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How to program New key switch 2000 oldsmobile silhouette


Key switch ? key fob ? Transmitter Programming ?
If you lose a transmitter, program the old and new transmitter(s) into the remote control door lock receiver's memory. Up to 4 transmitters may be programmed.
Important: Once the remote control door lock receiver enters the programming/diagnostic mode, the programming of the first transmitter erases all previous transmitter programming information, requiring the programming of all transmitters.
Program only 1 vehicle remote control door lock receiver at a time. If more than 1 receiver is being programmed at the same time, it is possible that the same transmitter could be programmed to more than 1 remote control door lock receiver.
Perform the following steps in order to program the transmitter:
  1. Remove the ignition key from the ignition lock cylinder.
  2. Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the fuse panel. Refer to Fuse Block in Wiring Systems.
  3. Close all of the doors.
  4. Close the lift gate.
  5. Turn the ignition lock cylinder to ACC.
  6. Turn the ignition lock cylinder to OFF, and then back to ACC within 1 second.
  7. Open and close any vehicle door.
  8. A chime will be heard when the system enters the BCM programming/diagnostic mode.
    Important: After 7 seconds, a chime may be heard confirming successful synchronization. It is necessary to wait approximately 14 seconds for a second chime that will confirm successful programming.
  9. Press and hold the transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously for 14 seconds.
  10. Repeat the previous step on each additional transmitter to be programmed.
  11. Remove the ignition key from the ignition lock cylinder.
  12. Install the BCM PRGRM fuse back into the fuse panel. Refer to Fuse Block in Wiring Systems.

Apr 22, 2016 | Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks

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How many and what colour wires are in the wires leading to the cig lighter end of this FM transmitter?


don't cut it, use something like this: http://www.carid.com/dorman/lighter-extension-cord-mpn-56479.html Check your local auto parts store

Aug 19, 2015 | Griffin Technology iTrip Auto Universal...

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Gray wire from autopage rf-320 car alarm does not send negative trigger


Maybe the transmitter is failing to send the signal. Try changing the battery in the transmitter

Nov 27, 2013 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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My 06 nissan frontier with flat tire light on even all tire are 35psi or more .


Step 1:

You could have a bad tpms sensor in one of the tires here's how to check it

Step 2:

Reading TPMS codes and clearing them
There is a simple procedure to perform a self diagnostic and clear the codes.

1) Turn IGN switch to ON.
2) Locate the TPMS warning check connector. It is a single loose wire with a connector located under the dash next to the steering column. It may be bundled with the OBDII diagnostic connector.
3) Using a suitable piece of bare wire inserted into the connector (a paperclip will do), momentarily ground the wire to the chassis.

NOTE: If you are uncomfortable doing this, then don't. You could damage your vehicle if the wrong wire is grounded.

Step 3:

4) The TPMS low tire pressure warning light will blink error codes as follows:

5sec. ON - 5sec. OFF
Long (1 sec) blink = First digit (2 blinks = 2)
Short (0.2 sec) blink = Second digit (ie 3 short blinks = 3)

There is a 2 second pause between multiple codes.The cycle will keep repeating starting with 5sec. ON

Codes:

15 - Front LH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
16 - Front RH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
17 - Rear RH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
18 - Rear LH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
21 - Data from front LH transmitter can not be receive.
22 - Data from front RH transmitter can not be receive.
23 - Data from Rear RH transmitter can not be receive.
24 - Data from Rear LH transmitter can not be receive.
31 - Checksum data from front LH transmitter is malfunctioning.
32 - Checksum data from front RH transmitter is malfunctioning.
33 - Checksum data from rear RH transmitter is malfunctioning.
34 - Checksum data from rear RH transmitter is malfunctioning.

5 short blinks - System is OK.

5) To clear the codes, turn the ignition OFF.

Feb 27, 2013 | 2006 Nissan Frontier

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I LOST MY CHEROKEE CONTROL REMOTE ALARM, I BOUGHT A NEW ONE BUT ITS NOT PROGRAMMED AND I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME HELP TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO PROGRAM IT. IT IS A CHEROKEE LAREDO...


