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The dealer might be able to tell you who flashed the BCM. There is also a small chance that there is a warranty.

Emphasis on might and small.
 

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JohnWR,

Thank you so much for helping to determine why my door locks are not working. It surely sounds like a software issue. I will get that looked at when I get the brake pedal sensor calibrated.

I am seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Once the door locks and brake pedal sensor calibration are done (hoping the calibration wakes up the cruise control) the rest for me is straight forward with installing the balance of the interior, some brake work, more polishing, a little touch-up paint, and paintless dent removal.
 

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JohnWR,

Thank you so much for helping to determine why my door locks are not working. It surely sounds like a software issue. I will get that looked at when I get the brake pedal sensor calibrated.

I am seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Once the door locks and brake pedal sensor calibration are done (hoping the calibration wakes up the cruise control) the rest for me is straight forward with installing the balance of the interior, some brake work, more polishing, a little touch-up paint, and paintless dent removal.
I finally got a chance to look up cruise control troubleshooting. Under Cruise Control Inoperative/Malfunctioning is this Diagnostic Aid: "Inspect for proper operation of the stop lamps." So there is a pretty good chance that the BPP sensor is the problem there.
 

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I finally got a chance to look up cruise control troubleshooting. Under Cruise Control Inoperative/Malfunctioning is this Diagnostic Aid: "Inspect for proper operation of the stop lamps." So there is a pretty good chance that the BPP sensor is the problem there.
Thanks for the technical encouragement. I have to call my friend at Link Automotive in Rolling Meadows, IL. I would much rather he help me, if he has the capability. With the good weather here, I've been heavily distracted catching up on desperately needed yard work. :(
 

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JohnWR,

I am emailing my mechanic friend. I am mentioning that option codes AU0 and AU3 are likely needing to be programmed into the BCM. Are there others to include to get the alarm system and power door locks operational? I also wonder if menu item #7 AUTO UNLOCK will automatically show up in my DIC.

I wonder if option codes can be added, or if all the codes are cleared and you start over from scratch.

I found this list of RPO codes on the forum.

AF2 Adjuster - Seat, Power, 2 Way, Vert, Driver
AL0 Sensor Indicator - Inflatable Restraint, Frt Pass/Child Presence Detector
AU0 Lock Control, Entry - Remote Entry
AU3 Lock Control - Side Door, Elec
A31 Window - Power Operated, All Doors
A50 Seat - Front Bucket
B32 Covering Front - Floor Mats, Auxiliary
B70 Plate - Door Sill Cover
CE7 Certification - Emission, Exported Vehicle
CT1 Country - Belgium
CT3 Country - Germany
CU1 Country - Norway
CU4 Country - Sweden
CV3 Country - Mexico
C41 HVAC System - Heater, Outside Air, with Fan
C60 HVAC System - Air Conditioner Front, Manual Controls
DNR Equipment - Dealer Installed
DT4 Ashtray - Cigarette Lighter
D44 Mirror Outside - Color
D48 Mirror Outside - Left and Right, Remote Control, Electric, Color
D52 Spoiler - Rear End, Sport
EXP Export
FE2 Suspension System - Ride, Handling
FE3 Suspension System - Sport
FE9 Certification - Emission, Federal
GTA Model Conversion - Turbo
GT4 Axle Rear - 3.73 Ratio
GW1 Axle Rear - 3.91 Ratio
G80 Axle Positraction - Limited Slip
JF5 Pedals - Sporty, Alloy
JL4 Control - Active Brake
JL9 Brake System - Power, Front and Rear Disc, Antilock, Front and Rear Wheels
J65 Brake System - Power, Front and Rear Disc
KG7 Generator - 125 Amp
KG9 Generator - 140 Amp
K34 Cruise Control - Automatic, Electronic
LNF Engine - Gas, 4 Cyl, 2.0L, DI, ALUM, DOHC, Turbo, GM
LE5 Engine - Gas, 4 Cyl, 2.4L, MFI, ALUM, DOHC, HO, ECOTEC
MA5 Transmission - Man 5 Spd, Aisin, 82 mm, 3.753 1st, 0.729 5th
MM5 Merchandised Transmission - Man 5 Spd Provisions
MX0 Merchandised Transmission - Auto Provisions, O/D
M82 Transmission - Auto 5 Spd, HMD, 5L40-E, Electronic
NE1 Certification - Emission, Geographically Restricted Registration for Vehicles up to 14,000 lbs GVW
NT4 Emission System - EEC 05
NT7 Emission System - Federal, Tier 2
NU1 Emission System - California LEV2
N34 Steering Wheel - Leather, 3 Spokes
N45 Steering Wheel - 3 Spokes
N87 Wheel - 18 X 8, Aluminum
PD5 Wheel - 18 X 8, Aluminum, Chromed
QFX Tire All - P245/45R18 - 96V BW R/PE ST TL AL3
QSL Tire All - P245/45R18 - 96W BW TL HW4
QF8 Wheel - 18 X 8, Aluminum, Polished
T96 Lamp - Fog, Front
T98 Stamping - Vehicle Identification Number
UE1 Communication System - Vehicles, G.P.S. 1
UK3 Control - Steering Wheel, Accessory
UQ3 Speaker System - Enhanced Audio
US6 Antenna - Fixed, Painted, Radio
US8 Radio - AM/FM Stereo, Seek/Scan, CD, Auto Tone, Clock, ETR, MP3, RDS
US9 Radio - AM/FM Stereo, Seek/Scan, RDS, Multiple Compact Disc, Auto Tone Control, Clock, ETR, MP3
UW5 Speaker System - 6, Base
U1C Radio - AM/FM Stereo, Seek/Scan, CD, Clock, ETR
U2K Digital Audio System - S-Band
U19 Speedometer - Instrument, Kilo and Miles, Kilo Odometer
U68 Display - Driver Info Center
VC4 Label - Price/Fuel Econ, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
VG8 Vehicle - Label, Notice to Buyer
VH5 Plate - Vehicle Identification
VK3 License Plate Front - Front Mounting Package
VY7 Knob - Trans Cont Lever, Leather
V73 Vehicle Statement - USA/Canada
V78 Vehicle Statement - Delete
WIL Plant Code - Wilmington, DE, USA
YF5 Certification - Emission, California
ZQ2 Sales Package - Driver Convenience
ZQ3 Sales Package - Driver Convenience II
Z0K Merchandised Pkg - Sport Version
Z49 Export - Canadian Modified Mandatory Base Equipment
19T Top Color - Convertible, Black
60T Top Color - Convertible, Cloth, Latte (07)
 

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My friend who owns Link Automotive in Rolling Meadows, IL says he can take care of the programming of the BCM and calibration of the brake pedal sensor for me. I will bring all my FOBs in case he needs to reprogram them. I have to assemble enough of the car so water won't get inside. But I still want the interior stripped in case he wants to check something behind panels. I also want to wait for the rain here to stop being a threat. We've had serious flooding in the area. I have to drop the car off, not wait for it, so I don't know how long it will sit outside in his parking lot.
 

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That's good news. The RCDLR should not be affected, but sending the fobs along is certainly a good precaution.
 
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