Keyless Entry Problem / Solution (GM Key Fob 22733524)
The unlock button on my new key fob quit working weeks ago. Thanks to
YouTuber trando2010, I found a quick and easy solution to this issue that I
had to try and share with you.
Here is his original video link :
GM Key Fob Fix (Works with many different fobs)
Made this video to show how you can cheaply and easily fix your key fob if
you have one or more buttons that no longer function. This fix works with a
TON of different fobs that GM uses, you can check the website that sells
these for a complete list of compatible vehicles/fobs. I am in no way
affiliated or employed by this company, I just had a dead button on my fob
that was driving me insane and this fix works like magic so I wanted to
share the knowledge.
Simply put, the buttons stop working due to worn carbon pads on the back
side of the buttons. These pads are what complete the circuit for whatever
function you want which then sends the proper signal to the vehicle.
Without a completed circuit, the signal is never sent, and the button
appears to be dead.
With the insert you can purchase from www.keylessfix.com you can restore
all your buttons to their proper working state. Simply pull your key fob
apart, remove the circuit board from inside, and place the insert into the
button cavity with the SMOOTH SIDE DOWN, against the buttons. Reassemble
the fob and all your buttons will now work.
There is another issue some may run into where ALL buttons stop working,
but this is very likely due to the battery holder detaching itself from the
circuit board. To fix this issue, simply resolder the battery holder to the
circuit board in the three locations it is attached with.
Hope this helps save you money on fixing a seemingly broken key fob for a
lot less than you think!
Program keyless entry remote for GM / Chevrolet / GMC1998-2006
If you get a new keyless entry remote (key fob) or change the battery in
your remote you may need to reprogram your vehicle to accept the remote.
This procedure works for a lot of 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, 2006, 2007, and some 2008, and 2009 GM (Chevtolet and GMC) vehicles.
See below for vehicles that the procedure should work on.
Thursday, August 02, 2012
Suburban/Yukon 2000- 2006
Blog post here:
Another resource to find instructions: http://www.programyourremote.com/
How to Program a GM Keyless Entry Remote Key Fob LHJ011
Programming instructions for GM Key Fob with FCC ID: LHJ011
GM Part # 21997127, 15132197 #1, 15132198 #2, 10377295, 22730827, 15186203,
15186200 #1, 15186201 #2
Check out http://www.ekeyfobs.com for great prices on replacement keyless
entry remotes and transponder keys.
You can purchase this item directly at
This procedure was carried out on a 2003 GMC Yukon but will also work for
the following vehicles
2003 2004 2005 2006 Escalade
2003 2004 2005 2006 Avalanche
2005 2006 Equinox
2003 2004 2005 2006 Silverado
2007 Silverado Classic Body Style
2003 2004 2005 2006 Suburban
2003 2004 2005 2006 Tahoe
2003 2004 2005 2006 Sierra
2003 2004 2005 2006 Yukon
2003 2004 2005 2007 Hummer H2
How To Unlock A Car Without Keys
http://CollisionBlast.com/LockOutKit - Have your ever locked your keys
inside your car? In this video I am going to show you two different
methods for unlocking your car doors without the key. If you are a repair
shop who pulls a lot of cars in and out this tool will be useful. It has
saved me many times. It may not work on every car, but it does work on
I posted this video before, but I have improved the audio for this video.
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where we test auto related products, tips, and tricks to see if they work
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General Motors' EN-V concept - we ride shotgun
TheChargingPoint.com recently got a ride in GM's incredible EN-V concept,
designed to combat the problems of overcrowding, parking availability and
air quality within the city of tomorrow.
Read our report at
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Fix Your GM factory remote using KEYLESSFIX button replacement pad. 2 Minute repair. Key fob repair.
Many GM factory remotes don't last very long. Using the keylessfix button
replacement pad from keylessfix.com you can repair your own remote right at
home. My videos will tell you exactly how you can repair your own remote at
home. If your buttons on your remote do not respond, this video is for you.
Our keylessfix button replacement pad will work for the following GM
vehicles: G5, G6, Cobalt, Pursuit, Alure, LaCrosse, Lucerne, Montana, SV6,
Uplander, Relay, Terraza, Malibu, Impala, and more. Check our site to make
sure your remote is compatible. Comment if you found this video helpful.