KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure-Renault Kangoo 1997

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Renault Kangoo 1997

Renault Kangoo 1997 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure

 

 

How to Program Renault Kangoo KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry for the year 1997

 

Programming Procedure

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.

 

Renault key fobs are usually fitted with a serial number which is located under the cover inside the key fob and can be viewed after removing fixing screw.

Note. Only key fobs fitted with an 8 character serial number can be programmed manually. Key fobs with a 5 character serial number – do not require programming. All other variations on the number of characters used for the serial numbers require diagnostic equipment to program the key fobs.

  • Ensure the ignition switch is “OFF”
  • Press and hold in the central locking button inside the vehicle for a minimum of 5 seconds
  • Vehicle doors should “Lock” and then “Unlock”
  • Within the next 10 to 15 seconds:
    • On the first key fob: Press the “Lock / Unlock” button twice (can be once on some
      models)

KeyFob RKE Programming Procedure: Renault Kangoo 1997

 

    • On the second key fob: Press the “Lock / Unlock” button twice (can be once on some models)
  • Vehicle doors should “Lock” and then “Unlock”
  • Key fobs are re-programmed.
  • Confirm operation of key fob by locking and unlocking vehicle using key fob buttons.

 

 

About Renault Kangoo

The first generation Kangoo was introduced in October 1997, and was facelifted in March 2003, with new front end nose styling, especially the grille, standardised across the Renault range, with the Renault diamond mounted on a body colour panel in the centre of the grille and teardrop headlamps.

The rear windows and seats of the Kangoo could be removed, producing the panel van Kangoo Express. The Kangoo became popular with mobility impaired and wheelchair users due to its height and accessibility, and because it could be adapted to include mounting points for wheelchairs. The rear of the vehicle is cut to allow a ramp to be fitted. A pair of front tie downs are fitted (retractable seat belts with a solonoid release to allow them to be extended, passed around the wheelchair frame, and then locked back when the solonoid is switched off and they retract); this stops the wheelchair from moving back. A pair of rear tie downs with the normal clamping buckles stop the wheelchair from moving forward. A normal, long seat belt is worn by the wheelchair user. (Source Wiki)

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