Question about 2001 Pontiac Bonneville
Your question is a couple months old, but I'll give it a shot anyway. I have a 2005 Bonneville. So I hope they are the same.
There are basically two different types of programming codes. Both methods of programming are in the Bonneville's owners manual. Assuming yoiu don't have your manual....
As I recall, for the newer "rolling code" openers...
Get your ladder out. There is a learning button on your opener, it could be on the back or maybe under a light cover.
Press and hold this learning button about 5 seconds(?), until the learning light is flashing(?).
Then press and hold one of the three buttons on your car for about 5-10 seconds(?), until it's light glows steady. It should be programmed.
For the older garage door openers, you can program it inside your car with one of your current remotes. Not sure exactly, but try holding the car button first, then the old remote.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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