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Problem with my Gran Voyager 1998 model automatic Petrol engine

I need to change the hoen /aibag,

Exhust blow when cold and noise reduced when hot,

Electric Key for not working for two days now car needs to be opened manually with key
Pls what can I do

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I am not sure,do you need to change out the SRS Airbag module or fix the keyless entry?

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Reset the computer by removing the positive battery cable for 10 mins, this should solve your problems.

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