Keyless remote on 2002 Sonata

Discussion in 'Hyundai Sonata' started by Fred, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. Fred

    Fred Guest

    I recently bought a 2002 Hyundai with the keyless remote. I would like to
    buy a backup remote in case the first one ever fails, I've seen them on
    ebay for $10 to $20, which is much less than the $100+ the dealer wants to
    charge. My question is: if I buy the remote on ebay, how do I program it
    for my car? Is that something I can do? If so, where do I get the

    Fred, Dec 18, 2003
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  2. Fred

    Jason Guest

    You should have received two remotes when you bought your car. If you
    didn't go back and complain.
    Jason, Dec 18, 2003
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  3. hi fred
    my friend instaleds them for a living
    and from what he told me
    you cant do it your slef
    and if they dont mach you cant program then at all to aney other one.
    some one in the bussneess can do it for you for 75.00 he said
    or the deller will have it don for you and ther will get the 100. bucks

    i have them and most problems i had was
    new battery for 250 cents
    my friend puts them in new cars for 165.and up to 300 dollars

    deller charge up to 500. bucks most times
    hope that helps
    if you want his number let me know
    we are in pa
    perkasie pa
    hope that helps
    PAULIE AKA~LION~HART~, Dec 18, 2003
  4. fred
    when the deller took that care in if it was used the etail man could
    have trashed it
    that happend to me one time
    they cant do any thing for you after the sail unless they want to .
    but you all ways get 2 remots when you buy a new one
    hope that helps
    PAULIE AKA~LION~HART~, Dec 18, 2003
  5. Fred

    Fred Guest

    We bought the car used. It only came with one remote.
    Fred, Dec 18, 2003
  6. Fred

    seahorse25 Guest

    The instructions are online at:

    Look for your year/model. Then drill down under: Body Electrical
    System/Security System.

    seahorse25, Dec 19, 2003
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    theta00k Guest
    theta00k, Dec 19, 2003
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    theta00k Guest

    theta00k, Dec 19, 2003
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