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rubberman
10-04-2001, 03:16 PM
I bought a spare keyless entry remote for my 98 Blazer. Wondering if anyone knows how to program it? I have search the web and cant find an answer. I also dont want to pay a GM mechanic for 30 seconds worth of work. Any help appreciated.

Rich
10-04-2001, 05:05 PM
Im not 100% sure on this, but im pretty sure that you need to get it coded at the dealer, u need some special piece of equipment to code it the same as the other remotes.

Like I said I am not 100% sure on this, hopefully someone else here can give you a positive answer one way or the other.

Tireburner
11-06-2001, 09:00 AM
Direct from GM's S/T 1998 Manual page 8-856

Transmitter Programming:

1)With the driver door closed, hold down the power unlock button on the door panel.

2)Turn the ignition switch to the ON position

3)Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position

4)Turn the ignition switch to the ON position

5)Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position

6)Release the power unlock button on the door panel.
The remote control door lock reciever will respond in the following manner in order to indicate that the receiver is in the programming mode:

6.1)Locking the doors

6.2)Unlocking the doors

IMPORTANT:
All extra transmitters must be programmed at this time. When a new transmitter is programmed it will deactivate the old transmitters.

7)Hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the transmitter until the remote control door lock reciever will respond in the following manner:

7.1)Locking the doors

7.2)Unlocking the doors

8)Repeat step 7 for each additional transmitter

9) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position in order to exit the transmitter programming mode.


Hope that helps. :D

brentoleary
12-25-2001, 11:41 PM
Anyone know the procedure for a 2001 Pontiac Montana, I tried the following to no avail.

1. Hold Unlock Button
2. Ignition On, Off, On, Off

The system did not respond by locking and unlocking the doors.
It was also unable to program the remote.

Thanks

Tireburner
12-26-2001, 08:25 AM
This is from GM's 1999 book. It should be the same.

Important! Once the BCM enters program mode, all transmitters must be programmed at the same time. Any transmitters not learned at this time will be erased.

1) Remove the key from the ignition cylinder

2) Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the fuse panel

3) Close all the doors

4) Close the liftgate

5) Turn the ign lock cylinder to the ACC. position

6) Turn the ignition lock cylinder to OFF, and then back to ACC within 1 second

7) Open and close any door
Achim will be heard when the system enters the BCM programming mode

IMPORTANT!
After 7 seconds a chime may be heard confirming successful synchronization. It is necessar to wait approximately 14 seconds for a second chime that will confirm successful programming.

8) Press and hold the transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously for 14 seconds

9) Repeat the previous step on each additional transmitter to be programmed.

10) Remove the ignition key from the ignition cylinder

11) Install the BCM PRGRM fuse back into the fuse panel.

brentoleary
12-26-2001, 10:57 AM
I used thsi procedure for my 2001 Pontiac Montana and it worked like a charm.

Thanks Tureburner!

This is from GM's 1999 book. It should be the same.

Important! Once the BCM enters program mode, all transmitters must be programmed at the same time. Any transmitters not learned at this time will be erased.

1) Remove the key from the ignition cylinder

2) Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the fuse panel

3) Close all the doors

4) Close the liftgate

5) Turn the ign lock cylinder to the ACC. position

6) Turn the ignition lock cylinder to OFF, and then back to ACC within 1 second

7) Open and close any door
Achim will be heard when the system enters the BCM programming mode

IMPORTANT!
After 7 seconds a chime may be heard confirming successful synchronization. It is necessar to wait approximately 14 seconds for a second chime that will confirm successful programming.

8) Press and hold the transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously for 14 seconds

9) Repeat the previous step on each additional transmitter to be programmed.

10) Remove the ignition key from the ignition cylinder

11) Install the BCM PRGRM fuse back into the fuse panel.

rjones2001
12-27-2001, 04:42 PM
By any chance, do any of u know how to program remote for 1995 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight?

