I saw this on one of the Toyota forums;
1) Getting a Replacement Remote
Look on eBay or Google, make sure the remote has the following FCC-ID: bab237131-056
2) Installing the remote (credit to iPal)
1 open door, take key out...
2 insert and remove key from ignition 2 times
3 close and open driver's door 2 times
4 insert and remove key from ignition
5 close and open driver's door 2 times
6 insert key into ignition
7 close door
8 turn ignition from 'lock' to 'on' and back to 'lock'
if you do step #8
*1 time it's for add mode
*2 times for rewrite mode
*3 times for confirmation mode
*4 times for prohibition mode
9 remove key
10 then door lock will cycle 'lock' and 'unlock' a number of times
corresponding to your key cycles in step #8
11 press lock and unlock button together for 1 ~ 1.5 sec then release
12 then within 3 sec press lock button for 1 sec then release
13 if you did correctly door lock will cycle once...
if wrong, twice... then do it over...
Here is what I had to do to program my factory installed Karr remote. I have a 2001 Toyota Celica GT.
1) Turn the key to the "on" position (indicator lights on the dashboard will be lit)
2) Press the valet switch three times (you will hear the car horn chirp)
3) Press the center button of the new remote
4) Turn key off (you will hear the car horn beep about three times)
Check to see if it works... it did for me!
How do u program a keyless remote for a 2000 GMC Yukon
I have a use remote that I need to program
Try this site www.programyourremote.com
Check out this site www.programyourremote.com .....
how do you program a keyless entry remote to a 2000 Pontiac grandprix programyourremote.com (program your remote.com)
No and yes
The only way to program keyless entry is with a very expensive diagnostic tool called "Launch" or go to nearest dealer for programming.
With a factory scan tool.
dealer has to do it with factory scan tool
Yes , keyless remote entry
i do not have a key bob i got an new one
with the drb scan tool at the dealer drive to the dealer chatch a tech in the parking lot tell him you will give him $20 to program it i bet he dose
look on the back of you remote it has to have these numbers gm: 10246215 and model/fcc id: abo0204t if you need the program procedure please ask or post (locksmith)
Must be programed by a Dealer
Try: http://www.programyourremote.com/ It has instructions for 1997-2000 models, perhaps they'll work with the 1996 model. Good luck!
if you have only changed the batteries in your remote then you press the unlock button 6 times until you hear a beep and then it is programmed. these details are in the owners handbook.
You need to have the dealer do this one as it takes a special computer.
Unlock the doors or trunk with the key.
Take a small common screw driver and twist it in the seam.
Go to dealer.
Try this: Cycle the ignition from OFF to RUN eight times within 10 seconds, ending in the run position. The power door locks should cycle to indicate program mode, vehicle is ready to accept remotes. Press any button on the remote, once again the locks will cycle to indicate a successful program. Turn the ignition off to exit the program mode.
Check your owners manual. If you don't have one check related link below. You may have to register as a Toyota owner / exc. to be able to get access. Hope this helps