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Old 11-09-2012, 04:32 PM   #31
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I finally got it to do something.

I push the start button without holding the brake in, the screens light up. I hold the brake in while pressing and holding the programming button behind the glove box and the char chirps 3 times, I then press and release the button and the car chirps 4 times. The only problem now is that I do not see on the screen anywhere to scroll through the options to program it? I still see the basic stuff that I usually do.
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