Tireburner
12-28-2001, 08:26 AM
rjones2001:

1) Turn ignition switch to the OFF position. Use a fused jumper wire (3amp fuse should be substantial) and connect Data Link Connector (DLC) terminals "G" (Purple/White wire) and "A" (Black/ White wire). Door locks, fuel door and trunk lid release should activate in approximately 2 seconds.

2) Press any button on one transmitter. Door locks, fuel door and trunk lid release should activate in approxomately 2 seconds. First transmitter is now programmed. Repeat this step using other transmitter. Disconnect jumper wire from DLC.

If I remember correctly your DLC is on the bottom of the dash on the right side of the steering column.

rjones2001
01-07-2002, 01:56 PM
ok Tireburner, im having a hard time figuring this out (not techinical car minded) Does the Data Link Connector have prongs that a black. I have 10 small black prongs and 6 whites prongs. (i hope this is the DLC)

Tireburner
01-07-2002, 02:13 PM
Bolted to the bottom edge of the dash, just to the passenger side of the steering column is a black plug. It may have a cap that says diagnostic on it, otherwise it is a 16 pin plug, 8 holes wide and two holes high.

On the back of the plug will be 8 wires

light green
black
black with white stripe
another black with white stripe
tan
light blue
dark green
orange

You don't need to take the dash apart to get to the plug, but you may need to take the bottom of the dash panel off to get to the wires.

Let me know what you find.

rjones2001
01-08-2002, 10:24 PM
Thank u tireburner, that was helpful being very techincal so I could figure it out. I went to auto store and got a fuse wire hooked it to the 2 termnals which were purple/white and black/white. I got one of the two remotes I ordered from Ebay to work. Now my only problem is one remote will not activate. i think the remote is broken because i put new batteries in and it still would not accept it, althothough the dealer said the FCC Number would work. Do u know anywhere to buy used remotes other than Ebay. i prefer not to get ripped of again. (See why the person sold the broken remote) Dumped the broken one on me.

Tireburner
01-09-2002, 08:15 AM
I have a bunch of factory remotes for different vehicles. If you could send me a picture of the one that works, I could check my supply and see if I have one.

rjones2001
01-09-2002, 09:50 PM
Ok, the buick remote works fine. The specifications stated on the back are GM Part Number (25602667.68.69); Model/FCC ID (ABOO302T, DOC/MDC 218 K800);and made by United Technologies Automotive

rjones2001
01-09-2002, 09:56 PM
Now the pontiac remote for some reason does not program. im thinking its because it may be broken (have tried new batteries) or because the DOC/MDC appear different from the buick. Now a dealership in my area said the FCC ID for the Pontiac should work for my car. The specifications on the back of this remote are GM Part Number (25602667.68.69); Model/FCC ID: (ABOO3O3T, DOC/MDC: 218 K1033); and made by United Technologies Automotive.

Tireburner
01-10-2002, 08:22 AM
I will dig through my remotes tonight and see what I can find.

audiotech
01-11-2002, 05:17 PM
hey guys , I am new here . I was wondering if someone could help me figure out how to program a keyless remote for a 95 Blazer . I have done one before on a T/A I had , but the wire configuration in the diagnostic terminal is different here , there are only 6 wires in the back of it . Thanks !

Tireburner
01-14-2002, 09:04 AM
My 95 Book doesn't show programming, so I went to the 96 book. As near as I can tell the vehicles are the same I'm not showing a change until 98, so from 94-97 this info should be correct.

1) Ground terminal No. 8(black/white wire) of Data Link Connector (DLC) Located under lower left side of dash. Reciever will respond by locking and unlocking doors within 2 seconds. Press any button of first transmitter to be programmed. Control module will respond by locking/unlocking all doors and activationg liftgate release

2) Press any button of second transmitter to be programmed. Control module will again respond by locking/unlocking all doors and activating hatch release. Remove ground from DLC terminal 8. Transmitter operation can then be verified. Attempt all functions with remote.

