Toyota BELTA Keyfob RKE Programming

HOW TO GUIDE: Toyota Belta RKE Keyfob Programming

Toyota Belta 2005-2012 RKE Keyfob Programming

Quick and simple instructions for programming the RKE Keyfob on the Toyota Belta from 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. To program it properly, please follow the instructions below.

  1. Prepare Vehicle

    With the key OUT of the Ignition, OPEN and UNLOCK the Driver’s door.

  2. Enter Programming Mode – Step 1

    Perform the following steps within 5 seconds:

    a. INSERT key into Ignition (Do NOT turn) and PULL the key out.

    b. INSERT key into Ignition (Do NOT turn) and PULL the key out.

  3. Enter Programming Mode – Step 2

    PERFORM the following steps WITHIN 40 seconds:

    a. CLOSE then OPEN Driver’s door.

    b. CLOSE then OPEN Driver’s door.

    c. INSERT key into Ignition (Do NOT turn) and PULL the key out.

  4. Enter Programming Mode – Step 3

    PERFORM the following steps WITHIN 40 seconds:

    a. CLOSE then OPEN Driver’s door.

    b. CLOSE then OPEN Driver’s door.

    c. INSERT the key into the Ignition and LEAVE it in the Ignition.

    d. CLOSE the Driver’s door.

  5. Enter Programming Mode – Step 4

    TURN Ignition from LOCK to ON and BACK to LOCK.
    – Do this ONCE to ADD NEW remote(s).
    – Do this TWICE to ERASE all existing remotes programmed and ADD NEW remote.

  6. Enter Programming Mode – Step 6

    REMOVE key from Ignition. The power door locks will respond by cycling the locks from LOCK/UNLOCK to signal successful entry into Programming Mode.

  7. Program Remote

    Perform the following steps within 40 seconds:

    a. PRESS and HOLD the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the remote simultaneously for 2 seconds. RELEASE.

    b. PRESS and HOLD the LOCK button and hold for 2 seconds. RELEASE.

    The vehicle will respond by cycling the locks from LOCK to UNLOCK to indicate successful programming of the remote.

  8. Program Additional Remotes

    REPEAT Step 7 for any additional remotes to be programmed, including working ones.

  9. EXIT Programming Mode

    OPEN Driver’s Door to EXIT Programming Mode.

  10. Test Remotes

    TEST all remotes. Programming is complete.

Programming Notes:

  • Verify the following prior to following these instructions:
    • Your vehicle is equipped with keyless entry, and
    • You have a key fob remote that is compatible with your vehicle.
  • Obtain ALL remote transmitters for this vehicle.
  • If you have a remote head key with a transponder chip, this procedure will ONLY program the remote portion. You’ll need a Professional Auto Locksmith to cut and program the transponder key that will start the vehicle.
  • If you have a remote head key without a transponder chip, this procedure WILL work for your vehicle.
  • This procedure DOES NOT work for smart proximity remote key fobs.

About Toyota Belta

 

The Toyota Belta is a subcompact sedan which was designed, built and sold in Japan. The name “Belta” is a contraction of the Italian words “bella gente”, or “beautiful people”. In Japan, the Belta went on sale in Japan on 28 November 2005 with 1.0 to 1.3 L engines and was available at dealerships. For most Asian markets, the Belta was sold as the second generation Vios. The model code for cars with 1.5 L 1NZ-FE engines is “NCP93” and is only available where the Yaris/Vios was marketed.

The Japanese market Belta had three engine variants available, namely the 53 kW (71 hp) 1.0 L and two variants of the 1.3 L / engine. A facelifted model was launched on April 6, 2010, with a redesigned front grille, redesigned headlamp and tail lamp assemblies, and redesigned 15-inch alloy wheels. For 2012, a 1.3-liter engine for the G trim was released, and it was mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Indonesian Vios was officially launched to the Indonesian market on 11 April 2007. The second generation Vios was unveiled in, Malaysia on 5 October 2007.

It was made available in four trim levels for the Malaysian market: J, E, G and S. On 17 June 2009, UMW Toyota launched the Vios 1.5 TRD Sportivo which effectively replaced the S trim. The Vios is the best selling non-national badged vehicle in Malaysia, achieving record sales in 2012. In Singapore, the Vios was sold in the base model J, the mid-level E and the top-of-the-line G trim levels, and later the TRD Sportivo model. In 2011, three colours were added – Grey Metallic, Attitude Black Mica and Blackish Red Mica – to make 7 colours in total.

In December 2012, Borneo Motors (Singapore) introduced a Sportivo variant based on the E grade, consisting of a TRD sports kit and 15-inch TRD multi-spoke alloy rims. The US version of the car was called the Belta and went on sale in April 2006 for the 2007 model year. A limited edition S Limited trim features a “Wrap-Around Aeropart” body kit, an orange “Optitron” panel and all-wheel disc brakes. For the 2009 model year, all Yaris sedans received updated styling with a new grille, alloy designs, interior fabric and standard side curtain airbags and anti-lock brakes. In Australia, it is known as the Yaris sedan and was sold alongside the Vitz-based Yaris hatchback. (source:wiki)