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Key Programming Toyota Corolla 2009-2011

Toyota Corolla 2009-2011 Key Programming Procedure (without G on blade) and (VIN # beginning 1 or 2)





The following are the key programming procedures for Toyota Corolla for the year 2009 and 2011.






1. Start with the key out of the ignition, driver’s door is open, all other doors and trunk closed and driver’s door is unlocked.

2. Perform these steps within 5 seconds. A. Insert the key into the ignition (Do NOT Turn it) and Pull key out. B. Insert the key into the ignition (Do NOT Turn it) and Pull key out.

3. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Close then open the driver’s door. B. Close then open the driver’s door. C. Insert the key into the ignition (Do NOT Turn it) and Pull key out.

4. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Close then open the driver’s door. B. Close then open thedriver’s door. C. Insert the key into ignition and leave it in the ignition. D. Close the driver’s door. E. Turn the ignition to ON (Do NOT Start or crank engine) then back to OFF. F. Remove the key from the ignition.

5. Within 3 seconds, the power door locks should lock then unlock automatically indicating successful entry into programming mode. Return to step 1 if the door locks do not cycle at this point.

6. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Press the lock and unlock buttons on the remote simultaneously for 1.5 seconds. B. Immediately after letting go of the lock and unlock buttons, Press the lock button by itself and hold for 2 seconds. Within 3 seconds, the door locks should lock and then unlock once indicating successful programming. If the door locks cycle twice, repeat steps A and B in step 6 as the remote was not accepted. C. Repeat steps A and B in step 6 for each new remote.

7. Open driver’s door. Test all remotes. Programming is complete.




About Toyota Corolla


The 2011 Toyota Corolla is all vanilla now that the sporty XRS model has been discontinued. While the current Corolla is much more appealing than previous generations, one of the car’s biggest drawbacks remains its inability to excite the visual senses; Toyota has given the Corolla a refresh this year, but it’s minor and primarily brings this sedan in line with the Camry’s appearance. Overall, the Corolla lacks the sporty and modern flair of many of its competitors, but this may be ideal for those who don’t want to stand out.

There are three trim levels available: base, LE, and S. The LE model is only available with a four-speed automatic transmission, whereas the base and S models can be ordered with either an automatic or a five-speed manual transmission. All Corollas are powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with 132 horsepower. When compared to other models in this class (such as the Hyundai Elantra, Kia Forte, or Honda Civic), the Corolla feels slightly underpowered, particularly at highway speeds. The four-speed automatic isn’t bad, though the gears feel disjointed, but the five-speed manual is more pleasurable to use. Although our editors hadn’t yet driven the 2011 Corolla at the time we published this update, we found previous—and nearly identical mechanically—models to be too softly sprung and lacking the handling and ride sophistication that many competitors now have. The power steering, which is a newer electric system, is dull and overly light, and the Corolla resists quick changes in motion; it is not tuned for enthusiastic or responsive handling.

The interior of the 2011 Toyota Corolla is well-designed, but it is rather stark and basic. The Corolla gets a little more dressed-up in the LE and S trim levels, but even then, the materials and execution feel subpar when compared to competitors in the same price range. Seating in the Corolla is generally quite good, with plenty of headroom and legroom in front and even adequate space for average-sized adults in the back seat. However, the front seats are a little short and spongy, making them unsuitable for longer trips. There’s a double glovebox, a few cubbies, a console box, and large door pockets for storage, but the trunk is small, even for a car in this class, and has intrusive hinges.

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