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Keyless remote programming insyructions

I have a 1995 pontiac bonneville and I need the instructions to program a factory remote.

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  • sjdorton Nov 29, 2008

    I have a 1993 pontiac bonneville sse and I need to know how to program the keyless entry. Does anybody know what to do???

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    I don't know how to program my new keyless remote for my 1998 bonneville

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95 bonny--1-turn ign switch off keyless remote programming insyructions - 2a75c3b.jpg 2-using a fused jumper wire jumper data link connector #8 blk/wht wire to #4 blk wire (look under dash for dlc)
3-press unlock button on 1 transmitter doors should lock and unlock
4-repeat step 3 if doing more than 1 remote
5-remove fused jumper

36a8224.jpgfor the 1993 car same way except jumper term a blk/wht
term g ppl/wht
have fun

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