donarudo
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Re: Programming a new Remote Keyless Entry Fob?

Thu Aug 29, 2019 4:55 pm

That's great to hear. I am in Seattle too, with the same problem. Which dealer did you go to, may I ask?

TheLondonBroiler
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Re: Programming a new Remote Keyless Entry Fob?

Fri Aug 30, 2019 7:37 am

Td911 wrote:
Wed Aug 07, 2019 4:11 pm
I purchased a 2016 Spark LT1 2 weeks ago from a Seattle Chevy dealer and I needed a 2nd key fob made. The parts department ordered it and it came in a week. They cut the key fine but when they tried to program the fob the car wouldn’t go into programming so they had to connect the car to their computer and and it went fine. The service advisor said some of the Spark ev fobs need to be programmed that way. $62 for the fob, $68 to program it., but I got the salesman to cover the programming part. Done and it works.
Good to hear. Even @ $130, that seems like a bargain compared to what most charge. I discovered that the programming procedure GM outlined in the manual is actually impossible due to a hardware limitation, which I outlined in a similar thread on this forum.
2015 Spark EV w/ DCFC 46,XXX miles
Purchased 1/20/18 w/ 16,5XX miles
2019 Bolt EV w/ DCFC 15,XXX miles
Purchased 3/16/19 w/ 87 miles

Mesasand
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Location: Las Vegas, NV

Re: Programming a new Remote Keyless Entry Fob?

Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:30 am

I’ve contacted several third party locksmiths and nobody will touch it. From all my research it appears the fob can only be programmed by a Chevy dealer. My local Buick dealer can’t even do it. It must be a Chevy dealer.
Mesasand
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2016 Spark EV LT2, 30k miles

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