GMC Envoy XUV 2006 Key Programming Procedure
The following are the key programming procedures for GM Envoy XL for the year 2006.
On-Board Programming for use in most GM vehicles for model years 2006-2010. Some vehicles may require a dealer or aftermarket programming tool. Most GM vehicles for model years 2011- 2012 require a dealer or aftermarket programming tool.
USE THIS PROCEDURE FOR VEHICLES WITH DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER BUTTONS:
This display allows you to match Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitters to your vehicle. This procedure will erase all previously learned transmitters. Therefore, they must be relearned as additional transmitters.
1. Press the vehicle information button until PRESS V TO RELEARN REMOTE displays.
2. Press the set/reset button until REMOTE LEARNING ACTIVE is displayed.
3. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons on the first transmitter at the same time for about 15 seconds. On vehicles with memory recall seats, the first transmitter learned will match driver 1 and the second will match driver 2. A chime will sound indicating that the transmitter is matched.
4. To match additional transmitters at this time, repeat Step 3. Each vehicle can have a maximum of eight transmitters matched to it.
5. To exit the programming mode, you must cycle the key to LOCK/OFF.
USE THIS PROCEDURE FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER BUTTONS:
To access this display, the vehicle must be in P (Park). This display allows you to match Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitters to your vehicle. This procedure will erase all previously learned transmitters. Therefore, they must be relearned as additional transmitters. To access this display, the vehicle must be in Park (P) with key in the on position (as far as you can go without cranking engine)
1. Press the trip odometer reset stem until RELEARN REMOTE KEY displays.
2. Press and hold the trip odometer reset stem for three seconds. The message REMOTE KEY LEARNING ACTIVE will display.
3. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons on the keyless remote at the same time for approximately 15 seconds. A chime will sound indicating that the remote is programmed.
4. To program additional remotes at this time repeat step 3. This vehicle can have a maximum of eight remotes programmed.
5. To exit programming mode turn key off and remove key. Test remote(s).
About GM Envoy XUV
For 2002, GMC revived the Envoy name on a brand-new midsize model similar to the Chevrolet TrailBlazer. The five-passenger Envoy was the first to arrive, and GMC quickly followed with the extended-length seven-passenger Envoy XL, which featured three rows of seats.
General Motors’ StabiliTrak electronic stability system is standard on all 2006 models. The 4.2-liter inline-six-cylinder engine in the regular Envoy has been slightly upgraded for 2006, and a 5.3-liter V-8 is still available for Denali models.
Envoys with V-8 engines get Displacement on Demand technology for 2006, which improves fuel economy. Previously, the system was optional.
The Envoy and Envoy XL Denali editions have aluminum wheels, honeycomb grilles, and an integrated air dam to channel air to the engine. The interior features Nuance leather seats with French seam stitching and heated front seats.
The Envoy XUV, which debuted in 2004 with a power-sliding rear roof, has been phased out.
The four-door Envoy is distinguished by a shield-shaped grille. Non-Denali editions get minor exterior updates for 2006, as well as standard cast-aluminum wheels with 17-inch tires; Denali models get 18-inch tires. There is a rear load-leveling suspension option. The Envoy, which seats five people, has a 113-inch wheelbase, is 191.6 inches long overall, and stands 71.9 inches tall. The Envoy XL has a 129-inch wheelbase, measures 207.6 inches long overall, and stands 3.6 inches taller.