About the Audiovox VUFCRC
A replacement remote for older vehicles
A replacement remote for older vehicles
Got an older car or truck that needs a new remote? Audiovox designed the VUFCRC remote to replace the factory remote in compatible vehicles ranging from 1987 to 2003. It includes 6-button operation and is water-resistant to hold up against tough conditions. And Audiovox backs up this remote with a 3-year warranty.
Easy to setup, easy to use
Audiovox includes instructions that walk you through finding and entering your vehicle's pairing code, as well as linking the remote with your vehicle. In minutes, you'll have a new remote. In addition to buttons for door lock, panic alarm, trunk release, and other standard factory functionality, it also provides two auxiliary buttons in case you add an alarm, convertible top open/close module, or a remote starter.
Note: Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep vehicles require one existing, working factory remote for pairing.
Compatibility note: This replacement car remote only works on vehicles with a factory-installed remote keyless entry system. Please check with your local dealership if you're not sure that your vehicle has the factory-installed system.
- replaces factory remote control for select 1987-2003 vehicles
- 6-button design
- covers lock, unlock, trunk/hatch release, panic alarm
- two auxiliary buttons that can be used with other alarm or remote start systems
- water-resistant design
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # VUFCRC
What's in the box:
- One replacement car remote
- CR1632 battery (installed)
- User guide
Audiovox VUFCRC reviews
This item says it works on a Lexus LX450. After many many tries, the FOB never worked. I ended up ordering a Lexus FOB. Programming for the Lexus FOB worked very first try. Lexus used a few different security systems. The FOB might work on a different system. Crutchfield was great and let me return. It's worth a try, as the price was super cheap vs. factory/OEM FOBS.
Pros: Cheap. Worth a try at this price.
Cons: Doesn't work as advertised
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After a slight problem with the programming, I was able to successfully program the remote to work perfectly in my 1995 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo. I called the VOXX helpline on the instruction sheet, and by the time they called me back (the rep wanted a few minutes to research the issue... and he called me back within 15 minutes), I had solved the problem myself. Probably only spent less than 10 minutes to make multiple tries until I realized what the issue was. Nice product, quality feel to it, and significantly less $ than most of what i saw elsewhere and great customer service. Fast shipping and delivery from Crutchfield, and a great price too!)
Pros: Price, customer service from the manufacturer, quality product
Cons: One part of programming instructions for my vehicle was inaccurate (in my case... may have been a glitch on my vehicle), but I was still able to successfully program.
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More details on the Audiovox VUFCRC
Overview: The Audiovox VURCRC is a vehicle remote control designed to be a factory replacement or an additional remote that works with select vehicles ranging from 1989 through 2002.
Note: The Audiovox replacement remote control can only be used on vehicles equipped with a factory installed remote keyless entry system. If you are unsure if your vehicle has a factory installed keyless entry system, please check with a local car dealership.
Remote Buttons: The replacement remote features 6 buttons for covering the most common features of a wide range of vehicles.
- Lock: Locks vehicle doors and may arm a factory alarm, if equipped.
- Unlock: Unlocks vehicle doors and may disarm a factory alarm, if equipped.
- Panic: Sounds the factory alarm panic alert, if equipped.
- Trunk: Releases vehicle trunk lid, if equipped.
- Function I and II: These two buttons will operate additional features the factory remote may have.
- Blue Status Light: A blue Status LED at the top of the remote indicates when a button is pressed and when the remote is in Activation mode.
Note: Some vehicles require holding the Trunk, Panic, and/or Function buttons for up to 3 seconds to activate that feature. Refer to original remote operation for specifics.
Activation and Pairing: The first step in getting the remote to operate is looking up the vehicle in the provided User Guide. Each year/model includes an Activation code and a Pairing number. Entering the Activation code tells the remote what vehicle it's working with and the factory remote button functionality. The Pairing number refers to one of 13 pairing procedures listed in the User Guide. Following the appropriate pairing procedure for your vehicle then allows the remote to work with that factory system (pairing procedures may vary widely depending on vehicle type). Note: Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep vehicles require one existing, working remote for pairing.