Question about 1994 Pontiac Firebird
My car set up for a few montha with a dead battery and when i got around to putting a new battery in the remote didnt work. i changed the batteries in the remote but still nothing. i went to another web page that showed me how to reprogram it and when i did i held the jumper wire in the correct positions and the doors locked and unlocked the way they were supposed to but when i press the button on the remote nothing happens. any ideas on this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to first press the LOCK button and then immediately hold down the START button for 2 seconds - voila!
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: The battery in my 2006
The 2006 Vibe no longer has that feature. It was discontinued after 2005. I have the 2005 so I know how to change it. If your 2006 is able to change then here are the directions from my 2005.
If you have an automatic transaxle, your vehicle is equipped with an auto door lock/unlock feature which enables you to program your power door locks.
Your vehicle left the factory programmed to Mode 4.
The following is a list of the available programming options:
Mode 1: All doors and liftgate lock when the shift lever is moved out of PARK (P) with the ignition on and all doors and liftgate closed. There is no automatic door unlocking.
Mode 2: No automatic door locking or unlocking.
Mode 3: All doors and liftgate lock when the shift lever is moved out of PARK (P) with the ignition on and all doors and liftgate closed. All doors and liftgate unlock when the shift lever is moved to PARK (P) with the ignition on.
Mode 4: All doors and liftgate lock when the shift lever is moved out of PARK (P) with the ignition on and all doors and liftgate closed. All doors and liftgate unlock when the ignition switch is turned from ON to ACC or to LOCK.
To change the mode you are in, do the following:
1. Set the interior lamp control dial to the door position.
See Interior Lamps Control on page 3-16.
2. Move the shift lever into PARK (P) and close all doors and liftgate.
3. Turn the ignition to ON.
4. Within five seconds after the ignition is turned to ON, press and hold the power door lock switch in
the lock position for about five seconds.
5. The interior lamp will flash to indicate that the mode has been changed. For example, if the lamp flashes once, the function has been changed to Mode 1.
If the battery is disconnected or run down, the mode is changed to the initial mode which is Mode 4.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
SOURCE: How do you program a
Using a fused jumper short between terminal G and terminal A on the ALDL plug. The receiver will then cycle the door locks within one to three seconds this is saying that the reciever is in program mode. Press any button on the remote once the locks should cycle to acknowledge the transmission has been received. Thats it remove the fused jumper lead. you have now finished programming the receiver. Enjoy
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
SOURCE: Pontiac G6 unlock button on
I don't remember the right way to do it but the remote can be reset by clicking 1 , 2 or 3 times and holding in for 10 or more seconds. Call a GM service at your local GM dealer and they should be able to walk you through it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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