Perhaps I jumped the gun, but I found a keyless remote for our 1999
Olds Intrigue for cheap. Bought the car used, it did not come with a
remote. So I've searched around and found some programming
instructions. The vehicle at one point in the programming is supposed
to "ding" to indicate programming mode is now started. My vehicle
never does this.
Was keyless remote an option on the 1999 models, or did they all come
with it? If so, could I have some advise on how to program the
This is the procedure I have for a 99 Intrigue. I'm not sure if keyless
entry was optional, however:
Once entering this procedure, programming the first transmitter erases all
previous transmitters. You must program all transmitters.
1.. Sit in the driver's seat.
2.. Remove the ignition key from the ignition lock cylinder.
3.. Close all vehicle doors.
4.. Press and hold unlock on the door lock switch.
5.. While holding the door lock switch in the unlock position, insert and
remove the ignition key twice. Do not rotate the ignition lock cylinder.
6.. Insert the ignition key a third time leaving the key in the ignition
lock cylinder. The ignition must remain in the LOCK position for the rest of
7.. Release the door lock switch. You will hear three chimes. This chime
feedback indicates that transmitter programming is active.
8.. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons at the same time on the
keyless entry transmitter for 12 seconds. You will hear two chimes. This
chime feedback indicates that the transmitter has been programmed
9.. Repeat step 8 for the rest of the transmitters (for a total of 4
10.. Exit this procedure by removing the ignition key from the ignition
Robert Hancock Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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Look for codes AU0 and/or A90 on the options code list. White/yellow
sticker somewhere in the car (glovebox, trunklid or spare tire cover
are common), lists a whole bunch of 3-digit codes. If one or both of
those are present, the car had RKE factory-installed.
On Sun, 18 Jul 2004 02:56:34 GMT, "Robert Hancock"
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