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Keyless remote The remotes for my Aztek quit working one day. Do they need reprogrammed? Does anyone know how to fix these? Thanks

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  • chevelle172 Nov 02, 2008

    We already replaced the batteries, but they still don't work. Could they possibly need reprogrammed?

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It might just simply be the battery of the remote died,

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