1. Twist the key in the ignition ON position.
2. Turn the valet switch/button on – off – on – off- on then off.
3. The dash L.E.D. will flash once, and the siren chirps one time.
4. You can assign any of the three remote’s button functions listed below to channel 1:
I. Pressing button #1 on the transmitter.
II. Pressing button #2 on the transmitter.
III. Pressing both buttons simultaneously on the transmitter.
5 Press and hold the selected choice a, b, or c above, until the siren chirps to confirm that programming the channel 1 was successful.
6. Turn the valet switch/button on, and then off again.
7. The dash mounted L. E. D. will flash twice and the siren chirps once.
8. You can assign any of the two remaining button functions listed in 4I, 4II, or 4III above to operate channel 2. You cannot use the button(s) that operate channel 1, selected in step 5 to operate channel 2.
9. Press and hold the selected choice. The siren chirps to confirm that programming of channel 2 was successful.
10. Turn the valet button/switch on, and then off again.
11. The dash mounted L.E.D. will flash 3 times and the siren chirps once, indicating that the system is ready to accept programming for channel 3.
12. Press and hold the remaining remote button function. The siren will emit a long “chirp” to confirm that programming of channel 3 was successful.
13. Twist the key in the ignition OFF position, or turn the valet switch/button on then off. Then you’ll hear a long chirp from the siren that means the system’s programming mode is OFF.
If your vehicle’s system was installed without the valet switch you can order one and install it to make it easier to do the programming.