Tireburner
01-15-2002, 08:35 AM
Originally posted by rjones2001
Now the pontiac remote for some reason does not program. im thinking its because it may be broken (have tried new batteries) or because the DOC/MDC appear different from the buick. Now a dealership in my area said the FCC ID for the Pontiac should work for my car. The specifications on the back of this remote are GM Part Number (25602667.68.69); Model/FCC ID: (ABOO3O3T, DOC/MDC: 218 K1033); and made by United Technologies Automotive.


I found two remotes identical to each other. I believe they are from a Suburban approx. 95 year.

GM P/N 15955702
DOC/MDC 218 K1035
FCC ID ABO 01047

I don't have X reference guides on these remotes to see what they are compatible with, but most GM vehicles from that time period used TRW systems.

The ones I have have "Lock" on the left, "Unlock" on the right, and "Rear" on the bottom center.

If you would like to send me your address via e-mail, I will mail one or both to you and you can see if they will program.

Jack@directed.com

zippy6000
01-18-2002, 11:13 AM
You have some great tips posted here. I want to thank you very much!! I have a '99 Tahoe that has remote keyless entry and remote start. The only problem with this is that they are on two different controllers. I was wondering if the stock keyless entry is smart enough to be programmed to accept a new transmitter that can do all of the above.

Any ideas? I have a transmitter from crimestopper that can do both.

Please let me know.

Tireburner
01-18-2002, 11:20 AM
zippy6000

Your Crimestopper, provided it has the outputs to do door locks, will do your keyless and remote start. But, you can not program the factory remote to the Crimestopper unit.

They two units operate off of different frequencies. Sorry.

zippy6000
01-18-2002, 11:26 AM
Thanks for the quick reply. The Crimestopper remote is from a different car. I just got the Tahoe and I don't know what remote start system it has in it.

So is there anyway at all that I could get it down to one remote. Except for installing a new remote start/keyless entry combo and bypassing everything that is in it now?

Tireburner
01-18-2002, 11:31 AM
Originally posted by zippy6000
Thanks for the quick reply. The Crimestopper remote is from a different car. I just got the Tahoe and I don't know what remote start system it has in it.

So is there anyway at all that I could get it down to one remote. Except for installing a new remote start/keyless entry combo and bypassing everything that is in it now?

Unfortunately, that would be your only option. The thing to watch out for is if the Crimestopper is an older unit, putting a new Crimestopper in, they may not be cross programmable.

Tireburner
01-25-2002, 11:16 AM
Originally posted by audiotech
hey guys , I am new here . I was wondering if someone could help me figure out how to program a keyless remote for a 95 Blazer . I have done one before on a T/A I had , but the wire configuration in the diagnostic terminal is different here , there are only 6 wires in the back of it . Thanks !

Sorry it took so long, but I finally found a GM tech that would help.

Drop the underdash. there are 3 -7mm holding it up. Right next to the parking brake mounted on the underdash pane is a module. This is you keyless entry module.

Ground the black wire with the white stripe wire

The doors will lock then unlock, and the hatch should pop

press lock on each remote one at a time

The doors should lock/ unlock to confirm the remote(s)

Remove ground from black/white wire.

Hope that helps! :D

audiotech
01-26-2002, 11:52 AM
Hi Tireburner,
I tried the module procedure on my 95 Blazer and it worked like a charm . Just a thank you note , you certainly went out of your way to help me out , and I really appreciate it .

Thanks again.

Tireburner
02-04-2002, 12:12 PM
Originally posted by audiotech
Hi Tireburner,
I tried the module procedure on my 95 Blazer and it worked like a charm . Just a thank you note , you certainly went out of your way to help me out , and I really appreciate it .

Thanks again.
.

Happy to be of service!!!

Brokenbone
02-05-2002, 12:24 PM
Appreciate all the tips provided for this thread especially grateful to Tireburner for the manual excerpts.
For our vehicle, '97 Chevy Suburban, I attempted programming a transmitter from the recommendations provided by Tireburner on the '98 Blazer but wasn't successful. I researched Tireburner's recommendation for the '95 Blazer; after looking under the dash near the parking brake, I couldn't identify the keyless entry module or the black and striped wires noted.
Is the '95 Blazer procedure the right direction to take? If so, could the keyless entry module be in a different location than the Blazer and/or are there any distinguishable marks that may help a shadetree dummy like myself identify this module? Thanks for your time!

