Mazda B-Series Pickup 1999-2009 Key Programming Procedure
The following are the key programming procedures for Mazda B-Series Pickup for the year 1999 and 2009.
Except Lincoln LS before 2002 (must use OEM Programmer or aftermarket programming tool)
To reprogram the remote entry transmitters:
1. Ensure the vehicle is electronically unlocked.
2. Put the key in the ignition.
3. Turn the key from the LOCK position to RUN.
4. Cycle eight times rapidly (within 10 seconds) between the LOCK position and RUN. NOTE: The eighth turn must end in the RUN position.
5. The doors will lock, then unlock, to confirm that the programming mode has been activated.
6. Within 20 seconds press any button on the remote entry transmitter. NOTE: If more than 20 seconds have passed you will need to start the procedure over again.
7. The doors will lock, then unlock, to confirm that this remote entry transmitter has been programmed.
8. Repeat Step 6 to program each additional remote entry transmitter.
9. Turn the ignition to the LOCK position after you have finished programming all of the remote entry transmitters.
10. The doors will lock, then unlock, to confirm that the programming mode has been exited.
Focus 2000-2007 Close doors, buckle seat belts, off to on 4x, tone, then depress remote button
About Mazda B-Series Pickup
While the 2009 B-Series is an adequate light-duty truck, most other compact pickups are better choices if you’re looking for a refined daily driver, according to reviewers when it was new. Nonetheless, they stated that the B-Series rides comfortably and is relatively easy to maneuver due to its compact size. The B-Series, which is mechanically similar to the Ford Ranger, is available with a four-cylinder engine or an optional V6. While reviewers felt that the four-cylinder engine provided adequate power, the V6 is the better option if you intend to tow a trailer or haul heavy loads. The four-cylinder B-Series achieves 19/24 mpg city/highway with an automatic transmission, which is comparable to other trucks in the class. Four-cylinder models are available with rear-wheel drive and either a manual or automatic transmission. The V6-powered B-Series is available with all-wheel drive and an automatic transmission. When compared to rival compact trucks, the V6-powered B-Series can tow up to 5,600 pounds.
The B-Series is available in a three-seat regular cab or an extended cab with two jump seats in the back. The rear jump seats, according to the reviewers, are only suitable for small children. However, this is a common complaint among extended-cab trucks in the class. Front-seat comfort and space were rated differently by passengers. Some people complained that the seats are flat and provide little support, while others thought they were adequate. Reviewers generally complained about the cabin’s use of cheap, hard plastics, though some praised the B-Series’ functional, user-friendly controls. Power windows, air conditioning, and a four-speaker stereo with an auxiliary input jack are among the options.
The cost of insuring a Mazda B-Series is determined by a number of factors, including your deductible, the level of coverage desired, and the type of insurance selected. Your age, gender, location, credit score, and driving record can all influence your insurance rates. To find the best policy for you, consult our car insurance guide.
The 2009 Nissan Frontier has one of the most comfortable rides in the class, according to reviewers, who were also impressed by its powerful available V6 engine.
The 2009 Toyota Tacoma is one of the class’s top-rated trucks, with reviewers praising its modern design and comfortable, refined interior. The Tacoma is also available as a crew cab, which reviewers say is a great option if your truck will be used on a daily basis.