i culled out 20 fobs thay have never been used from my bin. 15 - 05/06
impala's...5 - 05/06 malibu's.....i could not find any info on
http://programyourremote.com/ that would help anyone program the fob's
themselves so im not sure what can be done without a dealer and a
tech2.........as mentioned in earlier post, i will send one fob for 15
dollars at lowest shipping rate with me paying freight. 4 or 5 days i
expect.............i will start checking my hotmail account tomorrow if
anyone wants to email@example.com..........thank you and i
hope noone thinks of this as spam (yuk, pooey).............kjun
As far as I know, the absolute maximum distance between key fob years is 5.
And I think it's even less with the newer ones, such as the ones you have
for the 05/06 Impala and Malibu. I think most are only a couple of years.
From what I can find, HLS needs a remote with an FCC ID of: KOBUT1BT which
is the same as my '96 Bonnie. Also from what I can find, the '98 LaSabre can
only use a remote with that code made from 1996 - 2000.
Appreciate the info, Knight...
Have been trying to research it, and haven't found a good solution. My wife
still has her fop, but the extra one has been missing for a long time. It is
when I drive the car, but its time to buy a new car anyway.
I can see what you mean. Goes with the old saying "don't know what you've
got, till its gone". If Kjun doesn't have any, your next best bet would be
Ebay. I have bought a couple off there, and they work great. They usually
even come with programming instructions (but, www.programyourremote.com does
wonders too), and can usually be had (for cars our years) for around $25.
Just make sure the numbers on the back of your wife's remote match the
numbers on the back of the remote you are buying. If there is any doubt,
call your local dealer and double check.
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