Toyota Camry 1998-2010 Key Programming Procedure
The following are the key programming procedures for the year 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Toyota Camry.
Toyota Camry 1998-2001
TO DELETE ALL BUT ONE KEY FROM THE UNIT:
1. Depress and release brake and accelerator pedals once, doing both at the same time.
2. Put an existing master key into the ignition. Leave the key in the LOCK position; do not turn it.
3. Press and release the accelerator pedal, six times, within 15 seconds of inserting the key.
4. Within 20 seconds of Step 3, press and release the brake pedal seven times.
5. The dashboard security light will flash. This confirms that all keys (except the one currently being used) have been deleted.
6. Within ten seconds, remove the key from the ignition cylinder. This is now the only key still programmed to work.
1. Press and release the brake and accelerator pedals once, doing both at the same time.
2. Put the existing master key into the ignition.
3. Press and release the accelerator pedal five times within 15 seconds.
4. Press and release the brake pedal six times within 20 seconds and remove key.
5. Insert new key into ignition within ten seconds.
6. Press and release the accelerator pedal once within ten seconds.
7. The security light will turn off after 80 seconds. This indicates that the new key is now registered.
8. Remove new key. Press and release the brake pedal once.
Toyota Camry 2002-2010
Keys can be programmed using the Code-Seeker on most 32 bit systems.
TO DELETE ALL BUT ONE KEY FROM THE UNIT:
1. Simultaneously depress and release brake and accelerator pedals 1 time.
2. Insert an existing master key into the ignition cylinder. Do not turn the key from the OFF(LOCK) position.
3. Within fifteen seconds of inserting the key, depress and release the accelerator pedal six times.
4. Within twenty seconds of completing the above step, depress and release the brake seven times.
5. The security light will flash, indicating all keys other than the one being used have been deleted.
6. Remove the key from the ignition cylinder within ten seconds. It will be the only key still programmed to work.
ADD DUPLICATE KEY:
Requires one working Toyota/Lexus Master key.
1. Make sure all doors and windows are closed.
2. Insert Master key into the ignition cylinder.
3. Cycle the ignition cylinder from ON to OFF five times.
4. Open and close the driver side door six times.
5. Remove the Master key and insert the new duplicate key.
6. TURN THE IGNITION CYLINDER ON.
7. The new key will be registered after 60 seconds. The THEFT light on the dashboard will go out, indicating that the programming has been completed.
About Toyota Camry
This generation of Camry saw even more distinction between the “ordinary” model marketed globally (including Japan) and the “prestige” Camry sold in the rest of Asia. In Oceania and the Middle East, the standard Camry with four-cylinder engines was sold alongside the luxury Camry with V6 engines as the Toyota Aurion. Between 2006 and 2010, the standard Camry was also rebadged as the Daihatsu Altis, which was offered alongside the Camry in Japan. The Daihatsu was distinguished only by its badging, with no cosmetic differences.
The XV40 Camry, along with a hybrid version, was debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show and went on sale in March 2006 for the 2007 model year.
Engines with four or six cylinders are available. The 2.4-liter 2AZ-FE I4 engine was retained and made 158 horsepower (118 kW). It was available with either a five-speed manual or a five-speed automatic transmission. The 3.5-liter 2GR-FE V6 engine, on the other hand, came with a new six-speed automated transmission and produced 268 horsepower (200 kW).
The Camry received a facelift in early 2009 for the 2010 model year, with a revamped grille, taillights, and an all-new 2.5-liter 2AR-FE four-cylinder engine mated to a new six-speed automated transmission. The 2.5-liter engine generates 169 horsepower (126 kW) for the base, LE, and XLE models, and 179 horsepower (133 kW) for the SE. For 2010, power locks, stability control, traction control, and tires (205–225 mm or 8.1–8.9 in) became standard. The base model came with a six-speed manual transmission.
The XV40 series Camry is the first Camry to be offered as a gasoline/electric hybrid. The Camry Hybrid employs Toyota’s second-generation Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD), a 2AZ-FXE four-cylinder with 110 kW (148 hp), and a 30 kW (40 hp) electric motor for a total output of 140 kW. (188 hp).