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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Key with Integrated Transmitter Programming

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual / Accessories / Security & Keyless Entry / Immobilizer / Key with Integrated Transmitter Programming

Keys can be programming in various ways using the procedures outlined below. Using the Replacing Keys procedures will first erase all the known keys from the vehicle. Any existing keys and any new keys will then be programmed. This procedure should be used any time a key is required to be unlearned or erased from a vehicle. If a new key is being learned to a vehicle to replace a damaged, inoperative, or stolen key, the Replacing Keys procedure must be used. This ensures that the old key cannot be used to access or start the vehicle after programming.

The Adding Keys procedure does not erase any keys prior to programming. The procedure will simply program the key into the next available slot. The Adding Keys procedure should only be used when adding an additional key to the vehicle. The Adding Keys procedure should never be used to program a key to a vehicle that is having a key replaced, regardless of the cause for the replacement.

Replacing Keys (With SPS)

Note:

  • This procedure may be used with or without existing learned keys being present.
  • A total of eight keys maybe be learned to a single vehicle.
  • This procedure will only learn the vehicle key information. This procedure will not learn any immobilizer information between the body control module (BCM) and engine control module (ECM).
  • If the battery voltage is low, charge the battery before continuing with the procedure.
Replacing Keys (Without SPS) – United States only

Note:

  • This procedure should be used without existing learned keys being present.
  • A total of eight keys maybe be learned to a single vehicle.
  • This procedure will only learn the vehicle key information. This procedure will not learn any immobilizer information between the body control module (BCM) and engine control module (ECM).
  • If the battery voltage is low, charge the battery before continuing with the procedure.
Adding Keys (Without SPS) – North America, except Canada

Note:

  • To initiate, this procedure requires that 1 learned key be available.
  • A total of eight keys maybe be learned to a single vehicle.
  • This procedure adds keys only. The procedure does not erase previously learned keys.
  • The keys to be learned must duplicate the mechanical cut of the current key.
Adding Keys (Without SPS) – Canada, Europe, South America, Asia, and Middle East

Note:

  • To initiate, this procedure requires that 2 learned key be available.
  • A total of eight keys maybe be learned to a single vehicle.
  • This procedure adds keys only. The procedure does not erase previously learned keys.
  • The keys to be learned must duplicate the mechanical cut of the current key.
Adding Keys (With SPS) – North America

Note:

  • This procedure may be used with or without existing learned keys being present.
  • A total of eight keys maybe be learned to a single vehicle.
  • This procedure will only learn the vehicle key information. This procedure will not learn any immobilizer information between the body control module (BCM) and engine control module (ECM).
  • If the battery voltage is low, charge the battery before continuing with the procedure.
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