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Old May 31st, 2008, 08:03 PM   #21
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you can program the key fob without taking it to the dealership, but I dont know how to program the key. All you have to do for the fob is put the key in and turn the key on and off i think its 10 times within a short period of time the doors will lock and unlock then you have a few seconds to press any button on both fobs and they will be programed
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this is what I got from a search
This is the write up i have for it-

The keyless entry unit is in the trunk area on the drivers side. Remove the carpet material and there is a mounting bracket that holds the keyless entry unit (mounted on back) and the anti-theft unit (mounted on front. To program the keyless entry you have to put the key in the ignition and turn it on, but don't start car. In the trunk by the unit you will find a harness that has 2 pins, short those together and the doors will lock then unlock, that tells you that it is in program mode, then you push any button on the remote and the doors will lock and unlock again to let you know the remote was programmed, then you hit a button on any other remotes you are programming and the doors will lock and unlock again. Turn the key off and you are done! It takes only a couple minutes and this will delete any previous remotes and program the new ones. Hope this helps!!
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Originally Posted by HMUSN View Post
this is what I got from a search
This is the write up i have for it-

The keyless entry unit is in the trunk area on the drivers side. Remove the carpet material and there is a mounting bracket that holds the keyless entry unit (mounted on back) and the anti-theft unit (mounted on front. To program the keyless entry you have to put the key in the ignition and turn it on, but don't start car. In the trunk by the unit you will find a harness that has 2 pins, short those together and the doors will lock then unlock, that tells you that it is in program mode, then you push any button on the remote and the doors will lock and unlock again to let you know the remote was programmed, then you hit a button on any other remotes you are programming and the doors will lock and unlock again. Turn the key off and you are done! It takes only a couple minutes and this will delete any previous remotes and program the new ones. Hope this helps!!
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its much easier to do a key fob program yourself without all that other bullshit, just turn the key in the ignition to acc and then back to off 7 times and then you will hear the doors lock, then hit the unlock key on the key fob and there its fuckin programmed
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Originally Posted by White99stang View Post
its much easier to do a key fob program yourself without all that other bullshit, just turn the key in the ignition to acc and then back to off 7 times and then you will hear the doors lock, then hit the unlock key on the key fob and there its fuckin programmed
+1 you will have to do this when replacing the batteries as well.
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Originally Posted by MineralGreyGT View Post
+1 you will have to do this when replacing the batteries as well.
I never had to do it when I changed the batteries.
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i've tried just about every different procedure i can find. 4 times, 6 times, 8 times, 10 times, hold the lock button, hold luck & unlock....nothing works. does that mean there's something wrong with the system? my remote wasn't working so i replaced the batteries.
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sup? newbie here... Just bought an 02 GT with only a single key fob, but also has an aftermarket alarm system that the stock key fob works with. I need a second key fob and am hoping the normal programming process will automatically also work for the new fob? Thanks, and great forum you have here...
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