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Shawnny B

Programming Key FOB.

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So I have been up late that last few nights Gooooooogling how to program a Keyfob to my aftermarket alarm for my work truck. I accidently kinda sorta washed my old one and well it doesnt work, I got my new one in the mail today, and they never included the instructions on how to program it, I have an email out to them, but am not expecting much.

The alarm itself is a Silencer alarm, the FCC ID is elvmt6a. I have read to insert and remove key 10 times hit the door lock then hit it on the remote?..I have a "smartbox" under the steering wheel with a toggle switch saying off and on. I found out my Van had this by "playing" around with this key and then accidently arming it..OOPS. With my Personel car I can turn the key on and off 3 times and it will sound a chirp, then I can program new remotes.

Does anyone know the actual process in programing a silencer remote?

Thanks in advance

Shawn

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grin How did i Know you would respond grin there are 4; lock, unlock, panic and aux.

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Sorry Shawnny, I got nothing. I would give the guys at Dealer Automotive Services ( DAS ) in Roseville a call and see if they can help. Thats all they do is custom installs of all kinds of systems on late model and older vehicles.

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