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Do this in exactly the steps I explain. Trust me, I'm a 20 year chevy dealership technician. lock all doors manually. go to passenger door and unlock and then lock the door using the key. this resets the alarm module. without opening any doors, go to the drivers door and unlock w/ the key. open door and then start the vehicle. This should take care of you problem. Have a nice day

Posted on May 13, 2014

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