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I have a remote door opener for my car (previous owner lost back) Does anyone have any recommendations on how to get it to work. I tried a buick dealer and they want about $200. I would love to have it work.

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Lillian, this page on the internet tells how to train your remote.<A HREF="http://www.reatta.net/faq.html#REMOTE" TARGET=_blank>http://www.reatta.net/faq.html#REMOTE</A><P>From that page:<P>From the trunk, pull down the left side cover. You should be able to see a green wire with a spade-type connector on the end. First the ignition has to be in the on position. Then after you connect the green wire to ground and hear the door locks cycle // lock//unlock , you push the unlock button on the remote ,then push it again about 2 secs. later. If programing only one transmitter then do this again right away. If you are programing two different transmitters the do one then the other , then disconnect the green ground wire. This has to be completed within 30 secs. from the time you ground the green wire. Then check results, if not working repeat procedure.

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Dick,<P>I have two remotes for my '90. One works, the other doesn't. Have tried new battery etc. Would doing what you say above bring this unit back to life?? I assume it wouldn't affect the good one, right??<P>Chuck

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Ccar, if both remotes are good the above procedure should make both work. Naturally if one remote doesn't send out a signal or sends out a bad signal the procedure would not help. Performing the procedure should not affect the remote that works. It would just again tell the Reatta to recognize this remote.

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