by Matthew Fortuna
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Keyless entry systems can be found in a number of GM vehicles, including the Pontiac G6. You can program your remotes yourself in just minutes from the driver’s seat, using nothing more than your ignition key and the remote. Once programmed, you will be able to access the door locks, panic alarm, and trunk release. You can sync up to four remotes to the system and have them ready to use right out of the box.
Get into your car, close all doors behind you, and press and hold the “Unlock” switch on the driver’s door. Be prepared to hold the lash during the next step.
Insert and remove the key from the ignition twice and then insert the key into the ignition a third time.
Release the “Unlock” tab on the door and wait for the car to make a chime sound.
Press and hold the “Lock” and “Unlock” buttons on your remote for up to 30 seconds, until you hear another chime. This will indicate that the programming was successful and you can remove the key from the ignition.