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If you are like most people you’re bound to have to replace your keyless remote at least once during your time owning your vehicle. Key fobs have come a long way from the days of having a few buttons to now not even needing a metal key since your remote acts as the key all while sitting in your pocket. There are many different kinds of key fobs with many different price tags. The most important thing is that you research a little online to see if you can save some money when it’s time to get a new one.

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Vehicle Years Key Fob FCC IDs Remote Part Numbers
2001 - 2003 A269ZUA111 88035AC230
2003 - 2005 A269ZUA111 88036AE060

We have added this table in an effort to provide our customers with the most information possible to be able to correctly identify the right key fob for their vehicle. Please let us know if your current remote FCC ID or part number isn't shown.
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Programing InstructionsSubaru Forester Key Fob Programming Instructions
Need help or directions to program your key fob? Below are some instructions on how to program your stock remote. Many times, reprogramming will only take a few minutes to complete and is a fairly easy process.

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Mika says:
I have a Subaru Forester 2006 with teardrop shaped remote FOB. I need another one, BUT... Apparently, it must have the 8-digit all number code inside the remote. The alpha-numeric code alone won't work! I must do the programming via the lock button method.
Clint says:
Any one have any luck with aftermarket remotes? I have a 2000 Forester and am curious if I can get away with a cheap replacement. I see some years that look to be the same remote too.
Jenson says:
I have purchased all my fob replacements online and have never been let down. Some have been a little noticeably cheaper in build quality but they have lasted as long as I had the vehicle. I'd rather run the chance of buying two remotes for less than an expensive just to loose it or have it last just as long.

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