Now twenty four videos offering help to General Motors drivers who’s key fobs or remote controls have gone dead.
This is the Chevy Sonic. The Turbo model is the first to feature keyless start.
Here is the new Cadillac XT5 crossover, hiding its keyhole.
In this video, we have a GMC Acadia in hand. The next one used a stand-in.
Here’s a video demonstration for keyless start GMC Acadia and Terrain owners.
This video features the Buick Envision and its hidden key hole.
This video updates the Chevy Cruze, which has important back up changes in the 2017 model.
This video features a 2017 Malibu. It is hiding its key hole.
Updated video help for Coupes. The video will help with getting into and starting the Chevrolet Corvette (C6 and C7), Cadillac CTS or ELR Coupe. And getting out, if you need to!
Video help exclusive for the Chevrolet Corvette (C6 and C7). Similar to the video above, but the start process is unique. We included help getting out if the start battery dies while you’re inside.
Video help with a late model Camaro. Easy to start, but hiding its key hole.
Video help with the Cadillac XTS. If you tried the XTS owner’s manual, you may have found the wrong entry procedure!
This video will help with getting in and starting the Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and GMC Yukon.
Video help for Chevrolet Malibu and Impala. The Impala has a hidden key hole and the sedans share a back up start method. Finding the key hole in Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban and Cadillac CTS and ATS is the same as shown here.
Video help unique to the Cadillac SRX. No other GM vehicle uses this transmitter pocket location.
Video help for the Chevrolet Cruze. Getting in is easy, starting the car is another matter…
Video help for both generation Chevy Volts.
Video help with a 2014 and later Buick LaCrosse.
Video help with the Buick Encore.
A video of us replacing the battery in a dead key fob or remote control.
One more video replacing the battery in a Buick flip key.
And a second Buick key fob style battery replacement.
A new, tweaked, fob style found in a Malibu, so far.
This one covers GMC key fobs used in keyless start models.
Here’s one for Cadillac key fobs.