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Need to find valet button

Need to reprogram alarm remote and cant find the valet button. its a 2003 impala. help please

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Are you talking about the alarm the car came with from GM? if so there is no "valet button" if its the GM system it will need to be done by a dealer or a shop that has a TECH2 scanner.

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disarming without a remote control
This feature allows you to disarm the security system without the
Remote Control should it be lost, damaged, or disabled. In order to
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* The new transmitter is now programmed to the vehicle, and will arm and disarm the alarm system.

If you have problems programming the transmitter, please feel free to call at (949) 707-4210, or toll free at (800) 395-5277.

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