The system can learn up to (4) different transmitters. If
only (2) transmitters are to be used, they should be entered twice so
that all (4) memory locations are filled. The system will remember
the transmitter codes even if the vehicle's battery is
disconnected so that routine reprogramming is not necessary.
**Note** Anytime the system is programmed, ALL transmitters
should be re-entered to avoid unintentional "bumping".
1) Locate the hole on top of the module housing. Inside the
hole is a square YELLOW button. This is the transmitter programming
2) Cycle the vehicle ignition key "ON" then "OFF". Press and
hold the yellow programming button. The horn or speaker will emit (4)
single introduction chirps or tones. The horn or speaker will emit
a conformation chirp or tone. Press the LOCK button ONLY of
the transmitter. The horn or speaker will emit a conformation
chirp or tone. Press the LOCK button ONLY of another transmitter.
Repeat until all transmitters to be used with the vehicle have been
learned. Cycle the vehicle ignition key "ON" then "OFF" to exit the
**Note:: DO NOT press any other button other than the LOCK
button while programming the transmitters. The remaining buttons
are automatically learned when the LOCK button is pressed.
Confirm that the transmitters have been learned by using
each to LOCK, and UNLOCK the vehicle doors. Place the supplied
housing label on top of the housing."
I am not sure what the "supplied housing label" is.
I believe that the module housing is mounted vertically
behind the panel on the right by the coach steps.