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Just send your GM5 to Scott and have him fix it. He did mine earlier this week and he was fast and it's hassle-free. If you buy a used GM5 you'll have to take it to the dealer to have them re-code it for your car, which from other threads I've seen costs more than just having Scott fix your existing one.

I tried the "sandpaper" method others have described, but it's so much hassle for a temp fix I just said screw it. $90 is a steal to get it fixed properly.

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