Volkswagen Bora 1997-2005 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure
Re-initializing Procedure (01-04 vehicles only)
Note. If battery is replaced inside key fob or if key fob buttons are operated repeatedly whilst vehicle is out of range and central locking / alarm system becomes inoperative, carry out the following reinitializing procedure.
- Press either the “Lock” or “Unlock” button on the key fob
- Within the next 60 seconds: Manually “Unlock” driver’s side door
- Key fob is re-initialized.
- Confirm operation of key fob by locking and unlocking vehicle using key fob buttons.
- Repeat above procedure to re-initialize any remaining key fobs.
About Volkswagen Bora
In 2004, a new range of Pumpe-Düse (PD) Unit Injector diesel engines was offered. The design employed unit injectors along with additional electronics and emissions equipment to meet emissions standards in Europe and North America, and is more complex than diesel engines previously offered.
To accomplish the task of producing sufficient power while meeting emissions standards, the “PD” technology injects fuel directly into the combustion chamber at pressures up to 2,050 bar (30,000 psi). The purpose of the high pressure is to promote fine atomization of the fuel, which supports more complete combustion.
To reduce noise, the engine employs a “pilot injection” system that injects a small amount of fuel prior to the main injection. All of the new generation of diesel engines required a special motor oil to meet Volkswagen oil specification 505.01 (or newer), noting that serious damage to the engine, particularly the camshaft and injectors, will result if oil not meeting this standard is used.
The car was manufactured using highly mechanised presses, improved measuring techniques, and laser welding of the roof. In crash tests, the fourth-generation car received very good marks. In the New Car Assessment Program tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the car received five out of five stars for both driver and passenger protection in a 56-km/h (35-mph) frontal impact. New side-impact tests at 62 km/h (38.5 mph) awarded the car four out of five stars for both driver and rear-seat passenger protection. Side-curtain airbags became standard in the 2001 model year. In the more severe 64-km/h (40-mph) offset test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Mark 4 was awarded the highest score of “Good”. Injury, collision, and theft losses were low for a car of its class. (Source Wiki)