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Old 09-12-2013, 08:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody purchased key fobs from keylessking* on ebay?

I bought a set of 2 LHJ011 for my 2005 truck, and neither will program. My OEM remote will still program, so I know I'm following the steps correctly. I sent them an email and a video I took showing my steps, just curious if anyone else has had issues with anything purchased from them and how it was resolved.
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Old 09-12-2013, 09:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have no direct experience with them, but be careful buying keyfobs from a major distributor. I needed a new one for my LB7 and 2 months later my buddy for his LBZ, we both separately ordered them from Amazon.

Long story short, they all work on the same damn frequency and we ended up locking each other keys in our trucks a few times.....After that I have no faith that my truck is safe and have a viper waiting to go in when I feel like dealing with a remote start.

Just food for thought.
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I bought two fobs for my son's Grand Prix from them. Not problems at all with them. Programming was easy. From their auctions, it looks like they have a 60day return policy, and offer a phone number to call for help. (215) 948-2434

Were they used remotes or new? Did they send you the correct part number/ID remotes? Could the batteries be dead in them?
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They were new, and the part number is the same as my OEM remote (LHJ011). I didn't test the batteries, that's a good idea.
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:55 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I bought two, and programmed both with my original. I had some difficulty to start. The truck kept exiting programming mode before the new programming was completed because it was taking a long time. I ended up programming each remote by itself, then going back and reprogramming with both the new remotes, and the original remote. The second time they program, it is much faster.
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Long story short, they all work on the same damn frequency and we ended up locking each other keys in our trucks a few times.....After that I have no faith that my truck is safe and have a viper waiting to go in when I feel like dealing with a remote start.

Just food for thought.
Of course they all work on the same frequency. Just like garage door openers. But they have a rolling code that changes every time you use it. I'm finding it hard to believe that they have ever worked on each others truck once, much less a few times.

Any chance you programed them around each others truck? That might account for the condition you indicate - the rolling code is shared between the two trucks?
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Of course they all work on the same frequency. Just like garage door openers. But they have a rolling code that changes every time you use it. I'm finding it hard to believe that they have ever worked on each others truck once, much less a few times.

Any chance you programed them around each others truck? That might account for the condition you indicate - the rolling code is shared between the two trucks?
Nope, I was at work when he programmed his. Still to this day they lock and unlock both trucks, 6 months later.
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Nope, I was at work when he programmed his. Still to this day they lock and unlock both trucks, 6 months later.
Must be a total coincidence they ended up with the same rolling code sequence. Have you tried reprogramming just one of the trucks to see if that helps?

I was showing my neighbor how to do his by going through it at the same time with mine. Sure enough all the remotes opened both trucks. I reprogrammed mine again, and it was never a problem again.
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Found an auto parts store with a key fob tester. The fobs are supposed to continue transmitting as long as the button is pushed, correct? See video below...the OEM remote from my 2011 is first, then I test the new ones I got for my 2005. The new ones for the 05 look like they transmit for a split second when the button is pushed, then stop transmitting.

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I'm facepalming myself over here on their responses so far. At least they are responding I guess...but clearly are not reading or comprehending what I'm telling them....

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I just got a new set of LHJ011 remotes for my 2005 Silverado from you today. I am not able to program these remotes.

These were bought under the name Chris Wessel on eBay auction 111100124686, transaction 1079953636001.

I have one OEM remote that I am able to successfully program, so I know that I'm entering the programming sequence correctly. Here's a video I took to show the steps I took:

VID_20130912_175715_360.mp4 - YouTube

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks,

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Chris



please confirm that you have held down bot the lock and unlock buttons down for up to 5 minutes for each remote
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Hi,

I did try the entire 5 minutes with both remotes. Neither of them would program.
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I just took the key fobs down to a parts store that has a tester. My OEM remote transmits the whole time I have the button pressed, but the new ones I got only transmit for a split second and stop, even when I keep holding the button down. Could this be part of the issue?

Here's a video... VID_20130913_120009_420.mp4 - YouTube
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you have purchased the wrong remote, your truck is the new body style and you purchased the old body style remote (this is noted in the item description)



this is the reason it is not working (notice how the part numbers and look are different)



here is the correct remote you may return the incorrect one for a refund



GM Keyless Remote Key Fob Clicker - OUC60270 15913421



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The truck in question is a 2005. The first remote in the video I posted was for reference only to show how the tester was working, it's from my 2011 truck. I understand the difference between the two. I am trying to program the LHJ011 remotes that I bought from you to my 2005 Silverado. The part number matches the OEM remote that I have for the 2005, so I know I purchased the correct ones.
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