Chevrolet introduced the all-new J-car Cavalier subcompact in April 1981 as an early 1982 model. At that time, there was no need for keyless entry remote key fob programming instructions, as the keyless entry remote key fob option was not yet available. After GM's previous disastrous experiences with the subcompact Vega and Monza, GM sorely needed to redeem itself in the subcompact car market, and the Chevrolet Cavalier was the car that GM put their faith in to get them back on the proper track. The Chevrolet Cavalier would last a total of 24 model years, but would only span 2 generations, undergoing only one redesign in 1995. The Chevrolet Cavalier would be succeeded by the all-new Cobalt in 2005, which was also the Cavalier's final year. Although the Chevrolet Cavalier is no longer being produced, we still continue provide the keyless entry remote key fob programming instructions.