Tireburner
02-05-2002, 12:38 PM
Originally posted by Brokenbone
Appreciate all the tips provided for this thread especially grateful to Tireburner for the manual excerpts.
For our vehicle, '97 Chevy Suburban, I attempted programming a transmitter from the recommendations provided by Tireburner on the '98 Blazer but wasn't successful. I researched Tireburner's recommendation for the '95 Blazer; after looking under the dash near the parking brake, I couldn't identify the keyless entry module or the black and striped wires noted.
Is the '95 Blazer procedure the right direction to take? If so, could the keyless entry module be in a different location than the Blazer and/or are there any distinguishable marks that may help a shadetree dummy like myself identify this module? Thanks for your time!

Provided you have a factory system the following proceedure will work.

1)Ground terminal #8 (black/white wire)of Data Link connector (DLC) Receiver willl respond by locking / unlocking all doors within 2 seconds. Press and hold LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the remote simeltaneously on first transmitter until locks cycle (lock then unlock)

2) Press and hold LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simeltaneously on second transmitter until the locks cycle

Remove ground from black white wire pin # 8 at DLC


Transmitter function can now be verified..

DLC is located under drivers side of dash, bolted directly to the bottom of the dash panel

Hope this helps!

Brokenbone
02-06-2002, 11:17 AM
Tireburner: Thanks for the information on programming our keyless remotes for the '97 Suburban. The procedures listed went exactly as you described. Your expertise and willingness to share it is certainly appreciated.
Brokenbone

Tireburner
02-06-2002, 11:24 AM
Brokenbone:

Thank You! Happy that I could be of assistance! :D

gary7622
02-08-2002, 11:04 AM
I have tried all the methods listed and none of them work on my car. Does anyone have the info on this car? The remote is a GM/UTA FCC# K0BUT1BT.

Tireburner
02-08-2002, 11:12 AM
ATTENTION!!!

IF YOUR VEHICLE IS NOT SPECIFICALLY LISTED, DO NOT ATTEMPT REMOTE PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS THAT ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO YOUR VEHICLE. DAMAGE TO THE CLASS 2 DATA COMMUNICATION SYSTEM COULD OCCUR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please ask!! I will do everything I can to find the proper programming!!

Thanks.

Tireburner
02-08-2002, 11:38 AM
Originally posted by gary7622
I have tried all the methods listed and none of them work on my car. Does anyone have the info on this car? The remote is a GM/UTA FCC# K0BUT1BT.

Transmitter programming per the GM manual:

Important:

Before entering the programming mode, verify the possession of all the transmitters you will be using on the vehicle. Once you program the transmitter, the memory erases the other transmitters. You may program up to 4 transmitters

1) Turn OFF the ignition switch

2) Usa a fused jumper (3 amp is sufficient) and connect terminal 8 (back/white wire) to terminal 4 (black wire)

3) Close all the doors

4) Turn ON the ignition switch
the doors will lock

5) Press and hold the following buttons on one of the transmitters for 30 seconds:
lock and unlock

6) After a 30 second delay, the doors will lock and unlock

Important:
DO NOT turn OFF the ignition . If the switch is turned OFF the first transmitter becomes inoperative.

7) In order to program extra transmitters repeat Step 5

8)Disconnect the fused jumper wire from the data link connector

9) Turn off ignition

10) Verify functions of all programmed transmitters.

gary7622
02-08-2002, 12:01 PM
Thanks Tireburner,

That worked like a charm:D

Tireburner
02-08-2002, 12:03 PM
You are wecome Sir!!

