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Re: keyless remote programming insyructions
95 bonny--1-turn ign switch off
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
for the 1993 car same way except jumper term a blk/wht
term g ppl/wht
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Here are the instructions from the factory service manual: 1. Enter 5-digit permanent entry code into the keyless entry keypad. 2. Within 5 seconds of pressing last button of code, press the 1/2 button. All doors will lock then unlock confirming you are in programming mode. 3. Press any button on first Keyless Remote within 5 seconds of pressing the 1/2 button. Locks will cycle to indicate succesful programming. 4. If you are programming more than one Keyless Remote (Including any exsiting remotes) Press any button on second keyless remote within 5 seconds of previous remote. Locks will cycle again to indicate succesfull programming. (If the keypad light goes out before all remotes are programmed the entire process must be repeated). 5. Press the 7/8 and the 9/0 buttons simultaneously on the keypad to exit program mode.
NOTE: You must have the correct part number on the remote for it to work. The part number you need is 15732803. Transmitter programming per the GM manual: Before entering the programming mode, verify the possession of all the transmitters you will be using on the vehicle. Once you program the transmitter, the memory erases the other transmitters. You may program up to 4 transmitters.
Turn OFF the ignition switch
Usa a fused jumper (3 amp is sufficient) and connect terminal 8 (back/white wire) to terminal 4 (black wire)
Close all the doors
Turn ON the ignition switch / the doors will lock
Press and hold the following buttons on one of the transmitters for 30 seconds: lock and unlock
After a 30 second delay, the doors will lock and unlock Important: DO NOT turn OFF the ignition . If the switch is turned OFF the first transmitter becomes inoperative.
In order to program extra transmitters repeat Step 5
Disconnect the fused jumper wire from the data link connector
Turn off ignition
Verify functions of all programmed transmitters.
This should work for the 1997 and 1999 Bonneville's. Good Luck. Keep me posted, be glad to answerer any other questions you may have.
If you still have the factory radio, there is a way to split the power wire for the factory radio to the aftermarket radio. All you will need are the power and ground for your aftermarket radio, so the rest of the wires should be untouched on the plug for the factory radio. You can simply re-install the radio within the dash and retain the keyless entry as well as restoring your dome light function. Here's a PDF of some instructions. If you did not keep the radio, I would suggest looking online or ins ome junk yards, because it is needed. www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466013.pdf
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.