Then it is going to have to been taken some where that can read all the computers. Then if need be relearn the keys to the car if it somehow for get the keys. Or you may have something that went bad. Without scanning the computers it is hard to say. But if you end up having to program all the keys for any reason. It takes a GM scan tool and GM service install or something that is compatible to be able to do that. So your going to have to choose wisely. Because if you get it towed to a shop then they say we do n'o have the tools to do that. Then it will have to be towed to the dealer anyways to be repaired. Sometimes the dealer is the best choice. You can try a lock Smith, but again he might not have the correct tools or he might not be able to fix it, and because of a failed part. So you will have to pay him for coming out then have to pay someone else to fix it. Those are completely different then the GM pass lock sensors where you can try to learn them with the three ten minute key cycles. I have had to program those keys before when all the keys were lost. When I worked for Saturn, it took the GM scan tool and the GM service stall and it took took a little while, then time you out so that they cannot quickly steal cars. Even if you have all of the correct tools. Your really going to have to call around and choose wisely, even then you may end up having to take it to the dealer and spending even more money than you would have spent if you just took it there to begin with. Cars are getting more and more complex as time goes on. Every make has there own version of the new technology. That makes independent shops harder and harder to repair them. They have to invest in tools and training to keep up with this technology.
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 AT 2:46 PM