Usually, you have to have the same FCC ID number. It is more important than
the part number.You say the old one was smashed. Do you still have it to
check the FCC ID? Also was the trunk closed and the doors closed and the
"barrythedude - remove yer HAT and COAT to reply"
Does everythink else work on the car? I got curious and got out the diagram
and see input for the module from 3 fuses, along with the park input
signal(so it will only work in park)You might want to try holding the shift
lever up all the way when trying the already programmed remote. Check all
the fuses. I know you will say that if it could program it must be OK with
power. Unless one of the power sources is for the keep alive memory. Other
than that flimsy advice, I would think the module is at fault.
Hey R, thanx for all the help! Yes the locks work just fine, the trunk
release works just fine too. I will try the holding the parking
selector up, never thought of that. If you think of anything else
lemme know K? To Recap:
Bought new remote with number given by GM service dude
Found the AB connector to enter programming mode.
Locks cycle (trunk does not)
press remote, locks cycle again
unplug connector, remote doesnt work.
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