Galaxy Remote Car Starter Key FOB Instructions
By Jennifer Williams
The Galaxy is a key fob automobile remote. Program the Galaxy to lock and unlock doors, start and cut off the engine, and sound a panic alarm. The Galaxy key fob's clearly marked face buttons make operation possible at a glance. The Galaxy key fob remote sports a closed lock picture on the button used to lock the vehicle, an open lock picture for unlocking, a car icon for remote start and a star button for Panic Mode.
Program the Key Fob Transmitter
Insert the ignition key into the ignition and turn it to the on position without starting the vehicle. Turn it off again, then on, then off, then on, and watch the parking lights flash three times.
Press the "Override" button and hold it for five seconds. Watch for five flashes of the parking lights and notice the key fob LED face light up.
Press the first button (button one) on the key fob and watch for two flashes of the parking lights.
Turn the ignition key to the "Off" position and watch for three flashes of the parking lights, which indicates successful programming.
Remote Vehicle Locking and Unlocking; Panic Mode
Lock the vehicle remotely by turning the ignition key to the "Off" position and turning the vehicle off. Press "Button One" and listen for the beep of the key fob and the click of the doors locking.
Unlock the vehicle by pressing "Button One." Listen for the beep of the key fob and watch for two flashes of the parking lights.
Activate Panic Mode by holding button one for three seconds. Wait for the vehicle's horn to sound, the parking lights to flash and the doors to unlock. If the vehicle is on when Panic Mode is initiated, the doors lock. Deactivate Panic Mode by pressing "Button Two" for three seconds.
Remote Start and Shut-Off
Press "Button Four" and hold it for three seconds. Watch for the parking light to illuminate and listen for the starting of the vehicle.
Drive the vehicle by turning the ignition key to the "On" position and tapping the brake pedal to disengage the remote.
Shut the vehicle off by pressing "Button Four" or pressing the brake pedal.
An attorney for more than 18 years, Jennifer Williams has served the Florida Judiciary as supervising attorney for research and drafting, and as appointed special master. Williams has a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Jacksonville University, law degree from NSU's Shepard-Broad Law Center and certificates in environmental law and Native American rights from Tulsa University Law.