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    How to Program your key FOB write up.

    Ok guys, here you go, if there are any problems or something doesn't work right let me know and I'll change it.

    '94 Programming

    1. Keyless entry receiver can be programed to receive Vehicle Access Code (VAC) from any 2 random transmitters. To program a keyless entry module receiver, connect a jumper wire between terminals "G" and "A". Receiver will cycle door lock actuators within 1-3 seconds to acknowledge that receiver is in program mode.

    2. Press any button on transmitter once. In response , receiver will will cycle door lock actuators to acknowledge that the transmission has been received. Press any button of second transmitter once. In response , receiver will cycle door lock actuators to acknowledge a transmission has been received. Remove jumper from DLC and verify system operation using all transmitters.



    A-Ground
    B-Test Terminal
    C-Air Injection (if Equipped)
    D-Service Engine Soon Light (If Used)
    E-Serial Data
    F-TCC (If Used)
    M-Serial Data (Some Models)

    '95 Programming

    1. Keyless entry receiver can be prorammed to receive Vehicle Access Code (VAC) from any 2 random transmitters. To program a keyless entry module receiver, connect a jumper wire between Data Link Connector (DLC) terminals No.4 and 8 (16-pin DLC) or terminals "A" and "G" (12-pin DLC). Receiver will cycle door lock actuators within 1-3 seconds to acknowledge that receiver is is program mode.

    2. Press any button on transmitter once. In response , receiver will will cycle door lock actuators to acknowledge that the transmission has been received. Press any button of second transmitter once. In response , receiver will cycle door lock actuators to acknowledge a transmission has been received. Remove jumper from DLC and verify system operation using all transmitters.



    2-Serial Data (Class 2)
    4-Ground
    5-Ground
    6-Output/Field Service Enable
    9-Serial Data
    16-Battery Power

    ’96-‘00
    Programming

    1. Turn ignition off. Remove RADIO (fuse No.17) from fuse block. Cycle ignition switch from OFF to RUN positions 3 times within 5 seconds until door locks and hatch release cycles, indicating Body Control Module (BCM) is in programming mode. Leave ignition switch in RUN position.

    2. Press both LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on remote control door lock transmitter for 16seoncds. Door locks will cycle once, confirming transmitter code is programmed. Door locks must cycle completely to unlock before proceeding. Any transmitter code that was previously programmed has been erased. BCM is now programmed to remote control door lock transmitter.

    3. When programming BCM to match remote control door lock transmitters, first transmitters code matched will be stored in memory unless a second remote control door lock transmitter is matched at the same time. If programming BCM to match a second remote control door lock transmitter, repeat step 2). This must be done before RADIO (fuse No. 17) is reinstalled. Turn ignition off. Reinstall RADIO (fuse No. 17) to fuse block.

    NOTE: Always program both remote control door lock transmitters when replacing a lost or damaged transmitter.




    I’m not sure if 96-’99 is customizable
    ’00 customizing


    Entering Programming Mode:

    1. Turn ignition switch to RUN position to disarm content theft deterrent system.
    2. Turn ignition switch to OFF position. Remove RADIO (fuse No. 17) in instrument panel fuse block.
    3. Turn ignition switch to ACC position.

    Feature customization changes may now be made.

    Exiting Programming Mode

    To exit programming mode, turn ignition to OFF position and install RADIO fuse.

    LAST DOOR CLOSED LOCKING & LOCKOUT PREVENTION:

    1. Enter programming mode. See BCM PROGRAMMING MODE.
    2. Press LOCK switch on door. Count number of chimes. Number of chimes is current mode vehicle is set for.
    3. Press LOCK switch on door again until number chimes heard corresponds to desired mode See LAST DOOR CLOSED LCOKING & LOCKOUT PREVENTION table.


    LAST DOOR CLOSED LOCKING & LOCKOUT PREVENTION
    Mode 1 - Both off
    Mode 2 - Lockout Prevention Only (Doors will not lock with LOCK button with Key in Ignition)
    Mode 3 - Last door closed locking only (with LOCK button, doors will not lock until all doors are closed)
    Mode 4 - Both on




    ’01-’02 Programming


    REMOTE TRANSMITTER

    CAUTION: If vehicle is equipped with radio anti-theft feature (THEFTLOCK(R)), obtain secret code from customer. Disable THEFTLOCK(R) prior to disconnecting power to vehicle or removing RADIO fuse. See RADIO ANTI-THEFT FEATURE (THEFTLOCK(R)) DISABLING.

    NOTE: Programming of remote transmitters cannot be done simultaneously. First remote transmitter must be programmed completely before programming next remote transmitter(s). A maximum of 4 remote transmitters may be programmed into Body Control Module (BCM) memory.

    1. Turn ignition switch to RUN position to deactivate Content Theft Deterrent (CTD) alarm system (if equipped). Turn ignition switch to OFF position. Remove RADIO fuse No. 17 (15-amp) from instrument panel fuse block. RADIO fuse is located in lower right-hand corner of fuse block.

    NOTE: While programming remote transmitters, wait for doors to unlock. Failure to do this, will cancel programming.

