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Old 03-06-2010, 03:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question How to program Jimny keyless entry key fob?

Does anyone know the programming procedure for the key fob on a 2006 Suzuki Jimny so that the remote central locking can be used?

The key works in the ignition so is programmed for the immobiliser, I have another key that does work the central locking so I know that's working OK. The local garage hasn't been able to help and I just can't find the procedure for putting a key into programming mode in either the Jimny handbook or anywhere on the web
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Old 03-11-2010, 04:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Is this close?

I've obtained the following from the service manual but it looks like it's lost something in translation (or I'm really thick). Does anyone know if this is close to the correct procedure?

1) Confirm that the vehicle is the following conditions.
• All doors are closed.
• Ignition key is out of ignition switch.
• Driver side door is unlocked.
2) Disconnect negative (-) cable from battery.
3) After 30 seconds, perform the following procedure within 60
seconds.
a) Connect negative (-) cable to battery.
b) Operate driver side door knob switch from lock to unlock.
c) Push “LOCK” button on transmitter and confirm that are
operated from lock to unlock.
d) Push driver side door knob switch to lock position.
e) Push “LOCK” button on transmitter twice and confirm that
all doors are operated from unlock to lock. With this, code
registration is completed.
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Try asking here:

www.jimny.se - a site made for Suzuki Jimny and it's owners only

There are a few Jimny owners here but it is mainly frequented by Americans and they don't get the Jimny.
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