Enjoy your weekend!!

rjones2001
02-15-2002, 10:48 PM
tireburner, u gave me info on programming the 95 Olds 88 a few months ago and it worked great. I recently bought another used car. It is a 1997 Chevrolet Lumina LS that has the keyless entry standard. When I bought the car, the dealer gave me one set of keys and 1 remote fob that was programed and worked on the car. Unfortanetely, the dealer will not provide another remote fob, so im going to buy 1 off of ebay. Now, the dealer was not kind in allowing to programing a remote if i bring one in. I was wondering, can I use the same directions that u gave me for 95 Olds 88 (grounding pin 4 and 8) or is it different for 97 Chevy Lumina LS?
(sorry for writing so much :)

Tireburner
02-19-2002, 08:46 AM
rjones2001:

1-Open trunk

2-Remove rigt rear trim panel

3-Taped to a harness near the antenna mast (sorry that's the description the book gives) is a single pin plug going no where. Wire color in that plug is probably black/white.

4-Ground that wire. The door locks will respond by locking, then unlocking

5-Press and hold Lock and Unlock buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds

6-The doors will lock then unlock indicating the system has learned that transmitter

7-Repeat step 5 for all remaining transmitters

8-Remove ground from the program jumper

9-Verify proper remote functions.

The keyless reciever appears to be mounted to the right side of the right rear speaker in the trunk seperation panel. If you must go there because you can't find the program jumper where previously described, the program wire is in pin L. It is a black/white wire at the keyless reciever.

That should get you through this!!

Rich
02-19-2002, 02:01 PM
Tireburner...Heres a tricky one, Id appreciate any help tho.

I need to re-program a Keyless entry on a 91 Caprice Classic.

I know it might be tricky to find, but any help is appreciated.


Thanks

--Rich

Tireburner
02-20-2002, 08:35 AM
Rich,

I will do my best. There is a GM dealer that only calls occasionally, but I try and stockpile a list of cars I don't have and ask him to get the info for them, so be patient!

Tireburner
02-20-2002, 08:40 AM
From an e-mail I recieved:

I am hoping you could help, reading the forums you seem to be the expert . I need to program two remote entries for this 99 aurora with memory seats and mirrors. could you please tell me how its done. thanks rawone

Reply:

If having the memory systems activate when using the factory remotes, you must have the remotes programmed by GM using the TECH 2 programmer. If you are not concerned with the remotes activating the memory systems, the following programming will work.

1- Turn off ignition

2-Use a 3amp fused wire and jump pin #8 to pin # 4 at the diagnostic connector located under the dr ivers side of the dash. Pin # 4 is solid black wire at the connector and Pin # 8 is also solid black (according to my diagrams)

3- Close all the doors

4-Turn ON the ignition

5-Press and hold LOCK and UNLOCK on one transmitter until the doors lock, then unlock (approx. 30 seconds)

6- repeat step 5 for every transmitter being programmed

7- DO NOT TURN OFF THE IGNITION!!! Remove the fused jumper first, then turn off the ign and verify remote functions.

loverbob
02-22-2002, 06:16 PM
Would anyone know how to program the Keyless Remote on the 2000 Chevy Silverado? If I can find this info, it would save me a couple of bucks.

rjones2001
02-22-2002, 11:36 PM
tireburner, i will let u know how the remotes work on lumina as soon as ebay sellers mail me the remotes. Thanks for the instructions.

Tireburner
02-25-2002, 08:20 AM
Originally posted by loverbob
Would anyone know how to program the Keyless Remote on the 2000 Chevy Silverado? If I can find this info, it would save me a couple of bucks.

1- Start with the ignition OFF, hold down the power unlock button on the door panel. Turn the ignition key ON,OFF,ON,OFF. Release power unlock button on the door panel. The locks will cycle once.

2- Hold down the keyless entry transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons for 15 seconds. The locks will again cycle once.

3- Repeat step #2 for each additional keyless entry transmitter.

4- Turn the ignition ON to exit the keyless entry transmitter programming mode. Programming is now complete.

Tireburner
02-26-2002, 08:57 AM
Posted by Korupt:

Can anyone tell me how I might be able to program my keyless entry remote for my 96 Bonneville? Thanks

1- Turn ignition OFF. Connect a 3 amp fused jumper wire between Data Link Conector (DLC) terminals #8 (black/ white wire) and #4 (black wire)

2- Turn ignition on. Press and hold LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on one transmitter. Repeat for additional transmitters.

