The Chevrolet Lumina is a name used on many vehicles produced under the Chevrolet marque. First introduced for the 1990 model year; Chevrolet used the name on a sedan, a coupé and a minivan. 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. The sedan replaced the Chevrolet Celebrity, the coupé replaced the Monte Carlo, and the minivan was a completely new vehicle. The Lumina coupé was replaced by the 1995 Monte Carlo, the Chevrolet Lumina minivan was replaced by the 1997 Chevrolet Venture, and the Chevrolet Lumina sedan was replaced by the 2000 Impala in the U.S. and Canada. The Chevrolet Lumina was the last of GM's new front-wheel-drive W-body designs to debut. Although the Chevrolet Lumina is no longer being produced, we still continue provide the keyless entry remote key fob programming instructions.