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Old 10-20-2014, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default 96 bonneville-obd2 connector missing 8th pin?

hi their, I am trying to program a new keyfob to my 96 Bonneville. I read the directions , looked at the connector diagram wich shows the wide part of the connector being the top with 1-through 8 holes. The directions state to ground 4 and 8 pins, the issue I am having is their is no metal pin in the 8th hole. is this common, do I have a different connector style or do I have another issue all together, ty
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You have a different issue all together. You have no keyless entry. If it wasn't installed at the factory, then you didn't get the 8th pin.
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makes sense thanks mike!
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But, we can double verify if you take a picture of the RPO sticker on the spare tire cover I can check to see if it did come with it.
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