🔑HOW TO GUIDE: Toyota Avensis RKE Keyfob Programming

Toyota Avensis 2001-2010 RKE Keyfob Programming

Quick and simple tutorial on how to program the RKE Keyfob on Toyota Avensis from the year 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2008, 2009 to 2010. Please follow the programming instruction below for your reference.

  1. Key removed from the ignition
  2. Drivers door open, all other doors closed
  3. Insert key into ignition then remove it – do this twice
  4. Close and Open drivers door twice
  5. Insert the key into the Ignition then remove it
  6. Close and Open drivers door twice
  7. Close the door and Insert key into the ignition
  8. Turn ignition from off to on and back to off – once to add a new remote while retaining the original remotes, and twice to erase original remotes
  9. Remove the key from the ignition cylinder (Locks will cycle once for adding remote, and twice if erase mode was selected)
  10. Press the Lock and Unlock Buttons on the remote at the same time for 1 second
  11. Press any button on the remote (Door locks will cycle once if programming is correct, and twice if unsuccessful)
  12. To close procedure open drivers door and insert key into the ignition

About Toyota Avensis

It was the direct successor to the European Carina E and was available as a four-door, five-door and. The “Avensis” name is derived from the term avancer, meaning “to advance” or “move forward”. Avensis was launched in Japan in saloon and estate form in October 2003. In Ireland, there were five trim levels – Terra, Aura, Strata, Luna and Sol. This is first and only generation of Avensis sold in Egypt and Morocco, not in Persian Gulf countries.

Avensis was the first Japanese car to receive a five-star rating under the Euro NCAP’s redone testing, with 34 total points it also became the highest rated vehicle they had tested. Due to the Camry Wagon ending production, the Avensis Wagon is exported to , in both 1.8- and 2.0-litre forms. Avensis full-year sales goal was of 115,000 vehicles. The third generation Avensis has a drag coefficient of =0.28 for the saloon and Cd=0.29 for the wagon body. For safety, seven airbags are standard, including two front row torso airbags and a driver’s knee airbag.

The Avensis wagon was discontinued in Japan on 27 April 2018. Avensis was a large MPV introduced in 2001 using the Toyota Avensis nameplate, with room for seven occupants and only available with 2.0-litre engines. The Avensis Verso was the back-to-back winner of Australia’s Best People Mover award in 2002 and 2003. (source:wiki)