I just bought a replacement remote at www.keylessride.com . It was $45 plus tax and came with free programming instructions. The dealership was going to charge me $80 to program. My 16 yr old son and I programmed it in less than a minute.
Matching instructions for the Clarion remote 93-99. Using 2 keys, put one key in the ignition, turn the igniton on, do not start the car. Close the door, put the 2nd key in the door lock, turn the key to the unlock position and hold it until you hear the alarm horn chirp, release the key. Press any button on the remote, you should hear a chirp from the alarm horn, press button on the 2nd remote, you will hear two chirps, 3rd remote will chirp 3 times, and the 4th remote will chirp 4 times, then lock the door with the key. Unlock the door, remove the key from the ignition, close the door and try the remote. You can match any remote to any car. You teach the car to respond to each remote.
keyless remote control to a 99 jetta?
With a VAG-COM, or get the dealer to do it.
how do you change the battery in a 2002 jetta keyless entry pad?
-I was to;d that only the dealer can do it.They need to send to Germany for a new code and then they reprogram the remote.
I have a 2001 cabrio, not a Jetta, however, the dealer never wanted a key code only vin number. Hope this will help you out.
The answer for your question is in the car guide, the one you should have when you bought the car. I think that it says you have to bring the keys into a Volkswagen dealer.
You can use the two keys to reprogram the car remote of 2000 VW Jetta.
At the Bottom of this link is all the links you will ever need to order anything and answer almost any questions on VW and not just MK3.
Asking your Volkswagon dealer would be a great start as to where you can test drive a Jetta wagon. In fact, the dealer there might even let you test drive a Jetta wagon there, if he or she has one.
If you can't find programming instructions you can get a programming guide from iKeyless.com
step by step visual. http://www.riskin.org/vwkey/
The best replacement headlights for a Mk6 Jetta are the black LED Projector Headlights.
take it to the vw dealer.
I had a 1998 Jetta, but I don't remember if they had remote entry. If it does, buy a remote entry blank off of ebay. Then, go to the dealer with the VIN and proof of ownership and have them cut and program the key. If it doesn't have remote entry, just talk to a dealer. Like you said, your son has the "Valet" or "Sub Master" key. Take it to a Locksmith and he/she can cut your son a new master. Ilco blank# X203
Its sealed, you have to take it to the dealer!!!!
I made a video on how to change the head lights in my jetta This is for a 2006 jetta tdi, but other years apply http://www.truezombielife.com/2006-jetta-head-light-replacement/
The VW Jetta wagon can retail for many different prices. It really depends on what area of the country you live on and what kind of dealer you buy the car from. You can buy it from a dealer or an independent seller.
You need a VAG-COM programmer - Dealer...IF theyll do it for you. Or find someone with the VW software and the programmer. Good Luck
The chassis number of a 2001 VW Jetta can be found in the owner's manual. It can also be requested from the dealer.
Go to the Dealer!!!
you can't, only a dealer can.
You can go to the dealer they can look it up for you.