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Old 03-08-2011, 04:34 PM   #1
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I just bought an '02 Park Avenue Ultra that didn't come with any factory remote FOBs. Once I buy the FOBs, can I program them myself, and if so, what'* the procedure?

As an aside, do any of you know if the remote for a '99 Bonnevile will work with an '00+ Park Avenue? I'm guessing that it won't, but I haven't seen the OEM remote for an '00+ Park Avenue yet, and I'll be looking to buy 2 remotes for my '02 Ultra sometime soon.

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I believe they have to be programmed by the dealer.
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programmed by Tech 2 only. if ya want to get the fobs cheaper than the dealer i have 2 brand new one from my bonneville that i bought a month or 2 before she got parted out
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I'm interested if they can be programmed to work with my '02 Park Ave.
What'* the number on the back of each of the remotes that you have?
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programmed by Tech 2 only. if ya want to get the fobs cheaper than the dealer i have 2 brand new one from my bonneville that i bought a month or 2 before she got parted out
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part # remote 1 25665574
FCC ID KOBUT1BT
part # remote 2 25665575
FCC ID KOBUT1BT
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part # remote 1 25665574
FCC ID KOBUT1BT
part # remote 2 25665575
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Thanks for that info, Steve. Please send me a PM and tell me how much you want for them, including shipping to so. Ca. zip 98245.
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