|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FOB-GM-054|
GM KEYLESS ENTRY REMOTE CLICKER FOB FCC: MYT3X6898B & GM P/N: 15008009 (MEMORY #2) PLUS PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS
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- ISUZU > ASCENDER > 2003 Ascender
- ISUZU > ASCENDER > 2005 Ascender
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- CHEVY > TRAILBLAZER > 2002 Trailblazer
- CHEVY > TRAILBLAZER > 2003 Trailblazer
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GM Remote Fob / FCC: MYT3X6898B / GM: 15008009
3-Button - Lock - Unlock - Panic
Note: Not all models left the factory with a remote fob system. Some models have it & some don't. Not all have same functions as others. Always try to verify with dealer for correct part number and application.
Always match up your existing remote with the numbers on the back of it - with our numbers. Also, they must look exactly the same, front and back. If there is any doubt - do not buy the remote - as you will not be able to return it once the bag is opened.
This Remote Fob will require programming into your cars computer system to work with your car. It will not work for your car until it is programmed. We recommend you going to your local locksmith to have this programmed. Most Locksmiths have the knowledge and equipment to keep you on the road.
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My wife recently bought a used 2008 Trailblazer. The dealership only had one key and remote. I had another key made, then ordered this keyless remote. It took 5 minutes to program the new remote and reprogram the original, using the instructions included with the remote. Both work with no problems. My wife didn't like the original remote because the images on the buttons had worn off. No problem. The remote from iKeyless looks brand new (not sure if it is or not), so she gets that one. The original remote becomes the spare. Everyone wins!
If you're looking for a replacement remote, don't just look at the shape of the remote and number of buttons. Make sure the numbers (found on the back) are compatible with your vehicle. The dealership had some extra remotes and gave us one that is identical in appearance to the one that came with the Trailblazer. I looked up the part number on the back and discovered that it's for a Tahoe and won't work on the Trailblazer.