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I have 2003 escalade and the message on my suv is RFA 1 BATTREY LOW

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It means you need to replace the battery in the remote you are using.

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SOURCE: What does the code RFA

according to the code chart its saying one of your remote batt is low. this is the thing you use to unlock the doors in your hand

Posted on Jan 22, 2011

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