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Jon Gilbert

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About Jon Gilbert

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  • Birthday 12/14/1955

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    SnoMo
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    2016 Silverado 2500HD LTZ

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  1. Completed reprogramming the 2 new remotes - used the "old emergency key" to kickoff the process for when you do not have (2) working remotes. Worked as advertised in the owner's manual - programming process also "erased" the old remote. Now I'll replace the driver's door lock cylinder with the new cylinder coded for a different key profile and move on.
  2. Update: I did order new driver's door, glovebox, and spare tire lock sets ($ 127.90) for my son's 2020 truck. The kits come "un-coded" with packs of pins and since I had access to a similar vehicle key from another late model GMC, I had that key "de-coded" at a local locksmith. Then, using that info, I re-coded the lock cylinders for that key profile. I also bought (2) new remotes ($ 139.90) so as soon as I can get his truck I'll try the re-programming process as laid out in the Owner's Manual. So for $ 267.80 plus some shipping I should be able to get this taken care of. I'll update thi
  3. His insurance will not pay for "lock replacement" or the labor to do it - they would only cover the stolen remote so with $ 500 deductible it's not worth it to turn it in when I can replace all for under $ 500.
  4. We have 1 remote and emergency key but in the description it sounds like all you need is the emergency key to kick-off the re-programming process.
  5. My son's 2020 Sierra 1500 Denali was stolen and recovered quickly (thank you OnStar). The thieves still have a remote w/ emergency key so we're going to need to re-key the driver's door, glove box lock, spare tire lock, and purchase (2) new remotes with uncut emergency key blanks. The truck is only 3 months old so I initially contacted several dealerships to discuss, but of course the "service writers" are clueless and one quoted me $ 2,400 that included parts I didn't need. At that price I'll do it myself (for 20% of that number). So, has anyone used the "programming remotes" pr
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