GM Keyless Entry Remote ABO0104T. All You Need To Know. How To Program, Cost, Where To Get & More.
- This page is relevant for programming ALL GM models for this keyless remote (Chevy, Buick, Cadillac, Pontiac, Saturn and some of Isuzu keys)
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Programming instructions – Dealer or locksmith only, no self programming
Part number: ABO0104T
Additional names: OE: 25609144, 15725422, 15955701, 10239647, 10205239.
This type of remote has 3 buttons. Lock, Unlock, Trunk.
You can find it Online, at Autozone and in most automotive locksmith shops as well. We highly recommend getting it online as it is the cheapest way.
This keyless entry remote can’t be programmed manually. You will need an automotive locksmith or the dealer to program it for you.
Cost of GM keyless entry remote
The price for this remote vary.
An automotive locksmith usually sells those for $40.
At Autozone, you can find it for around $20.
Online, you can find it for about $12 (Pack of two). You can order it here
ABO0104T Battery replacement
Like all keyless remotes, the ABO0104T is a battery-operated. The battery usually lasts for about 2-3 years, depends on how frequently you use it, weather conditions and more.
The battery you need is a CR-2016 (Click to get online) and is available for you online or at most hardware stores as well as AutoZone, Wal-mart, etc.
It usually costs around $7 for ten batteries.
This type of remote will work on the following models:
Buick Regal (1989-1996)
Cadillac DeVille (1991-1993)
Chevrolet Silverado (1993-1996)
Chevrolet Impala (1995-1996)
Chevrolet Lumina (1994-1996)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (1989-1997)