Originally Posted by sellncars
I bought a 1992 Bonneville Se about a month ago, It didnt have a Key FOB with it, Bought it at the auction. Now how do i know if this Model came with a FOB?
Okay, first of all, it'* "fob", not "FOB"; it'* a word, not an acronym...
As randman1 said, you can look for RPO code AU0 in the option code list on your spare tire cover in the trunk.
If you find it, you're in luck. However, if you _don't_ find it, you might still have that option, since my '93 SSEi has keyless entry but does not have AU0 on its RPO sticker. (I just went out to the garage and checked again to be sure.) That might be (I'm guessing here) because it was standard rather than optional on the SSEi; I dunno.
In a worst-case scenario, it'* not all that hard to add an aftermarket keyless entry system; it requires considerably fewer connections than an alarm system or remote starter.
If it did come with one whats the number for replacement,And how do i get it programed to my car? Please help.
I think someone else here can tell you how to identify the correct remote for your car. You don't actually get it programmed to your car; you have the car learn its signal instead. (The car can learn from two to four different remotes, depending on model year. Programming additional new ones will just roll the oldest one out of memory after that.)
We have instructions in TechInfo on how to program it once you've got one; you can do it yourself with a paper clip.