It applies to 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 Buick Rendezvous keyless entry remotes (OEM GM remotes)
Current GM remote PN: 10335582 PN on the remote: 10335582-88 or 9364556-4575
Please follow those free do it yourself programming steps
1. Close all doors
2. Put the key in the ignition cylinder and turn the ON position (do not start the vehicle). On is as far as you can turn without starting the engine
3. Turn the key to OFF and take it out of the ignition
4. Press the drivers side power door lock switch (on the door) in the UNLOCK position and hold it until step 8
5. Put the key in the ignition and take it out (do not turn it)
6. Put the key in the ignition again and take it out (do not turn it)
7. Put the key in the ignition again and this time leave it in the ignition (do not turn it)
8. Release power Unlock switch on the door. The vehicle should sound 3 beeps to confirm programming mode active
9. Now grab the remote and press both Lock and Unlock buttons simultaneously and hold those for several seconds or until you hear 2 beeps confirming that this new remote has been programmed.
10. Perform step 9 again if you have more then one remote (that is including any existing remote you already have working)
11. Remove the key from the ignition
12. Test the remotes from outside of your vehicle.
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2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 Buick Rainier keyless remotes
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1- Close all the vehicle doors.
2- Insert the key into the ignition cylinder (do not turn on).
3- Press and hold the door unlock switch on door panel.
4- While holding the door lock switch in the unlock position, cycle
the ignition ON, OFF, ON, OFF.
5- Release the door unlock switch. The doors will lock and unlock
to confirm the program mode.
6- Press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK button simultaneously on one
transmitter. After a delay of approx. 15 seconds, the doors will
lock and unlock to confirm the programming of that transmitter.
7- Repeat the previous step to program up to 4 transmitters.
8- Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position in order to exit
the keyless entry transmitter program mode.
9- Operate the transmitter(s) functions to verify proper operation.
All Buick LaCrosse (with or without) remote start have to be programmed by your GM dealership or a local automotive locksmith. It takes 5 minutes to program the remote or less. Your local dealership may or may not charge for training your vehicle to recognize the remote. Please ask them to do it free of charge, as a courtesy service, as it only take couple of minutes for the technician to program this remote.
Please find free do it yourself programming instructions below
Works for the following
1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996 Buick Centry keyless remote system
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. You can program up to 2 remotes
1. Access programming connector wire (a single black/white wire located behind panel in RH trunk)
2. Connect programming connector wire to the ground (any metal element in your vehicle)
3. Door locks should lock and unlock to indicate programming mode active
4. To program remotes proceed as follows
5. Press any button on remote transmitter
6. Door locks should lock and unlock to indicate programming of this remotes
7. Repeat 5 for additional remote
8. Disconnect programming connector wire from ground to exit programming mode
If you have any questions please contact us at 866-690-4308 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your remote does not program, you most likely need to order another remote to replace a broken one.
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Q: How do I know if my car has a keyless entry system?
A: Do you have any keyless entry remotes? If you do, or if you have had one before on your car, then you know your car has a keyless entry system installed on it.
Also, you can see our Blog/Post dedicated to this question here:
Q: Do you know why my remote just died?
A: Maybe the battery died. Check/Change the battery in your remote. Did you drop it or did it get wet recently? Car remotes are fragile. They can break internally easily if dropped.
Q: How do I find out the Year of my car?
A: Look in the driver’s side door jam. There will be a sticker there with some information about your vehicle there. Also, if you have the paperwork from when you bought your car, it will have the year of the car on it. It will also tell you on your insurance card or your registration. Lastly, you can always have us look up the year, by calling us with your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).
Q: I am not sure what Model I have? (Example: EX, LX, SE, Limited, etc.)
A: Look at the paperwork from when you purchased your vehicle. It should state the Model and trim. Call the dealer and give them your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), they will be able to tell you as well. Look at the back of your car, truck, van or SUV. Are there letters or numbers on there somewhere?
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What is a smart key?
Smart keys can go by lots of different names: Keyless Go, Intelligent Key, Smart Access, My Key, Fast Key, and Smart Key.
All of these keys use something called Proximity Technology. Once you are in close “proximity” of your vehicle, your remote key is automatically activated. Somewhere on the outside of your vehicle there is a transceiver or sorts that recognizes your key.
There is also a transceiver located inside the car that will allow you to start the car with your “Smart Key”.
Essentially what this means is that you do not need a traditional key to start your vehicle. You would simply hold the key close or keep it in your pocket or purse and push a start button or turn the start dial on your dash.
If you have a key with a metal part that you put into the steering column and turn to start your car, then you do not have a “smart key” system.
What is key cloning?
Cloning a key is a process where a key cutter (hardware store or locksmith) uses a special machine to match the code on your existing/working key to a new one that you are having programmed. They will basically insert your old (working) key into their special programming (cloning) machine and it will generate the code to cut and program your new key.
This “cloning” type programming method does not always work. Automotive Manufacturers are getting smarter and are changing the type of transponder chips that are in the keys, making it more difficult to have a key programmed anywhere but at the dealership.
If you still have any questions about transponder chip keys or cloning key blanks please feel free to call us at 866-690-4308 or visit us online at www.carandtruckremotes.com.
What exactly is a transponder key?
These days, most car keys come with a “chip” inside of the head of the key. This is called a transponder key blank. The word transponder is short for transmitter/responder. This transponder chip that is imbedded in the head of your car key keeps the car from being started unless the chip has been programmed. Some also call the transponder chip a disabler since the chip actually disables the car from being started if it is not programmed.
In order to have these transponder (chip) keys programmed you will need to take the key to your local dealer or to a pro automotive locksmith. There the professional can “program” your key (transponder chip) to match your car’s ignition code. Usually you will have to provide the dealer or the locksmith with proof of ownership of the vehicle before they will program and cut your new key.
The important thing to remember with a transponder key is that is not enough just to have it cut you must also have the transponder chip programmed so you can start your car. If you have the key cut and not programmed it will unlock the car and turn in the ignition, but it will not turn over the ignition start.