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He keyless entry reciever located on a 2000 park ave

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SOURCE: keyless remote not working

try these , maybe its the same directions .1.) turn key off . 2.) use a fused wire , maybe your new remote came with a short wire , under your driver side dash is a connector that looks like this >
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push 1 end of the wire into the A hole , and the other end into the G hole , the door locks should lock and unlock , 3.) press the unlock button on the new remote , the door locks should lock and unlock . 4.) repeat this procedure if you have another remote you want to register . 5.) now disconnect that jumper wire , and test the functionality of your remote(s) . see what that does for ya .

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SOURCE: program 2 new Keyless remotes

will have to go to local dealer,requires scan tool to acces bcm for programming,not som lock smiths have tool for programing but not much savings.

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SOURCE: try to locate body control module on a 94 buick park ave

BCM --The Body Control Module is located on the right side of the vehicle and positioned under the instrument panel. In order to gain access to the module, it will be necessary to first remove the trim panel.

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SOURCE: replace 2000 buick park ave serpentine belt

Firt - study & write down (draw) the belt path,,
and be sure about it..

Then - put a wrench on the nut in the center of the tension pully.. Move the tension pully to loosen the belt.. Pull belt off..

Repeat to put new one on..

Should be pretty easy..

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SOURCE: where is the tdm located on a 94 3.8 park ave?

I'm pretty sure it is behind the glove box in your model. It was in my 95 LeSabre and still is in a 2000 Park Ave. You can find some good info on this page: http://vatspasskey.com

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If you mean the 'Smart Entrance Control Unit,' it is located at the parking brake release lever on the driver's side according to autozone.com.

Look at the bottom center box and it has a diagram of it.


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Where is the tdm located on a 94 3.8 park ave?


I'm pretty sure it is behind the glove box in your model. It was in my 95 LeSabre and still is in a 2000 Park Ave. You can find some good info on this page: http://vatspasskey.com

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Keyless entry code was on a small strip attached to the left trunk hinge in my 94 T-Bird. It wasn't anything fancy just a 1/4x2" strip with 5 numbers on it Your owners manual should give you the location, but mine was kind of vague like drivers side of trunk.I hope this helps

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will have to go to local dealer,requires scan tool to acces bcm for programming,not som lock smiths have tool for programing but not much savings.

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