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Q: How many remotes can I program to work at a time?

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How many remotes can I program to work at a time?

A: Up to 8 remotes can be programmed to work w...

Up to 8 remotes can be programmed to work with one vehicle. Having at least one spare is a good idea.

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If one remote is replaced, any remotes currently programmed to work with the vehicle must be reprogrammed alongside the replacement remote.

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