What did you do to your non-G body project today

mclellan83

mclellan83

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What year make and model are you working on and are you program the key or the fob. I was a service manager at gm for 10 years I might be able to help
I appreciate it 2004 Pontiac GTO, programming the fob
 
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Huen79H/O

Huen79H/O

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I appreciate it 2004 Pontiac GTO, programming the fob
Well the 04 gto is an animal of its own based from the down under and not like any other gm product and the little dealership I worked at only had a couple in it the whole time I was there sorry I don't have any info for you
 
mclellan83

mclellan83

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Appreciate the thought, don't think there would be much to do anyway since it is probably a dead battery
 
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Huen79H/O

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Appreciate the thought, don't think there would be much to do anyway since it is probably a dead battery
You could go to o'Reilly I think they have a fob tester. That would tell you if battery was good and if fob sending out signal. I think those use a watch battery that is pretty easy to change
 
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Most dealers keep a RF meter in the service drive thru and test fobs all day long.
 
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mclellan83

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You could go to o'Reilly I think they have a fob tester. That would tell you if battery was good and if fob sending out signal. I think those use a watch battery that is pretty easy to change
Actually not easy to change the battery, they are soldered on both sides. After some research I am going to make sure that the door was fully shut and try again to see if that is why there is no beeping
 
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81cutlass

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Tooned (turned VATS, some tq. mgmt, and fixed the speedometer) a coworkers LS square long bed. 83 former diesel, now 4.8/60e.

I'm super impressed, he had never done an engine swap before and started last fall. He asked how to do wiring, I said I have HP tuners and he just needs to spend time on LT1 Swap, he did all his own research and work. It's cleaner than anything I have built for sure! Haha

Square people have it EASY, apparently they make LS swap specific exhaust, crossmembers, ECM brackets, use DBW pedals out of a 95ish diesel 2500, all sorts of nice stuff that just bolts in. Makes us G body LS swappers feel inadequate!

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