RC712

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About RC712

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  • Toyota Model
    Celica ST204
  • Toyota Year
    1999
  • Location
    New South Wales
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    Robert
  1. I found the information I was looking for, the 97-99 ST204 Celica uses the same Alpine alarm used by the BMW E36 so I tried the instructions for that and it worked with an extra step, so if anybody else needs this info here it is My remote is P/N 08191-00900 1. Close all doors, trunk, and hood. 2. The security system must be in "disarm" mode. The key must be removed from the ignition key slot. Enter Code-Learning Mode 3. Open the trunk and leave it open. 4. Open the driver's door and sit in the driver's seat. 5. Close the driver's door. 6. Cycle the ignition switch five times between the "off" position and position 2 (ignition "ON", all dash warning lamps will illuminate). The red status LED will illuminate continuously, and the siren will "chirp" once, to indicate that the code-learning mode has been initiated. DO NOT START THE ENGINE The ignition switch cycling in step #6 must be performed within ten seconds. The sequence in steps #1-6 must be performed within 45 seconds. Registering/Delete ID Code(s) 7. Open driver's door, (remain seated in driver's seat) 8. Close driver's door. An extra step is required here for the Celica- Cycle the key once more 9. Press and release any button on the remote you wish to register into the system. The status LED will shut off momentarily to indicate that one ID code has been registered. 10. Repeat steps 7 through 9 to register the remaining three ID codes. Exiting Code-Learning Mode 11. Open driver's door, and exit from vehicle, leaving the door opened. 12. Close trunk. 13. Close driver's door. The LED will turn off and the siren will "chirp" twice. 14. The initialization procedure is now completed, test all remotes to confirm operation
  2. I have the same problem, did you find out how to do it?
  3. I have a 1999 ST204, I found the ecu with the antenna but there is no button. I found somewhere that said it is an Alpine gen 2, do you happen to have instructions for this model?