This remotes works on a bunch of years and models and they all get programmed the same way with one exception. The one exception is the 1995 Buick Riviera. This one vehicle isn't onbaord programmable, meaning that scan tool programming is required. You can get this done by a local automotive locksmith. The programming instructions are easy to follow and we have free tech support if needed.
Remote For Buick Oldsmobile Pontiac:
This is a replacement for the factory keyless entry remote. The remote is tested on keyless entry testers to ensure proper functioning before we send it to you. The original FCC IDs for this remote were ABO0302T and ABO0303T with three buttons.
For 1995 Riviera:
This vehicle is not onboard programmable which means you will need a an automotive locksmith to program the vehicle to accept the replacement remote or key or to cut a key. Please use an automotive locksmith rather than the dealer. You are
likely to get a better service for a more reasonable price.
For 1994-1995 Lesabre, 1994-1995 Park Avenue, 1995 Aurora, 1994-1995 Eighty Eight, 1994-1995 Ninety Eight, 1994-1995 Bonneville:
IMPORTANT: Before entering programming mode, have in possession all of the transmitters you will be using on the vehicle. Once you program the transmitter, all previous codes will be erased from the memory. The other transmitters will not be functional until you program the transmitters again.
1. Insert keys in ignition and leave in OFF position.
2. Locate the Data Line Connector (DLC) underneath the driver’s side dashboard. Use the figures below as a map for your DLC (they usually aren’t numbered) based on how your DLC is positioned. The view in the picture below is looking straight into the cavities of the DLC. Notice how the DLC is tapered on both ends: we will be working on the wider row of cavities (1 through 8 in the figure below).
3. Make sure there are metal contact pins in terminals 8 and 4 and connect the Data Line Connector (DLC) terminal 8 to terminal 4 with a suitable jumper wire (leave the jumper wire connected throughout the programming procedure). Make sure you know which terminals are 8 and 4. The vehicle will respond by cycling the locks (locking then unlocking doors) to signify entering of programming mode.
4. Press and hold both the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons together on the first transmitter to be programmed. After about 30 seconds, the vehicle will respond by cycling the locks (locking then unlocking doors). Release the buttons on the transmitter.
5. Within one minute, repeat step 4 on the remaining transmitters to be programmed.
6. Remove the jumper wire applied to the DLC (disconnect terminals 8 and 4).
7. Test transmitter(s) for function.
For 1991-1992 Park Avenue, 1992-1993 Eighty Eight, 1992 Ninety Eight:
1. Insert the key in ignition and leave in the OFF position.
2. Locate the Data Link Connector (DLC) under driver’s side dashboard. Use the figure below to find the A and G pins.
3. Connect pins A and G of the DLC with a suitable electric wire. Receiver will respond by locking and unlocking doors within 2 seconds.
4. Press the UNLOCK button on the first remote to be programmed. Vehicle will respond by locking and unlocking the doors.
5. Press UNLOCK button on second remote to be programmed. Vehicle will respond by locking and unlocking the doors.
6. Disconnect jumper wire between pins A and G.
For 1993 Ninety Eight and 1992-1993 Bonneville:
1. Locate the Data Link Connector underneath the driver side dashboard. Use the diagram to identify the pins.
2. Ground pin G of the DLC. The receiver will respond by locking and unlocking the doors within 2 seconds.
3. Press any button on the first remote to be programmed. The door locks will cycle again.
4. Repeat step 3 for an additional remote (if any). The door locks will cycle again.
5. Remove the ground applied to pin G.
For 1991 Ninety Eight:
1. Make sure ignition is in the OFF position.
2. Locate the programming connector behind the passenger side instrument panel (accessed by opening the glove box and looking to the top left side, where it is held in place by a clip). It is a plastic connector with two wires leading up to it. The connector is not plugged into anything. You will have to pull out the inner tray of the glove compartment to access the connector.
3. The programming connector has two terminals. Connect both terminals with a suitable jumper wire. The keyless entry module will cycle the door lock motors once. Make sure the jumper wire remains connected throughout the procedure.
4. Press the unlock button on the first remote. In response the keyless entry module will cycle the door lock motors again.
5. If a second remote is to be programmed (including your old one), press the unlock button on the second remote. Door locks cycle again.
6. Remove jumper wire.
The following vehicles can use this remote when equipped with the factory keyless entry system:
Buick LeSabre (1991-1993), Buick LeSabre (1994-1995), Buick Park Avenue (1991-1993), Buick Park Avenue (1994-1995), Buick Riviera (1995), Oldsmobile 88 (1992-1993), Oldsmobile 88 (1994-1995), Oldsmobile 98 (1991), Oldsmobile 98 (1992), Oldsmobile 98 (1993), Oldsmobile 98 (1994-1995), Oldsmobile Aurora (1995), Pontiac Bonneville (1992-1993), Pontiac Bonneville (1994-1995)