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Old 07-11-2019, 08:49 AM #16
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It took me literally 13 tries to get my fobs programmed. Mine had none when I bout the rig and I ordered some. They work fine....I was just ready to throw them out while trying to program then.



Worst yet, afterwards my wife asked me to replace hers on her '06 Impala. Took 2 mins to program her new ones when they arrived
I reckon I'll keep on trying, maybe I'll luck up and get it right.

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Is this the Chriper?
That's it!! It took me SEVERAL times too. I think I ended up using the key in the door for the programming instead of using the lock button..
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That's it!! It took me SEVERAL times too. I think I ended up using the key in the door for the programming instead of using the lock button..
Does it matter that I don't have an OEM key? Both of the ones I have a replacement keys.

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Does it matter that I don't have an OEM key? Both of the ones I have a replacement keys.

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No. I bought my runner from a mom and pop dealer that only had one metal key from Home Depot or something similar. Went to the dealer and ordered a fob and key and went home and got it working.. eventually.
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Yep. Your truck was equipped with keyless entry.
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Yep. Your truck was equipped with keyless entry.
I've tried every possible combination of fast, slow, by hand, key in door etc and I can't get the locks cycle....

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I've tried every possible combination of fast, slow, by hand, key in door etc and I can't get the locks cycle....

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Here is the 2000 FSM procedure. Have you tried all this?
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Here is the 2000 FSM procedure. Have you tried all this?
Printed and will try it this weekend. Thanks for the information.
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After many, and I do mean many tries I finally got 1 of 2 key fobs programmed. Not sure why the 2nd one will not work. But could care less at this point. This video is what helped me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8ZfgTPBlns&feature=youtu.be

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