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you need a lock out kit for the proper tools. but you can use a door wedge or other wedge shaped object wood, metal or plastic. push wedge in gap at top corner or door frame till you can see though crack. next use a coat hanger undone to push though crack in door hit lock switch,grab handle in cant do either a small strip of emery cloth taped on end of hanger in a loop. slip over lock stem and pull up hard .
Synchronization When Key buttons operated repeatedly while vehicle out of range and system becomes inoperative. Key batteries replaced. How - early models Depress lock or unlock button. Manually lock and unlock driver's door within 30 seconds. System should operate normally after approximately 1 minute. If not, carry out programming procedure. How - late models If vehicle locked, manually unlock driver's door using key. Press key unlock button once. Switch ignition ON and OFF. Remove key from ignition switch. Press key lock or unlock button once. System should now operate correctly.
I recently picked up an 2001 Audi and the dealer told me that this is one of the most common questions. You have to double press the unlock button of your keyless entry pad to unlock all doors including the fuel access door. Perhaps you are checking the fuel access door while all doors are unlocked?
I HAD SAME PROBLEM FIRST CHECK FUSES ON DRIVERSIDE THEN CHECK IF YOUR GETTING POWER TO YOUR DOOR (DRIVERSIDE FIRST) UNPLUG CONNECTER (A PILLAR) AND TEST IF YOUR GETTING POWER.THEN CHECK FOR BROKEN WIRES GOING INTO THE DOOR. I HAD A BROKEN WIRE JUST AS THE CABLE ENTERED INTO THE DOOR. HOPE I WAS OF SOME HELP TO YOU..IF NOT GET BACK TO ME AND I WILL DO WHAT I CAN TO HELP..
I would definitely check the fuse panel (left side of the dash next to the driver's door). Inside the panel should be a list of fuse locations and ratings. Do you have an owner's manual? It should have the list, too. If this is not the problem, please post a comment here!