Toyota Aurion 2006-2012 RKE Keyfob Programming
A simple and very easy tutorial on how to program the RKE Keyfob on the Toyota Aurion from the years 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. 2010. 2011 to 2012. For your reference, please follow the instructions below.
- Key Removed from Ignition
- Drivers Door open, all other doors closed
- Insert key into ignition then remove it – do this twice
- Close and open the drivers door twice
- Insert key into the ignition then remove it
- Close and open the drivers door twice
- Insert the key into the ignition, then close the door
- Turn the key from off to on – once to add a remote while retaining the original codes, or twice to rewrite the original remote codes (locks should cycle)
- Press the Lock and Unlock buttons on the remote at the same time for 1 second
- Press and hold any button on the remote for 2 seconds (locks should cycle once for correct programming, or twice if procedure is incomplete)
- To close programming, open the door of the vehicle.
About Toyota Aurion
Toyota Aurion (XV40) is the original series of the Camry produced by in Australia and parts of Asia. In lieu of the “Aurion” nameplate, the majority of East and Southeast Asian markets received the Aurion under the name Toyota Camry. The Aurion replaced the model, which could trace its roots back to 1994 in. Toyota Australia unveiled the Aurion in 2006. The name was chosen after on more than 30 potential names.
Production of the Avalon had begun in 2000, taking much of its basic design and mechanical features from the then six-year-old Avalon model sold in North America. In its best year, the Avalon failed to reach half of Toyota’s sales target. A privately developed model based on the —a car that signalled the beginning of the Aurion programme. Toyota Australia realised that no other model being developed at the time for Japan or North America was going to be suitable, and due to the size limitations of the Australian market, a completely indigenous model was unrealisable. The company recruited Paul Beranger in August 2002 to set up Toyota Style Australia.
Toyota Australia was given the go-ahead to manufacture both the regular 042L and 043L Camrys and sell them side-by-side. In Australia, the regular Camry was to be limited to the. In Asia, the car’s role is much narrower, being a high-end luxury car. The first Aurion-based Camry rolled off the assembly line in May 2006. Aurion takes its doors, windows, roof panels, body sides and other parts from the Camry for Australia and North America.
Design patents were filed on 27 December 2005 at the Patent Office in Tokyo. Toyota of unveiled a reworked version of the East and Southeast Asian-market Camry in June 2009. The revised Aurion-based Camry previewed the Australian Aurion’s then upcoming facelift. Toyota Australia later revealed the updated car as its Aurion on 21 September. The Aurion, which is emissions compliant, is rated at 9.9 L/100 km (23.8 mpg‑US) under the Australian test.
Toyota cited the additional expense of 75,000–$100,000 including the car as being unjustifiable. Toyota launched the Aurion in Australia in 2006. The 2.0-litre inline-four petrol engine has a maximum output of 108 kW (145 hp) of power and 190 N⋅m (140 lb-ft) of torque. The Aurion AT-X was awarded the Australia’s Best Large Car award in 2006 and 2007. Starting from 2007, Toyota received a contract to deliver 10,000 export Aurions to the Middle East.
The Sportivo is the Aurion’s sports-orientated variant of the AT-X, while the Prodigy is the luxury-oriented Touring in New Zealand and the Middle East. A special edition of the Aurion, called the “White LE” was released with only 250 built. The model is based on the Prodigy, however, features a unique exterior and interior combination. The Camry Hybrid was introduced in April 2010 with trim levels known as the 240HG, 240HV and 240 HV G-Book. In.
the Camry is offered with two engines, the four-cylinder mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The other engine is the V6 engine which is only offered in the top-of-the-line Q trim. The 2.4 V and 3.5 Q models have been used extensively by the Indonesian government, owning thousands of Camrys in their fleet. Toyota unveiled the Aurion Sports Concept at the 2006 Australian Auto Expo. The A$8 million concept was a styling exercise previewing the TRD Aurion, which was released in August 2007.
The Camry 2.4 G trim comes with the 2AZ-FE engine mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The Q trim is equipped with the 3.5-litre 2GR-FE V6 powertrain and a dual exhaust system. The car has a 3.5-litre engine with 241 kW (323 hp) of power and 400 N⋅m (295 lb-ft) of torque. The TRD also features bold exterior additions that differentiate it with the standard Aurion range, such as integrated into the bumper and tinted taillight lenses. (SOURCE:WIKI)
Thank you very much! This tutorial was compiled and researched by Erwin Salarda.