04:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ghead hey, just ordered a replacement remote for my car, because i lost mine....
looks like one of these http://i7.ebayimg.com/02/i/01/4f/36/41_1_b.JPG <-same type as this one...
ok, now that i have it, it dosent work b/c i have to program it, and it dosent come iwth any instructions????

does any one know how to program this keyless entry "fob" remote?

i remembered someone had directions along time ago, wondering if anyone knows how to program this (for the stock system)

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That's for an E36? Is the one you have rounded, or is it exactly like the one pictured?
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i honeslty dont kno, i have a 94 318is... my dad lost the remote last year for it, before i took over the car, so we dont kno what it looks like
i heard the one pictures is the one im supposed to get
does anyone know?

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To program the remote in the picture you provided, you need to remove your glove box (how to at this link: Glovebox removal

Next, you open the keyfob/remote and take out the programming chip. Place the chip in the alarm "brains" that you have uncovered behind your glovebox. There is a door on the "brains" that you flip open and place the chip. Next, you push the little button that's also behind the door you flip open and you'll see the red light above your gear shift (next to the cigarette lighter) flash. That's it! Now put everything back together again and you're ready to go.

There are other directions to program other remotes (open the trunk, open the door, stand on one foot, etc.) but those don't work with the remote you've indicated.
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