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Old 06-23-2003, 09:06 AM   #1
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Hi I have seen lots of remotes on ebay for sale..will they work with my 94 bonnie or is it best to get that from the dealer?

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I think they changed the part numbers from year to year, maybe every couple of years--best bet would be to go to a dealer and find out what part number you need (sometimes a couple of part numbers will work) then research em online.
If you find out the numbers, punch em in at gmpartsdirect.com --list for my car (a 96) is around $75, but they sell em for $43.
I have the ones for my 96 still, but don't need em since I installed a aftermarket system. If they'll work with your car, maybe we can work out a deal--the part numbers on them are 25678792 & 25668603

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If you still have an old remote for your car look on the back of it. There will be some funky code number on it. Any matching remote with the same code can be programmed to work with your car. This code number isn't the wireless code for your car but instead the P/N for the type of transciever that will work with your system.
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ok thanks..I'll check and see!
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I bought mine off E-Bay. If I remember correctly, you just have to get a remote with the same FCC ID on it. I believe the ones for 95 and older Bonnies, Park Ave, etc. have a number of ABO0104T or something similar on them.

The owners manual tells you how to program the remote to work with your car. It was real easy.

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