Nissan Primera 2000-2006 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 Primera
Nissan introduced the third generation Nissan Primera on January 30, 2001, its first all new car since the alliance with Renault was formed two years earlier. The new Primera was more radically styled than previous versions. No Infiniti equivalent was released; the Skyline-based Infiniti G35 replaced the G20 in the United States.
New Zealand Primeras were introduced in 2002, and were all equipped with continuously variable transmissions; there was no manual option. Originally, Japanese-built sedans and wagons were available in New Zealand. This remained true until 2006, when liftbacks and estates assembled in the United Kingdom became available instead. The CVT is also available in the European 2.0 L and the Japanese-made 2.0 and 2.5 L versions (the larger engine was not available in Europe).(Source Wiki)