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    Question 1995 Tahoe OBD 1, need help with programming

    Hi all:

    Can someone please help. I just got an original key fob but no instructions. Can someone tell me how to program it. Fob Model number is ABO0104T P/N: 15731442

    I have a 95 Tahoe with an OBD1.

    Thanks Much for any assistance.

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    your lucky that your tahoe came with a remote-fob. my suggestion is go to the dealer and get them to do it. there the only people I know who can do that.

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    So your truck came stock with rke? if so :

    Ground the pin on the bottom left the DLC (pin G) then press a button on the first fob you want to program, then the locks will unlock and lock and i think the glass in the back opens too (just incase your wondering why its open after you finish) then press another button on the second transmitter you want to program (if there is a second one) and remember if theres one programmed, every time you ground this pin it gets erased, so you do them all at once. after you press a button on the second fob, they locks will lock/unlock and glass unlock again. once this is done, take off the ground, and it will do the whole unlock and lock thing again to tell you it was done properly, as long as you got the right transmitter, should work fine!
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    The DLC (the thing you plug the scanner into to connect with the truck) its pins are labelled like this

    TOP
    F E D C B A
    G H J K L M "G" is the one you want to ground

    and also when you ground it at first it locks and unlocks i think as well to tell you it in program mode.

    Good Luck!

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    Which pin - if there is one - is ground?

    Can you just do a loop in the 12 pin connector?

    Or do you have to go outside the connector for a ground?
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