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You won;t need the original openers for the newer garage door openers. There is a button on the back of the opener that you have to push to get the universal remote to sync with the garage door opener. The instructions that come with the universal remote are pretty good in explaining the setup.
The only way to disarm these alarms is with the factory remote or turning on the ignition. To turn off the factory alarm.
Ok, do you have the remotes? If so, let's ID the system. Go to www.KEYLESSRIDE.com & use th fcc #s on the back of it.
If not try this:
Programming Factory Security on GM Cars and Trucks Instructions for programming the GM factory security systems that do NOT disarm from the driver's door key cylinder. This programming is for the cars and trucks listed below.
Step #2 Remove the radio fuse only (not the fuse that says acc/radio).
Step #3 Turn the key to the accessory position. When you do this you will get two chirps from the door buzzer. Should you hear only one chirp, your vehicle does not have factory security and these instructions do not apply. You need to hear two chirps.
Step #4 Press the unlock switch on the door. This will give 1-4 chirps depending on the program step. Continue pressing the unlock switch until you get to the desired chirp setting. 1 Chirp - Security off 2 Chirps - Remote Only 3 Chirps - Factory Setting 4 Chirps - Passive Arming
No. You will need your vehicle VIN and go to a Hyundai dealer if you want a new one. They use the VIN to program a new remote, same in cutting a new key.But it doesn't hurt to ask about warranty coverage first. first.
If the remote is generic you will need the factory remote to "clone" the signal to the new remote.
With your oem pontiac remote you may need to visit any GM service center to have the remote set to the cars receiver. There are literally 100,000 different variables GM uses to ensure one remote can't work the wrong car. A typical key programming will run you between $30-$60 depending on how much greed the technician has. Some good technicians will do this job for free simply to make a customer happy so you may wish to call around.