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Some vehicles that use KOBLUEAR1XT 4 Button remotes are onboard programmable and some are not. Some vehicles use KOBLEAR1XT remotes that have a #1 or 2 on the back. This is for seat memory. It is unimportant to get a #1 and #2 pair. The order they are programmed into the car determines which will act like #1 or #2, if the vehicle is even equipped with seat memory.
Remote For GMC Buick Chevrolet Cadillac Oldsmobile:
This remote works on many kinds of GM vehicles. The FCC ID of this keyfob remote transmitter is KOBLEAR1XT. GM made this remote with a few different button configurations under these part numbers: 25695954, 25695955, 25695966, 25695967, 15184352, 15184353, 15752330, 15043458, 10443537. These remotes are tested on a keyless entry tester before being shipped to you so we can be sure it is sending proper signals.
For the following vehicles an automotive locksmith is required to program your vehicle to work with the new remote: Buick LeSabre (2000-2005), Cadillac DeVille (2001-2005), Cadillac Eldorado (2001-2002), Cadillac Seville (2001-2004), Chevrolet Astro (2003-2006), Chevrolet Express (2003-2007), Chevrolet Malibu (2001-2005), Chevrolet SSR (2003-2006), GMC Safari (2004-2005), GMC Savana (2003-2007), Oldsmobile Alero (2001-2004), Oldsmobile Aurora (2001-2003), Pontiac Bonneville (2001-2005), Pontiac Grand Am (2001-2005), Pontiac Grand Prix (2004).
You can find a local licensed automotive locksmith using the link below:
Programming Procedure for Chevrolet Astro (2001-2002), Chevrolet Blazer Suv (2001-2005), GMC Jimmy (2001-2004), GMC Safari (2001-2003):
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. Close all vehicle doors, windows closed, wait for dome light to go off.
2. Insert the key into the ignition.
3. Hold down the power UNLOCK button on the driver’s door panel-continue to hold down until instructed to release in step 9.
4. Perform steps 5 through 8 in fairly rapid succession.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (as far as you can go without starting the engine).
6. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
7. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
8. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
9. Release the power unlock button on the door panel. The vehicle will lock and unlock the doors automatically.
10. Hold down the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the transmitter simultaneously until the door locks and unlocks. This step may take up to 30 seconds.
11. Repeat step 10 for each additional transmitter (including any existing transmitters).
12. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position in order to exit the transmitter programming mode.
Programming Procedure for Chevrolet Corvette (2001-2004):
1. Turn the ignition to ON.
2. Make sure the radio is OFF.
3. Press the RESET button in order to clear any warning messages on the instrument panel display.
4. Press and release the OPTIONS button on the DIC several times to scroll through the display options until the instrument panel is blank.
5. Press and hold the RESET button for 2 seconds.
6. FOB TRAINING message will be displayed. Press the RESET Button once. The message HOLD LK + UNLK 1 ST FOB will be displayed.
7. Simultaneously press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the first remote for about 5 or more seconds. The IPC will indicate when the remote is programmed and when to proceed to next remote. Repeat this for all remotes you wish to use including existing remotes.
8. Remove the key.
Programming Procedure for Chevrolet Impala (2001-2005), Chevrolet Monte Carlo (2001-2005):
1. Insert the keys in the ignition and turn the ignition switch from OFF to RUN, up to eight times within ten seconds, ending in OFF. When the vehicle has successfully entered programming mode, it will lock and then unlock all door locks automatically. (Note: The RUN position is as far as you can turn the key without cranking the engine. If the door locks do not cycle indicating programming mode has been entered, try the procedure without doing step 1 and having the driver door closed. If you still can’t get into programming mode after trying this numerous times both ways then you either do not have the factory keyless entry system or it is not functioning properly. In many vehicles you should end in the RUN position and not the OFF position. If you have anti-theft deterrent then before doing this step you should open the driver door and cycle the power door locks twice. This means you press LOCK, UNLOCK, LOCK, UNLOCK. Step ones says to turn from OFF to RUN up to eight times. If the locks cycle before eight times then move onto step 2 immediately. Do not continue cycling the ignition switch.)
2. Within 15 seconds, press ANY button on a keyless entry remote transmitter. The doors will lock and then unlock to confirm that each keyless entry remote transmitter has been activated. (Note: When the first keyless entry remote transmitter is programmed, all existing keyless entry remote transmitters are erased.)
3. Repeat step 2 immediately for each transmitter that will operate the vehicle including your old ones (if any.)
4. If the door locks do not respond for any keyless entry remote transmitter, wait 10 seconds and press the button again.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position or wait up to 30 seconds after step 2, to exit program mode. If a keyless entry remote transmitter has been activated, the vehicle may lock and unlock all doors one last time to confirm.
The following vehicles can use this remote when equipped with the factory keyless entry system:
Pontiac Grand Am (2001-2005), Buick LeSabre (2000-2005), Cadillac DeVille (2001-2005), Cadillac Eldorado (2001-2002), Cadillac Seville (2001-2004), Chevrolet Astro (2001-2005), Chevrolet Blazer (2001-2005), Chevrolet Corvette (2001-2004), Chevrolet Express 1500 (2003-2007), Chevrolet Express 2500 (2003-2007), Chevrolet Express 3500 (2003-2007), Chevrolet Impala (2001-2005), Chevrolet Malibu (2001-2005), Chevrolet Monte Carlo (2001-2005), Chevrolet SSR (2003-2006), GMC Jimmy (2001-2004), GMC Safari (2001-2005), GMC Savana 1500 (2003-2007), GMC Savana 2500 (2003-2007), GMC Savana 3500 (2003-2007), Oldsmobile Alero (2001-2004), Oldsmobile Aurora (2001-2003), Pontiac Bonneville (2001-2005), Pontiac Grand Prix (2004).