New replacement remote with all electronics, battery, and blank emergency key included. Please check that this is the correct remote for your vehicle.
PROGRAMMING: Your vehicle must be programmed to recognize the remote. In addition the emergency key must be cut to match your vehicle. Programming can only be done by a dealer or automotive locksmith with the correct programming equipment for your vehicle. Fees for programming are not included in the purchase price. Please check with your local dealership or locksmith to make sure they can properly program this remote before purchasing.
This remote will replace part numbers:
Part #: 285E3-JA02A, 285E3-JA05A
FCC ID: KR55WK48903
This remote fits the vehicles listed below:
- Nissan Altima (2007-2012)
- Nissan Maxima (2009-2012)
Programming: Dealer Only
Remote worked well
Posted by Steve on 23rd May 2017
The remote arrived in 3 days. I was able to get it programmed by the dealer the next day. Nissan needs to catch up with other brands and make these keys able to be programmed by yourself or lower the cost.
Two new 2010 Altima keys
Posted by Chip Newman on 13th Feb 2017
I ordered two keys and received them in four days from the mail. I had to call around but found one dealer in Memphis that would program both keys at the same time for one fee. Both keys programed and are working correctly thus far. Counting ordering the keys and programing the keys and having two new door keys cut, worked out to about $80 per key vs the $275 to $300 the dealer would charge coming in without a key for just one key. The real saving is by ordering two and have another spare key. I would give five stars rating to Keyless Remote.com
Nissan key fob.for 2011 Nissan Altima
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Dec 2016
We had the fob installed today at Maus Nissan in Crystal River Fl. No problems, works perfectly.
Posted by Johnny Robinson on 23rd Aug 2016
I WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO PROGAM THE REMOTE MYSELF INSTEAD OF PAYING $300.00 FOR THE DEALER THAT WILL TAKE 30-45 MIN. IT IS ANOTHER DEALSHIP RIPOFF.
Local Nissan Dealership tried to discourage us from using this remote instead of one of their "Nissan" remotes.
Posted by Keith Barrett on 23rd Aug 2016
I think all dealerships should have more of a "Can Do" attitude when dealing with these matters instead of trying to thwart competition that promotes lower costs an higher value.