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Question Does anyone know how to program a stock alarm remote?

Hey everyone I bought a 1999 BMW 323is. When I first bought the car it came with a stock alarm/keyless entry, but the dealership/car lot I bought the car from did not have a remote for the car. So they have since purchased a new remote from the factory.

So my question is since I have a new remote. Is there anyway that I can program the remote myself?
(so I dont have to drive back to the factory which is an hour away and pay for labor?)

I have tried this How to reset the keyless system in a BMW Z3 after battery went dead? - Yahoo! Answers
But I dont know if I did it completely right but I feel that I did and it didnt work.)
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