I still need to have it zeroed out, I know someone who can do it for me (he pulled the codes ahead of time also), otherwise it would be a trip to the dealer.Did you have to take it to dealer to get reprogrammed?
Hi there fellow G8 lovers, I’ve had the same issue with my 09. I’Il jump ahead to where I’m at right now. I did a bunch of research and reading prior to finally taking the first step in repairing this myself. The first module I ordered was cancelled due to zero inventory and due to GM strike, none was planned to arrive. Tried another online store and 2 days later got an email telling me that the part number didn’t match the vin I supplied them. I ordered a 92225595 and found after some research that this part number was for a leather seat and a 92225594 was the correct part for my cloth seats. Thank you Elizabeth for enlightening me to the mistake I unknowingly made. Never thought there would be 2 different numbers for a PPM. Anyway, the correct part was out of stock. I decided to go a different route and find a cloth passenger seat from a salvage yard and pray for the best. I literally just got home about 30 minutes ago with a decent cloth seat and high hopes that this will provide me a viable way around the big expense involved with this fix. This module shouldn’t need zeroed out/reprogrammed because it came out of a running vehicle. I did inquire at the salvage yard about their G8 stockpile and was told they have quite a bit of parts cars for us to purchase parts from if needed. Gonna have dinner and see what I can accomplish. I’ll post more later as I progress. The salvage yard is A. Malinish Auto Wreckers (724) 238-4080 in Ligonier PA and they are a great group of people. This is not a pick-a-part yard, call them or look up what you need on car-part.com. Hope this info will help someone with this issue.