NOTE :PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS FULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO PROGRAM TRANSMITTERS.
Program Method A (Customer Program Method)
1. Press (LOCK) button 5 times at 2 second intervals to resynchronize transmitter. Attempt to function transmitter, if working as designed discontinue programming.
2. Turn ignition to run position. (Allow ignition chimes to stop).
3. Using any original (working) transmitter, press the [UNLOCK] button for 4 to 10 seconds.
4. Within the specified 4 to 10 seconds, continue pressing the [UNLOCK] button and press the [PANIC] button for 1 second and release both buttons (AN/DN release either button first). A chime will sound to indicate that the transmitter programming mode has been entered (allow 3 seconds for chime to sound).
5. Press [LOCK] and [UNLOCK] buttons simultaneously for 1 second and release (a short chime will sound for AN/DN).
6. Press and release any button on the same transmitter and a chime will sound after successfully programming the transmitter (locks will cycle for AN/DN).
NOTE :(FOR DR ONLY) A CHIME WILL NOT SOUND ON STEP # 6 FOR THE FIRST TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMED, BUT WILL SOUND UPON PROGRAMMING THE SECOND TRANSMITTER.
7. Repeat steps 5 through 6 to program additional transmitters.
8. Turn ignition to OFF position. Transmitter programming mode v/ill discontinue after 60 seconds (30 seconds for AN/DN and RS). (All transmitter programming must be completed within time specified).
Program Method B (Customer Program Method)
1. Press [LOCK] button 5 times at 2 second intervals to resynchronize transmitter. Attempt to function transmitter, if working as designed discontinue programming.
2. Turn ignition to the run position (Allow ignition chimes to stop).
3. Using original transmitter, press and hold the [UNLOCK] button on the transmitter for between 4 and 10 seconds.
4. Continue to hold the [UNLOCK] button and press the [PANIC] button. A chime will sound to indicate that the transmitter programming mode has been entered (Allow 3 seconds for chime to sound).
5. Press a button on all transmitters to be programmed into the system including any previously programmed transmitters; a chime will sound when each transmitter has been programmed.
6. Turn the ignition to OFF position to exit the transmitter programming mode.
Program Method C (Dealer Program Method) *Can be used for any type transmitter.
1. Press [LOCK] button 5 times at 2 second intervals to resynchronize transmitter. Attempt to function transmitter, if working as designed discontinue programming.
2. Turn ignition to the run position (Allow ignition chimes to stop).
3. Plug DRBIII to vehicle's 1-way data link connector.
4. Follow Service Manual and DRBIII instructions to program transmitters.
Program Method D (For use with AB vehicles not equipped with VTSS only)
1. Locate the dark green program enable wire connected to pin # 1 of the 16-way data link connector under the left side of the instrument panel.
2. Connect the program enable wire terminal to a good ground.
3. Insert the key into the ignition and turn the ignition switch to the ON position. The power locks will cycle (Lock and Unlock) indicating that program mode has been entered.
4. Using the transmitter to be programmed, press either [LOCK] or [UNLOCK]. The power locks will cycle indicating the transmitter has been programmed successfully.
5. Repeat step 4 to program additional transmitter.
6. Disconnect the program enable wire from ground to exit program mode.
7. Turn the ignition to the OFF position and remove the key.
NOTE :REFER TO DAIMLERCHRYSLER MDS2 SYSTEM OR PARTS DEPARTMENT TO OBTAIN THE CORRECT PART NUMBER AND REVISION FOR SPECIFIED VEHICLE.

Dec 18, 2010 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Alarm wont sound


If your door is protected by a wireless transmitter your problem is most likely a defective switch or a grounded wire from the switch to the transmitter. To determine if the transmitter is working properly pop off the top of transmitter case by using a small blade screwdriver. If you look on the side of the casing you will see a small slot where the screwdriver is placed. Insert the blade of the screwdriver there and twist. The top of the transmitter will release. Inside you will see a small circuit board and battery. If an external switch is used you will also see 2 wires connected to the circuit board which then leads to the swtch. Using a very small screwdriver remove these wires. Now go check system status at your keypad. If the system recognizes the door as open then your problem is a bad switch or pinched wires that are grounding out the switch. If the keypad's status says the door is still closed the problem is in the transmitter. Sometimes these transmitters will be installed using an internal contact/switch.To know if this is the case on your door you will see only the transmitter mounted on or next to the door and a small magnet within a half inch or so on the opposing side. If this is the case your problem again is the internal switch. For replacement of external switches you can try going to a Radio Shack where they offer an assortment. Hope this helps.

Mar 30, 2010 | GE Security Simon 3 Wireless Home Security...

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How to program a keyless remote for a Pontiac


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.
  1. Turn OFF the ignition switch
  2. Usa a fused jumper (3 amp is sufficient) and connect terminal 8 (back/white wire) to terminal 4 (black wire)
  3. Close all the doors
  4. Turn ON the ignition switch / the doors will lock
  5. Press and hold the following buttons on one of the transmitters for 30 seconds: lock and unlock
  6. 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.
  7. In order to program extra transmitters repeat Step 5
  8. Disconnect the fused jumper wire from the data link connector
  9.  Turn off ignition
  10. 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. 

Aug 11, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Bonneville

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1996 LUMINA REMOTE


turn ignition switch to OFF position , (all power door locks will lock and unlock) . use a fused jumper wire and jump programming connector to ground . see picture , press any button on one transmitter , door locks , fuel door and trunk lid release should activate in about 2 seconds , first transmitter is now programmed , repeat this last step using a 2nd transmitter , if only one transmitter is being used , disconnect jumper wire and test remote(s) . cheers . if procedure is to technical , ask someone mechanically inclined to help .

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Jan 11, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Lumina Mini

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84 bonneville fuel gage


You need to isolate what the problem is. First, check the power supply/ fuse for the instruments, ensure the gauge has a supply. Check the earthing at both the tank end and the gauge (body). With a meter, you should see 12V. (or maybe less, if the Bonneville has a regulator on the instruments, I don't specifically know the vehicle). This should appear between one of the rear terminals of the gauge and the case, when the ignition is on. If present there, check it is still there when checked between that terminal and another earth point on the car's metalwork.
The other terminal on the gauge is the transmitter termination. If the power is present, removing the transmitter wire should cause the gauge to either go full scale, or not move at all. Use a piece of wire to short this terminal to ground, the meter should do the opposite to the previous test. If no movement, the gauge is faulty. Replace.
At the tank end, you should find the transmitter unit. It should have a single wire connected to a terminal. Remove this. With aan ohmmeter, check for a resistance reading between this terminal and ground. If no meter, turn on the ignition with this wire disconnected, the gauge should do the same as it did when the wire was removed behind the gauge. If it does, short the removed wire of the transmitter to ground, the gauge should do the same as the short test at the gauge, If not, the wire is broken or shorted somewhere between the gauge and transmitter.
If the gauge moves as before when testing from the transmitter wire, most probably the transmitter is faulty.
Too hard? Leave it to the experts...!?! ;-]

May 14, 2008 | 1984 Pontiac Bonneville

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