3- Disconnect jumper wire

4- Turn off ignition and verify transmitter functions.

Tireburner
02-28-2002, 08:17 AM
From an e-mail I received: Keyless programming 94 Grand Prix.


1-Open trunk

2-Remove rigt rear trim panel

3-Taped to a harness near the antenna mast (sorry that's the description the book gives) is a single pin plug going no where. Wire color in that plug is probably black/white.

4-Ground that wire. The door locks will respond by locking, then unlocking

5-Press and hold Lock and Unlock buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds

6-The doors will lock then unlock indicating the system has learned that transmitter

7-Repeat step 5 for all remaining transmitters

8-Remove ground from the program jumper

9-Verify proper remote functions.

The keyless reciever appears to be mounted to the right side of the right rear speaker in the trunk seperation panel. If you must go there because you can't find the program jumper where previously described, the program wire is in pin L. It is a black/white wire at the keyless reciever.

roberthenry
03-01-2002, 10:00 PM
Can someone tell me how to reprogram a remote to fit my '97 Buick Riviera? Any ideas on where I can get a new remote without paying an arm and a leg? I have seen a bunch of remotes on ebay, but none specific to my car. Are there any other car remotes that are compatible to my car?

Thanks.

rjones2001
03-02-2002, 03:05 PM
roberthenry, i found out through http://www.gmpartsdirect.com that your 1997 Buick Riveria has the part number 25678792. GM assigns a particular part number that can work for different GM models. As long as the part number of the remote matches with your car, then it will work. If you call your local GM dealership, they should come up with the same part number i found out through the above website. On their website they are selling it brand new for $42.37. Now, on ebay i found a remote with item number 1808795183, currrently selling for $20.00 as of Sat. Mar 2 2:55 EST. Make sure u put in a search under ITEM NUMBER in ebay to find this particular remote. It should work fine on your car. I have bought remotes through ebay for my car and have had no problems with them, including a bargain in price versus www.gmpartsdirect.com and local gm dealership.

rjones2001
03-04-2002, 02:59 PM
tireburner, i looked it the trunk and im assuming the "harness" is a black circular think to hold wires running through the trunk. Well, i grounded single pin plug thats running through a small rectangular box and nothing happened. Is their an easier way to program it such as grounding the pins located at the data link connector. I grounded the data link connector in the olds 88 a few months ago from your instructions and it worked fine.

rjones2001
03-04-2002, 03:12 PM
tireburner, Im assuming I can use teh fused jumper wire that I used on my other car before right? Im grounding the single wire plug with the fused jumper wire?

Tireburner
03-04-2002, 03:22 PM
Originally posted by rjones2001
tireburner, Im assuming I can use teh fused jumper wire that I used on my other car before right? Im grounding the single wire plug with the fused jumper wire?

Correct. I am super busy today, so I will check again tomorrow a.m. when it's quiet here!!

Tireburner
03-05-2002, 08:56 AM
rjones2001

I checked two different books, one of which is GM's factory service manual, both are stating the same thing. (directions as posted) The program wire does not go up to the data link connector on this vehicle.

Just to verify 97 Lumina?

I looked at both the 96 and 98 too to make sure that there was no difference... 96 97 98 all the same.

The description you gave me of the single wire in a rectangular shaped plug sounds correct. Make sure you have a clean ground you are attaching it to. Try the unpainted bar at the trunk latch for ground, or wrap a piece of wire around the negative battery terminal

Tireburner
03-05-2002, 09:03 AM
Originally posted by roberthenry
Can someone tell me how to reprogram a remote to fit my '97 Buick Riviera?



