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Old 07-01-2007, 05:09 PM   #1
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Does anyone have access to a Tech 2? I need to program the keyless entry receiver in my wife'* Buick. Or does anyone know a dealer who will do this for a reasonable price? Any help would be appreciated.

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I don't think you need a Tech 2 to program the remote. I can program a remote for my 98 SSEi by just using a fused jumper on the OBD connector under the dash. Maybe the procedure is about the same for the Buick.

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Check Techinfo/Electrical/Accessories and try our procedure. If the locks respond to the jumper, it should work. A fused jumper is just as a safety. A paperclip will work.
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Guys I think he got a New Receiver and needs to have it programed to the car, from there he should be able to program the transmitters

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Yes, the receiver not the transmitter.

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my dealer charges $35 to connect
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