The dealer is exactly correct. Two remotes maximum. We've had that issue
here a couple times where the salesman unknowingly promised an extra
remote (or more). Most likely that's what happened with you. You can
probably take the remote back and get some sort of refund for the extra
remote (since you cannot use it). If you've got more than two people
using the vehicle, consider not locking with the remote. That way you'll
still be able to unlock and start with the key alone.
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On Wed, 04 Jan 2006 12:55:11 -0500, "hyundaitech"
Guess that is one brain dead thing in the design even if it affects few
persons. To presume there will never be more than two drivers or one
doesn't wasn't a 3 for service... seems a tad silly.
At least the 2006 has an option (default): Arm/Disarm By Key: This feature
allows arming and disarming the alarm system using the key.
Thus key only appears to be able to be mixed with remote usage.
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