1- Turn off ignition

2-Use a 3amp fused wire and jump pin #8 to pin # 4 at the diagnostic connector located under the dr ivers side of the dash. Pin # 4 is solid black wire at the connector and Pin # 8 is a black/white wire

3- Close all the doors

4-Turn ON the ignition (the doors will LOCK then UNLOCK

5-Press and hold LOCK and UNLOCK on one transmitter until the doors lock, then unlock (approx. 30 seconds)

6- repeat step 5 for every transmitter being programmed

7- DO NOT TURN OFF THE IGNITION!!! Remove the fused jumper first, then turn off the ign and verify remote functions.

roberthenry
03-05-2002, 11:02 AM
Thankyou very much rjones2001 and Tireburner for looking into this for me. I appreciate it very much!!!! :sun:

rjones2001
03-05-2002, 02:09 PM
tireburner, am I supposed to run both connections of the program jumper into the rectangular shaped plug? Also, do I need to run a "different wire" for the unpainted bar at the trunk latch or negative battery terminal? In other words have a total of 2 different wires? Sorry, Im having a hard time programming it for this car.

Tireburner
03-05-2002, 02:41 PM
One end of the fused jumper to the rectangular plug. The other end of the jumper to ground... be it directly to the negative post on the battery, the latch mechanizm, or non painted metal.

No worries, I deal with people who couldn't assemble a push broom, this is non-stressful, and easy!! :D

rjones2001
03-05-2002, 04:40 PM
thanks tireburner, i went ahead and got a metal coathanger. I pushed on side into the rectangular box and the other side on the metal thing at the edge of the trunk and BINGO it started locking and unlocking. My problem was that I was not grounding the jumper wire, plus the jumper wire is too short to ground from the trunk latch and run to the rectangular box. Thanks a million tireburner, you saved me $35 to get it programed at the dealership for about less than 5 minutes worth of work.

Tireburner
03-06-2002, 08:26 AM
Coathanger!? That's enginuity at it's greatest! :D

Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Tireburner
03-06-2002, 08:27 AM
From an e-mail I recieved: 96 Camaro keyless programming--


1- Turn ignition off. Remove RADIO fuse (fuse #17) from the fuse block. Cycle the ignition switch from OFF to RUN 3 times within 5 seconds until door locks and hatch release cycle. Indicating the BCM is in program mode. Leave ignition key in RUN postion.

2- Press both LOCK and UNLOCK button on Transmitter for 16 seconds. Door locks will cycle (LOCK then UNLOCK) confirming the transmitter has been programmed. Door locks must cycle completely to unlock before proceeding.

3- Repeat step (2) for each additional transmitter to be programmed.

4- Turn off ignition switch, and replace fuse #17. confirm fuctions of transmitter.

If you have an LED from the factory, mounted on the top of the dash pad, I can also send you instructions on how to program the different modes of the factory alarm.

rjones2001
03-14-2002, 10:38 PM
Here an email I received from someone:

Here are the instructions as long as it's a Saturn (96-99) w/ power locks
As far as the programming, it's pretty simple actually and you need one
tool..... a metal paper clip. Yep, that's it. When you look under your dash
on the left of the steering wheel and below the hood release
you'll see the computer hook-up with 2 layers of 8 holes. In the top group
of holes you will see several with metal connestors inside.

Take the paper-clip and open it up into a sort of U shape just like the
letter "U" so thet the ends fit in 2 of the connectors. Counting from the
left you need to (making sure that the key is NOT in the ignition) count the
4th from the left and the far right one and put the ends of the clip in both
sockets. We call it the number 4 and the number 8 counting from the left in
the top row.

When you connect them your doors will all unlock and your trunk will
probably pop. You may hear a chirp. That's OK. Now take your remote and hold
it near the connections and push the lock and unlock buttons at the same
time and hold them for between 15 and 60 seconds until the horn honks.

It is now programmed. If you have another remote also do it before you
remove the paper-clip since they all need to be done under the same
programming.

oldkatz
03-24-2002, 03:52 PM
Can anyone help with the procedure to program a 98 Ford Windstar remote? I just got an extra and don't want to have to deal with the local Ford store. If I program this one, will I have to change the one that works now? I don't want to mess with the one that works.
Help will be appreciated.

rhvh2000
04-12-2002, 01:54 PM
Can you tell me the procedure for programming the keyless wireless remote for my 95 Aurora?

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