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For a 2009 Cobalt
Programming the remote for your vehicle requires the proper diagnostic equipment which most people do not have in thier tool box as it isn't cheap. Not sure if you have just purchased a new one or having problems with the one you have. If it's a new one you will need to have it programmed at the dealer or a desent shop with good equipment. If you are having problems with the one you already have there was what's called a technical service bulletin that was put out. It did not turn into a recall as far as I know but it had to do with the keyless entry and some of them not working. GM as far as I know had not figured out the problem but just mentioned the steps to do in order to diagnose. You will need that equipment in oreder to do that so again you may need to take it to the dealer for programming.
Posted on Jul 14, 2013
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