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Old 01-16-2005, 09:27 PM   #1
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i have a question about porgramming a remote for my 95 boneville i found the instructions online but i have a question about it. on question #2 where is this valet/bypass switch located at?



PROGRAMMING TRANSMITTERS:

It is important to remember that during programming, each individual step of the procedure must be executed within 15 seconds of the previous step. When the 15 second time limit is allowed to expire, the system will automatically exit program mode. This is indicated by a long "chirp" from the siren. Additionally, any time the ignition key is turned off while programming, the system will immediately exit program mode. This is also indicated by a long "chirp" from the siren.

TO PROGRAM ADDITIONAL TRANSMITTERS:

I. Enter the vehicle, and turn the ignition key to the "on" position.

2. Move the valet/bypass switch on - off - on - off- on then off.

3. The dash L.E.D. will flash one time, and the siren will "chirp" one time, indicating thesystem is ready to accept programming for channel 1, or the arm/disarm and panic functions.

4. You can assign any of the three transmitter button functions listed below to channel 1.

a) Pressing button #1 on the keychain transmitter.

b) Pressing button #2 on the keychain transmitter.

c) Pressing both buttons simultaneously on the keychain transmitter.

5 Press and hold the selected choice a, b, or c above, until the siren emits a long "chirp" to confirm that programming of channel I was successful. -

6. Move the valet/bypass switch on, then off again.

7. The dash mounted L. E. D. will flash 2 times, and the siren will "chirp" one time, indicating that the system is ready to accept programming for channel 2, or the pulsed ground output for remote trunk release, remote car starter, etc.

8. You can assign anyone of the two remaining button functions listed in 4a, 4b, or 4c above to operate channel 2. You cannot use the button(*) that operate channel 1, selected in step 5, to operate channel 2.

9. Press and hold the selected choice. The siren will emit a long "chirp" to confirm that programming of channel 2 was successful.

10. Move the valet/bypass switch on, then off again.

11. The dash mounted L.E.D. will flash 3 times, and the siren will "chirp" one time, indicating that the system is ready to accept programming for channel 3.

12. Press and hold the remaining transmitter button function. The siren will emit a long "chirp" to confirm that programming of channel 3 was successful.

13. To exit program mode, either turn the ignition key to the off position, or move the valet switch on then off one additional time. This is indicated by a long "chirp" from the siren.



QUICK REFERENCE:

You can program any individual channel, without reprogramming all channels, by following the quick reference chart below.



CHANNEL VALET SWITCH L.E.D.

1) ON then OFF 3 Times I Flashes

2) ON then OFF 4 Times 2 Flashes

3)) ON then OFF 5 Times 3 Flashes

After the desired channel is programmed, turn the ignition key to the off position to exit programming mode.
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Try our Techinfo article. I believe the 95 instructions are there.
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i found the instruction for the 95 boneville but when i jump the 4 pin and 8 pin on the diagnostic port nothing happens, i dont get it? iam using a paper clip i tried the top and bottom port and nothing i dont hear the locks go up or down, am i doing something wrong? i have ign off and i jump the terminals and nothing, ive notice that the terminals dont have any cavities in them so that the paper clip will hold in, ive looked at the top and bottom of both number 4 and 8 of the diagnosic port they one of them has a cavity where the paper clip will hold but the other one doesn't have one, are those the right ports 4 and 8 to jump on the diagnostic port?
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Did your car originally come with keyless entry? Please put your year and trim level in your signature. Click on the profile link at the top right of any page and fill that out.

If your car had keyless from the factory, you should have RPO code AUO (? is that right) on your RPO label on the spare tire cover in the trunk. If it'* not there, you can't get the remote working.
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i did mine with a paperclip too, blew a fuse doing it, the instructions you list seem different than the ones i used tho, try a google search, i dont believe the method i used from this site
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Did your car originally come with keyless entry? Please put your year and trim level in your signature. Click on the profile link at the top right of any page and fill that out.

If your car had keyless from the factory, you should have RPO code AUO (? is that right) on your RPO label on the spare tire cover in the trunk. If it'* not there, you can't get the remote working.
i thought all boneville come with a keyless entry from the factory? my 95 boneville has a secruity light and VATS on it and it has a alarm light in the middle of the dash, so i assumed it did come with a keyless entry, ill ckeck on my option sticker for the codes
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Keyless entry was not a standard option on SE'*. Some had it though. That code should tell you.
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