    2. Cycle ignition switch from OFF to RUN position 3 times within 5 seconds, leaving ignition switch in RUN position. BCM will indicate programming sequence is active by activating hatch release, locking doors, then unlocking doors.
    3. Press and hold both LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on remote transmitter to be programmed for 15 seconds. Doors will lock and unlock, and hatch release will activate to verify remote transmitter has been recognized by BCM.
    4. Repeat step 3 for remaining remote transmitters. After programming remote transmitter(s), reinstall RADIO fuse. Turn ignition switch to OFF position. Enable THEFTLOCK(R) (if equipped). See RADIO ANTI-THEFT FEATURE (THEFTLOCK(R) UNLOCKING.


    ’01-’02 Customizing:



    CUSTOMIZING CONTENT THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM

    Turn ignition switch to RUN position to disarm system. Turn ignition switch to OFF position. Remove RADIO fuse No. 17 (15-amp) from instrument panel fuse block. Instrument panel fuse block is located behind left side of instrument panel. See Fig. 6. Turn ignition switch to ACC position. Chime will sound, indicating programming mode has been entered.

    One chime indicates exit lighting, delayed illumination, last door closed locking and lock-out prevention can be customized. Two chimes indicate remote lock control verification, arming method, arming verification, drivers’ door delay and shock sensor enable/disable can be customized.


    EXIT LIGHTING AND DELAYED ILLUMINATION

    Enter programming mode. See CUSTOMIZING CONTENT THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM. Turn courtesy lights on. Count number of chimes (mode number). Turn courtesy light switch off. Alternate courtesy light switch on and off until proper number of chimes is obtained. When vehicle is shipped from factory, Mode 4 is set as a default mode. Continue customizing or exit programming mode.

    MODE 1

    Both off (interior lights will turn on or off at same instant a door is opened or closed)

    MODE 2

    Delayed illumination only (interior lights will stay on for 25 seconds after doors are closed)

    MODE 3

    Exit lighting only (interior lights will come on whenever ignition key is removed)


    MODE 4

    Factory setting. Both on (combines Mode 2 and 3).


    LAST DOOR CLOSED LOCKING & LOCKOUT PREVENTION


    Enter programming mode. See CUSTOMIZING CONTENT THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM.
    Press power door lock switch to LOCK position. Count number of chimes (mode number). Press power door lock switch to LOCK position until proper number chimes is obtained. When vehicle is shipped from factory, Mode 2 is set as a default mode. Continue customizing or exit programming mode.

    MODE 1

    Both off (doors will lock/unlock when power door lock switch is pressed)

    MODE 2

    Factory setting. Lock-out prevention only (with key in ignition and exiting out drivers’door).

    MODE 3

    Last door closed locking only (if power door lock switch is used to lock vehicle while any door is open, doors will not lock until after all doors are closed.

    MODE 4

    Both on (combines Mode 2 and 3).
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    dude thanks, I've been wanting to change my settings for awhile...

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    Can you believe how easy that is! Took me all of about 2 minutes and the Chevy dealer wanted to charge me $50 to do it...

    I told him he was crazy and hung up. Thieves!!!

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    you get a sticky....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    you get a sticky....

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    awesome info!!!

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    Added 94 and 95 programming and some diagrams to make it a little easier!

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    I've got a question. My car has power door locks, but I never got a fob with it. If I buy a fob, could I need anything else besides that?

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    You can program the appropriate year fob as long as the car came with RPO code AU0 (remote entry lock control).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001NBMZ28 View Post
    You can program the appropriate year fob as long as the car came with RPO code AU0 (remote entry lock control).
    Is there anywhere I can find that out with the VIN, or a place on the car I should look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by locrian View Post
    Is there anywhere I can find that out with the VIN, or a place on the car I should look?
    Inside of drivers door

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    Great Info!

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    Good deal!

    Does anyone know where I could find how to program a key fob for a 2006 Grand prix? I need a new one and do not want to pay some shit head 45 bucks to program it.

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    It's usually listed in the owners manuals,,,,thats where it's found in the 4th gens. Explains it pretty well in there.

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    WOW Sweet been wondering how to do that..

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    I know this is an old post but....those bastards wanted $75 to reprogram my T/A. Thank you for this

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    This is some great info thanks so much..wen i both my car it came equipt with antytheft but no fob..The basters at the chevy dealer wanted to charge me 150!! for everything i went on ebay got a used fog from a 2002 camaro ss for $12 set it to my 2002 camaro z28 it only took like 2 minutes saved me $138 dollars, that can go into mods!!

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    ok.i tried to program my keypad and well,it didnt go as planned. im guessing my fob is bad. how do i pick my fob,and where do i go? 2001ss? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssprochargedss:2753536
    ok.i tried to program my keypad and well,it didnt go as planned. im guessing my fob is bad. how do i pick my fob,and where do i go? 2001ss? thanks
    I bought mine off Amazon for around $40. I was hoping I could find one from my previous 2001 Camaro, but so far, no luck with that. Before you go buying a new one, check and make sure the battery is good in the remote. Also double-check the programming steps and make sure you didn't miss something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssprochargedss View Post
    ok.i tried to program my keypad and well,it didnt go as planned. im guessing my fob is bad. how do i pick my fob,and where do i go? 2001ss? thanks
    Check ebay for one and as mentioned, make sure your battery is good first.

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