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Old 09-13-2014, 04:03 PM
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While I was bored today I went cruising the NAPA website. Came across a three button RKE fob with a programing module for about $45. Part #NOE 7306953. Says it works, no experience.
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Old 11-11-2014, 06:13 PM
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More on this. It's a Dorman product that seems to be widely available now.
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4 years later and I picked one up for $10 with shipping... Nice to see somethings getting cheaper...
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They sometimes provide a knock-off fob that won't program right. Originally it was a GM fob. The good news is that the programmer works with any brand fob.
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Originally Posted by rigacci View Post
4 years later and I picked one up for $10 with shipping... Nice to see somethings getting cheaper...
(weird! I know I posted this earlier!)

If that was $10 for the programmer, please share the source!
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Originally Posted by Casa Del Gatos View Post
(weird! I know I posted this earlier!)

If that was $10 for the programmer, please share the source!

Also interested.
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Also interested.
Pretty sure the guy who posted that was a one-time poster. Never replied to my post, probably hasn't been back since.
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Just google the part number on the back of you fob, then search for a deal !
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Originally Posted by Oldblue View Post
Just google the part number on the back of you fob, then search for a deal !
Fobs are easy.
It was that mythical $10 programmer I was looking for.
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I'm sorry folks but I don't get on very much, to be able to respond promptly

The $10 was for the FOB. Actually it was $7.50.
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