Nissan Micra 2000-2003 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure
Key Fob Programming Procedure (Remote)
Note. If the central locking / alarm system is malfunctioning or a replacement key fob is obtained. The following programming procedure is required to be carried out before the key fob will operate correctly. Maximum of 4 Remotes can be programmed
- To enter programming mode
- Switch Ignition “ON” and “OFF” 6 times within 10 Seconds
- After 2 Seconds the indicators will flash two times
- Programming mode is active for 2 minutes.
To Programme remotes
- Press and Hold “Unlock” button
- Press “Lock” button 3 times
- Release “Unlock” button
- Indicators will flash once to conform programmed correctly
- Repeat for all remaining remotes
- If 4 remotes have been programmed the indicators will flash 3 times
- If Less than 4 remotes programmed Switch Ignition On, Indicator lights will flash twice.
- Check Operation of all remotes
About Nissan Micra
The next version of the Micra, the K12, was unveiled in production form at the 2002 Paris Motor Show, following the lines of the Nissan mm.e concept car presented the year before at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was introduced to the Japanese market in February 2002 and to the European market at the end of 2002., The car was restyled, featuring a new, 70 mm longer wheelbase (developed with Renault), increased height and width, and prominent headlamps extending into the wings/fenders.
The redesign coincided with the Japanese Nissan dealership network Nissan Cherry Store being renamed Nissan Red Stage in 1999. Other features included a sliding rear seat and optional keyless ignition. The range of engines included improved 1.2 (CR12DE) and 1.4 (CR14DE) petrol models, and a Renault-sourced 1.5 diesel unit (K9K). The automatic CVT transmission of the previous model was replaced by a conventional automatic transmission. (Source Wiki)