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Code Alarm Catx-50 Original Remote Control For Ca-1050, Ca-2050 & Ca-5050 on 2040-parts.com

US $29.95
Location:

Deltona, Florida, United States

Deltona, Florida, United States
This remote was used on a demo board. It is in excellent condition and has been tested.
Brand:Code Alarm Number of Remotes:1 Model:CATX-50 Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:FCC ID H50T43

This listing is for a used CATX-50 original remote control. It was used in a demo board so it is in excellent condition and has been tested. You can find the programming instructions at voxrightnowdotcusthelpdotcom or see below


It will work with CA-1050, CA-2050 and CA-5050 code alarms. 

Programming the Code Alarm CATX50 Transmitter

CATX50 Programming Guide

Additional Information: The CATX50 is a replacement transmitter for the CA1050CA2050 and CA5050.

To Program the CATX50 Transmitter:

  1. Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  2. Press and release the Programming button switch 3 times.
  3. Press and hold the LOCK button of the transmitter you wish to program.
  4. The lights will flash 1 time, indicating that the system is accepting the programming of channel #1 which
    is lock. Repeat step 3 for each transmitter you wish to program.
  5. Press and release the valet push button switch 1 time to advance to channel 2.
  6. Press and hold the UNLOCK button of the transmitter you wish to program.
  7. The lights will flash 1 time, indicating that the system is accepting the programming of channel #2 which
    is unlock. Repeat step 6 for each transmitter you wish to program.
  8. Press and release the valet push button switch 1 time to advance to channel 3.
  9. Press and hold the TRUNK button of the transmitter you wish to program.
  10. The lights will flash 1 time, indicating that the system is accepting the programming of channel #3 which
    is trunk. Repeat step 9 for each transmitter you wish to program.
  11. Press and release the valet push button switch 1 time to advance to channel 4.
  12. Press and hold the STAR button of the transmitter you wish to program.
  13. The lights will flash 1 time, indicating that the system is accepting the programming of channel #4 which
    is remote start. Repeat step 12 for each transmitter you wish to program.

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