Automotive Locksmith we are your source for free instructions on how to program your Buick keyless entry remote control and all other kinds of vehicles, both foreign and domestic. Whether you drive a car, a truck, or an SUV we have the information you need to program your remote. Low Rate Locksmith offers detailed step-by-step directions from the manufacturer of your Buick car or truck, detailing how to program the key fob remote control, or programmable key for your vehicle. If you have lost a key, replaced a defective key-less entry remote, or added a new key, we have the instructions that you need to make the remote control work for your car, truck, van, or sport utility vehicle. Please select your Year from the menu below.
Here is the list of Buick Roadmaster Years and models this supports:
- 1991 Buick Roadmaster
- 1992 Buick Roadmaster
- 1993 Buick Roadmaster
- 1994 Buick Roadmaster
- 1995 Buick Roadmaster
- 1996 Buick Roadmaster
1991 Buick Roadmaster Car Key Fob and Remote Programming Instructions:
- Have both remotes that will be matched to the car present,
even if only is new. Remove the keys from the ignition and
have them in your possession.
- Open the trunk and pull back the trunk side carpet on the
passenger side. Locate a single plug connector hanging
from the wire harness. This is the “Program Connector”
- Use a jumper wire with alligator clips at both ends to ground
the program connector to a bolt such as antenna bolt. Grounding
the program terminal erases the system memory and causes
the doors to lock and unlock once.
- Keeping the jumper wire connected press any button on first
remote. The vehicle will respond by door locks locking and
unlocking. If you have a second remote to program press any
button on it and the doors locks will lock and unlock again.
- Remove jumper wire and test remotes.
1994-1996 Buick Roadmaster Car Key Fob and Remote Programming Instructions:
- Locate the programming connector located in the LH trunk. Trim may
have to be pulled back to access programming connector. ( Connector
has black/white wires leading up to it and it is not connected to anything.)
- Jump programming connector terminals. Leave terminals jumped
unitl step 6.
- System should now lock and unlock doors to indicate
programming mode has been entered.
- Press any button on keyless remote once.
System should now lock and unlock doors, indicating successful
programming of keyless remote.
- Repeat step 4 for additional remote or other existing keyless remote.
NOTE: A maximum of only two Keyless Remotes can be programmed.
- Remove programming connector jumper wire to exit programming mode.
- Test remote(s).
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The Roadmaster was an automobile built by the Buick division of General Motors. Roadmasters produced between 1936 and 1958 were built on Buick’s longest non-limousine wheelbase and shared their basic structure with entry-level Cadillac and, after 1940, senior Oldsmobiles. Between 1946 and 1957 the Roadmaster served as Buick’s flagship, and when it was resurrected for the 1991 through 1996 model years it was the marque’s largest vehicle.
Buick revived the Roadmaster name for a B-body station wagon in 1991, replacing the Estate Wagon in the lineup. Using the 115.9-inch (2,940 mm) wheelbase that was introduced for the 1977 model year, the wagon was called the Roadmaster Estate Wagon. A sedan joined the wagon for 1992, with its own distinct sheet metal, although it shared parts with other full-size GM models.