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2002 Ford Taurus keyless entry

The keyless entry suddenly stopped working altogether. We replaced the battery but it still doesn't work. Any idea on what to check next??

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If it was factory installed theres usually a fuse in the fuse panel whereever that may be...replace the fuse with the same voltage as the other one says. but if the fuse isn't in the fuse panel its most likely under the hood, to the right...hope this helps. =)

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