Nissan Skyline 1999-2002 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 Skyline
The M·spec is a version of the Nissan Skyline GT-R with ripple control shock absorbers, M·spec-specific leather seat (front/rear seat, with front seat heater), 3-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel, and a choice of four body colours (including Silica Breath (RPM/multi flex colour)).
The vehicle went on sale on May 8, 2001.
The M·spec Nür and V·spec II Nür are limited (1000 units) versions of the Nissan Skyline GT-R with Super Taikyu N1 spec engine, for the Japanese market. It includes a 300 km/h speedometer, 3d grade name emblem, and an additional body colour option (Millennium Jade Metallic).
The vehicles went on sale on February 26, 2002.
Production of the Skyline GT-R type R34 ended on August 29, 2002.
Since the beginning of Skyline GT-R M·spec Nür and V·spec II Nür sales, 25% of vehicles sold were M・spec Nür, 75 of vehicles sold were V·spec II Nür. Millennium Jade, White Pearl, and White body colors have been used on 28%, 22%, 16% of M·spec Nür and V·spec II Nür vehicles respectively.
As part of the Type R34 GT-R final campaign, all Skyline GT-R customers received a GT-R official photo album before January 24, 2002.
A small number of R34 GT-Rs are legal in the United States despite not being compliant with the 25-year rule. An importer called Motorex crash-tested an R33, submitted paperwork and certification to the Environmental Protection Agency, and modified others to meet US approval. The company ran into legal trouble after importing R32 and R34 GT-Rs, but telling the government they were R33s. Motorex also stopped making the required (safety, US-spec gauges and reflectors, etc.) modifications. After a 2005 raid on the company, Motorex was shut down. The government then sent letters to the owners of the disputed cars and made them US legal, since the cars were imported under false pretenses. An estimated twelve R34 GT-Rs are US-legal as a result of this.
In 2018, the first R34 was legally imported under the FMVSS’s “Show & Display” exemption. Currently, only the first 282 GT-Rs produced for 1999, finished in LV4 Midnight Purple II paint, and the 258 M-Spec Nür models are eligible under this exemption. Other R34s can be legally imported starting in 2024. (Source Wiki)