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How do you program a keyless entry remote on a 1994 pontiac firebird?

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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

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