Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Key Fob and Driver number in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Hi
When i bought my truck i had 2 keyfobs, when putting the key in the igition for each it ...
Automobile(s): Escalade ESV Platinum 2004 ::: BMW 750iL 2000
Key Fob and Driver number
When i bought my truck i had 2 keyfobs, when putting the key in the igition for each it said "Driver 1" and "Driver 2", now when i do it they are both "Driver 1", so how did dirver 2 get reset to driver 1?
Also how many drivers can you have? (i assume 2 as thats how many seat memories it has)
Great link Dutchman. The first link says the process will erase all previous fobs and the second link tells how to assign number one and number two on the door panel switch but how does the op assign the remotes to driver one and driver two? When you can program up to four remotes in the first link do you know if the vehicle assigns them and remembers them in order as remote one, two, three, etc?
Edit: after re reading this I wonder if you assign the remotes in the first link, then pick the one you want to be driver one, use it to lock/unlock the car, set your number one settings, then press and hold the driver one button on the door. Then lock/unlock the door with the remote you want to use as driver two, make all your settings and press and hold the driver two button on the door and now the truck remembers which remote was driver one and which one was driver two? Maybe it works that way?
Guys the fobs are assigned in the order you program them
I know as my dad got a replacement fob(only came with one) for his h2
The dealer programmed mine as being driver 1 and his as driver 2
When we got home I reprogrammed them using the steps I have and it worked like a charm till my remote crapped out(it was replaced under warranty)and I had to do it again
No need for a tech-2 and you can program up to 4 remotes to one truck but only two is tied to the memory system for the seat the other two only recall the DIC settings