What’s your volvos keyless entry number?
A keyless entry system is an electronic lock that controls access to a building or vehicle without using a traditional mechanical key. The term keyless entry system originally meant a lock controlled by a keypad located at or near the driver’s door, that required pressing a predetermined (or self-programmed) numeric code for entry.
MVS Forum Member asummers asks:
Hello, this holiday weekend I pulled the glove box out of the dash to get a look at the keyless remote “black” box. The only box that I saw was located on the right hand side of the glove box, mounted vertically. It had an fcc warning on it, a barcode with a big A over it, and these numbers…207813 was on a sticker, and WG1G114B 503AB2A was below the bar code. I have a picture of the black box, but I dont know how to put a picture on my post.
My question is does anyone know which of these numbers I need to match up on the back of the remote key fobs?
MVS Forum Member Ozark Lee says:
The keyless entry numbers that you were looking for is the smaller number to the left of the sticker. The CWTTFWBIG FCC number and the part number 9148645.
You need the CWTTFWBIG FCC Code / 9148646 Part number remote. Don’t buy one unless you can verify that the remote fob has those keyless numbers.
MVS Forum Member Kappy5003 added:
Hi I too have an 96 850 that I believe was fitted with an optional basic alarm, that someone has disabled.
I see that to recognise the receiver ones needs to remove glovebox which is the reason behind this post.
Can someone point me in the right direction on how this is done, Ive removed the torx screws that holds the glovebox and that is as far as I can get.
MVS Forum Member Delboy3867 says:
Hey, I’ve read a few articles that make it sound like you can program any Volvo remote for your model number to your car by a combination of turning off and on the ignition to position 2, 5 times and clicking the remote. This sounds too easy – do I need to first make sure the remote matches the car by the numbers listed above? Thanks guys.