Toyota Soluna 1994-1999 RKE Keyfob Programming
This is a simple instruction on how to program the RKE Keyfob on the Toyota Soluna from the years 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999. Please follow the instructions below for your guidance on how to do the programming.
- Locate ECU Programming Receiver
LOCATE the ECU Programming Receiver.
- Insert Key into Ignition
INSERT key into Ignition and TURN to the ON position.
- Enter Programming Mode
PRESS and HOLD the ECU’s Programming Switch for 3 seconds using a paperclip or small screwdriver. The Status Monitor LED light will turn on for 5 seconds to indicate successful entry into Programming Mode..
- Program Remote
WITHIN 5 seconds, PRESS and RELEASE ANY button on the remote. The Status Monitor LED light will turn OFF, the piezo chirper will chirp ONCE and the exterior lights will flash ONCE to indicate successful programming of the remote. IF you hold the button too long and the vehicle alarm sounds, simply press the TOP button on the remote to reset the alarm.
- EXIT Programming Mode
TURN OFF the Ignition to EXIT Programming Mode.
- Test Remotes
TEST all remotes. Programming is complete.
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- 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.
- Important: For MOST vehicles, the ECU Programming Receiver is located UNDERNEATH either the Driver or Passenger front seats. For SOME vehicles, it is located BEHIND the Driver’s Dash and can be accessed by prying out the black faceplate (5”x3”) BEHIND the mirror control switch. It is a BLACK box with 3 connectors and a recessed GREEN RESET button. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for your vehicle’s ECU location.
About Toyota Soluna
For the 1995 model year, Toyota introduced an all-new design with a stiffer body and better handling. For 1997, all North American market Tercels were available only in the CE trim level and incorporated many of the standard and optional items from previous base and DX models. The interior design pushed the dash further away, but brought the switches closer. As Toyota’s entry-level car, the Tercel was also available with the smaller, 1.3-litre, and petrol four-cylinder, and the engine which provided 66 hp (49.2 kW) at 4,200 rpm. In Thailand and Indonesia, a version of the Tercel with different front and rear fascias was sold as the Toyota Soluna.
The Soluna AL50 was powered by the 1.5-litre engine, and campaigned as the “Asian family car”. A facelifted Soluna appeared in Thailand in late 1999 and arrived in Indonesia in 2001. Based on the GLi, the Soluna S-Limited with body kits was offered for a short time. (source:wiki)
Thank you very much! This tutorial was compiled and researched by Erwin Salarda.