how do you reset a remote control to lock and unlock the cab for a freightliner century 1998.
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Is your system a factory installed system? You said you flipped a switch where the security device is. Can you see a name on it?
I have never done a remote program on a Freightliner Century class truck before. Most automobiles are very similar. Here is a site for the Freightliner RVs. Maybe your system is similar?
In most automobiles, you get in the driver seat and close, lock the doors.. You turn the key on and wait a few seconds. You then cycle the key on and off either 5 or 8 times. The doors will unlock and lock to signal you are in programming mode. You then push the unlock button on the transmitter. The doors will unlock and relock to signify it received the signal from the transmitter. After a few seconds, the door locks will cycle again to signify you are out of programming mode.
A few vehicle require the driver door to be open when they don't work with the door closed. Give these a shot and see how they work out. I will continue to look and see if I can find instructions for you in case they don't work.
well....I paid $50.00 to get this kind of response and it took a long time to get it.
I will ask for a refund
thanks for your time
I apologize it took so long for you to get a response. There are several experts online, but not all of them have the info needed to solve every concern for every customer. I just got online and answered your question first since I saw you had a high urgency.\ making you my number one priority.
I apologize for the delay. Thank you for using Just Answer.
Relist: Inaccurate answer.did not get answer to my question, just a general response which is no good for me
Since you rated me as poor service, I will opt out and let another expert attempt to assist you. I was honest in my response and apologize that you had to wait for a response.
Please do not reply for it will lock me back on the question and another expert will not see your question.
I understand but I ask for a specific equipment.
Your answer can be good to car owner but not for me.
In 1998 freightliner had a security system on Century truck, but now it is not a factory item, only older tecnitien know how to do it.
My rate to the service is not toward you specialy. It is agains the program that said a expert is waiting to respond to me and it took a long time before I got a response.
I had to get a solution fast because I had a load to pickup tomorow morning so I got a service man to come and fix my truck so it can start.
I understand. Your ratings are on the technicians themselves and not the service. They are rated for how we provided our personal services to you.
I understand the importance for I used to drive a truck and owned one for 12 years before switching to tech work full time. I signed on at 1930 Eastern time, saw your question, stated I never reset one one your make and model of vehicle, and offered solutions for how they are done on the cars because I didn't know and was trying any option I could think of instead of having you sit a second longer. That is why my response was to you within 6 minutes of my signing onto the service. I understand the importance on OTPU and OTD for that is your livelihood. That is why I stated that I will keep looking on the internet until I got a response, which was a poor service rating. I haven't assisted anyone else and put everyone else on my screen on hold until I was able to find a solution for you. So if possible, may I get my personal rating reversed? If you don't want to pay for the question, just let the question time out or contact customer service. I can also contact customer service for you.
I do apologize for the delay in waiting and understand your frustration. Rating my personal service as bad affects me individually, not Just Answers.com.
I am glad you were able to get the assistance needed, although it wasn't through me or anyone here where it could have saved you some funds in the long run. Have a good evening and be safe out there!