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Old 10-03-2002, 04:11 AM   #21
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Default keyless entry for an 88 SSE .

my key does unlock all the doors but i dont have a fob , but i have a bag full of the trw remotes and now i need info on how to program a fob , it has the old square dlt terminal not like the newer ones , anyone have a owners manual kicking around that can help me out here ? Thanks !
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Default Re: keyless entry for an 88 SSE .

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my key does unlock all the doors but i dont have a fob , but i have a bag full of the trw remotes and now i need info on how to program a fob , it has the old square dlt terminal not like the newer ones , anyone have a owners manual kicking around that can help me out here ? Thanks !
BTW, before we get into the procedure, it appears that perhaps not all the Bonnevilles were keyless. It was an option in 93 at least, according to my manual. For programming the remotes, try this:


Transmitter Programming:

1)With the driver door closed, hold down the power unlock button on the door panel.

2)Turn the ignition switch to the ON position

3)Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position

4)Turn the ignition switch to the ON position

5)Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position

6)Release the power unlock button on the door panel.
The remote control door lock reciever will respond in the following manner in order to indicate that the receiver is in the programming mode:

6.1)Locking the doors

6.2)Unlocking the doors

IMPORTANT:
All extra transmitters must be programmed at this time. When a new transmitter is programmed it will deactivate the old transmitters.

7)Hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the transmitter until the remote control door lock reciever will respond in the following manner:

7.1)Locking the doors

7.2)Unlocking the doors

Repeat step 7 for each additional transmitter

9) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position in order to exit the transmitter programming mode.

I'm not sure this is the right procedure. Might differ by year or car model, but this is a GM procedure.
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If Deathrat is correct, ALL Bonnevilles came with keyless. This would mean anyone 'missing' a fob, could get one and re-program.
Well I've been corrected by someone here on that. In fact His Bonneville DID NOT COME with Keyless Entry! I can't imagine anyone not wanting it though, but I guess someone out there didn't want it & ordered that car this way!
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i also have a 95 se and an owners manual for it my remote is a 303t and as for the dcl it is upside down because it is a obd 1.5 system simplified means it is a obd 1 with obd 2 connector to program a remote first make sure the batteries are good then if your dcl (data connector link) is wider at the bottom than the top u need to jump using a paperclip the bottomleft terminal with the fourth one over on the bottom this will cycle the door locks then press any button on your remote it should cycle the locks if the locks cycle it accepted the remote signal you can program any 2 remotes for the 2nd just push a button on that remote within 30 seconds it should also cycle the locks unplug the paperclip and try the remotes. it worked well for my 95 se bonneville hope it works for you.
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wow this thread is 9 years old please start a new thread with your issue in the proper section thank you
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