How to Program Remote Keyless Entry for GMC vehicles
General Motors (GMC) was the first large manufacturer to make keyless entry widely available, with its collection of 1989 models. It was called Passive Entry Passive Start and was available mainly on its W-platform vehicles including the Buick Regal, the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme and the Pontiac Grand Prix.
Today, GMC provides keyless entry remotes as a standard for all its makes and models, including its highly popular Cobalt model, which replaced the equally popular Cavalier model.
Purchasing GMC remote keyless elsewhere
You can pay as much as $129 per piece for keyless entry systems when you buy replacement fobs from your local GM dealer. We urge you to look though our listings of cheap GM keyless remotes first before going elsewhere.
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More about GMC remote key fobs from a dealer
Local GM dealers are likely to charge at least $35 to program keyless entry and may even charge more. In order to avoid these costs we provide instructions for you to do-it-yourself.
Programming a GMC Keyless Entry System:
We provide detailed instructions on programming GMC Chevrolet Keyless entry systems including the following models:
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This is only a small part of our effort to provide users with suitable programming instructions for keyless remotes.