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Nothing. I know the dealer has a tool.........is there a way to reprogram manually.
Sorry, GM's are the worst for programming fob's. You don't have to go to the dealer though. there are plenty of people out there that can do/will it for less. You will just have to call around. I have the equipment to do it, but I don't own a garage. I don't charge for it. As long as I don't have to tear into the car. Free stuff like this, brings me plenty of other paying jobs. Do you live near Indy?
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