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I have had a problem with my remote keyless entry system on my 2001 Chevy Silverado for at least a year now. I have not been able to unlock or lock my vehicle from any distance, rarely only within a few feet, and even then it is intermittent. I bought the correct replacement key fob, and through several long attempts I was able to program it to my truck, and it has the same problems as the original key fob, which I did try to re-program as well. I am quite certain the problem is due to the wireless receiver in the truck, however I find limited and varying information on where it is located to diagnose or replace it. I went to a Chevrolet dealer earlier and was told it would cost $150 for them to just look at it. I am capable of doing many repairs myself and would like to know if anyone could help find where the malfunctioning component is, or if there are any other tests of some sort that would help me. Thanks.
By Mark Williard
I have an 04 Chevy Silverado. Rear doors will not unlock with key fob or the lock button, but will lock if I manually unlock them. Does anybody have any idea what may have happened and how to fix this? It is a true inconvenience when your trying to put something on the back seat and have to open the front door to reach back to unlock the rear door. Thanks
As some of you may know, I've been working hard to help the lovely members of this forums program some of their vehicles to add unique and exciting features to their trucks and cars.
Well, I'm happy to announce a project I've been working very hard on over the last few months. Welcome to Coastal Flash!
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Talk to you all soon...
By Max M
So I’ve been having this issue and seems progressively worse, I took the truck into the dealership and they were telling me the chirping noise I’m having is the Passive exhaust valve however I have the AFM disabled. And the truck still makes the noise with the PEV clamped open. When I was pulling into my driveway while the truck was idling it was even making the noise and it’s nowhere close to where the PEV is. Wondering if it’s my catalytic converters failing? Has anyone else seen the same issue?
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