Suzuki Wagon R 1997-2005 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure
How to Program Suzuki Wagon R KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry for the year 1997 and 2005.
Key Fob Programming Procedure (Remote)
Remote programming is a manual process for all vehicles supported.
Please follow the procedures set out below to ensure accurate programming of the remotes.
- Ensure Ignition is switch OFF and all Doors are closed.
- Open Driver‟s Door, Switch Ignition “ON”.
- Within 10 Seconds – Switch Ignition “OFF” and remove the Key from the Ignition
- Within 20 Seconds – Press Drivers door contact switch 3 times
- Within 10 Seconds – switch Ignition “ON” then “OFF”, Remove the Key from the Ignition
- Within 10 Seconds – Press the unlock button.
About Suzuki Wagon R
The first generation Wagon R is 1,640 mm (64.6 in) high, or 255 mm (10.0 in) taller (170 mm (6.7 in) internally) than the JDM Suzuki Alto sold at the same time (which was exactly the same length and width). The R used the same 660 cc F6A three-cylinder engines as did the Alto and other Suzuki kei cars. Originally with two doors on the left side and a single door on the right (driver’s) side, it was introduced at the 1993 Tokyo Motor Show. In August 1996 the more common, symmetrical five-door setup became available and soon supplanted the earlier body style. For model year 1994, it won the Automotive Researchers’ and Journalists’ Conference Car of the Year award in Japan.
The rebadged Autozam AZ Wagon was presented in September 1994. Also using the F6A engine, this model was marketed through Mazda’s Autozam network as part of an OEM deal. After April 1997, this was sold as the “Mazda AZ Wagon.”
A bigger first generation Wagon R, the Suzuki Wagon R+, was added in early 1997 and manufactured in Japan until the end of 2000 for the European market. The car featured a wider body and the K10A naturally aspirated engine with 996 cc and four-cylinders. The same Wagon R+ was also available with a 1.2-litre K12A engine.
1998 saw the introduction of the second-generation Wagon R in Japan.
The larger (non-kei) Wagon R+ was replaced in 1999 – this was brought to Europe in 2000, with larger engines and was sold as the Suzuki Wagon R-Wide. This larger version is also produced in Esztergom in Hungary by Magyar Suzuki and in Gurgaon, India by Maruti Suzuki. The Opel Agila is a badge engineered version of the Suzuki Wagon R-Wide, also introduced in summer 2000. This generation of Maruti Suzuki Wagon R in India was produced until 2010. (Source Wiki)