Re: replace both keys with new batteries and i can't get...
Omg youve have reseted the keys thats what happened with ma uncles car and he fixed it so i might be able to help i cant send it like this to you if you email me i will email it to you okay my email address is email@example.com
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Has your radio also lost it;s stations?
Dont know your model but many cars loose their security settings when you disconnect the battery. Auto electricians often place a small battery source across the Bat cables while they disconnect the Battery.
This simply holds their settings
Contact a Nissan Dealership and ask the service department?
Remove the ring antenna around the barrel,put the old good chip key in the ring (...) start with the other key the car.The immo will read the regular key but the new barrel will work with the new key.Need reprograming the keys or switch the boards/chips in the key.
Usually it means the computer is not accepting the chip in your key. It can be the key, the sensor in the lock cylinder, or something in the security module or computer. You might try another key or lock and unlock the driver's door with the key.
I have had the problem with my 2003 2 years ago and recently happened again. I have a Range Rover specific scan tool and determined nothing was wrong with the security system, etc The igniton switches do wear out and replacing the switch will fix the problem, but before this try spraying the key with WD 40 insert and remove it continuing to spray the key, wipe off all dirt that will show up on the key as you do this. It took about 20 cycles of this and then my key began to work, continue spraying then cleaning key off a few more times for good measure. Mine now works like new. I am sure though that I will have to replace the switch at some point. Hope this works for you, good luck
I had the same problem yesterday. I removed the battery (that was near dead) to take to get tested, but I had locked the doors and closed the hood before leaving. When I got back with the new battery the key fob wouldn't work, and the key would not manually open the doors. I ended up having a mechanic friend reach up under the front of the car to manually release the hood (it took him about 20 minutes to figure it out), replaced the battery, and then the key fob worked again. I'm not sure why the keys wouldn't work in the door - any ideas there?
try to get a jump from a friend and see what happens, does the same, faulty starter, may need replacing, try to use small hammer and tap lightly on the starter couple time and have a friend start the car while you tap lightly on it. check ignition switch where you stick the key in. stick the key in the ignition and turn the key back and forth jiggle and wiggle it and see if your igniting will make contact. do it several time to test and see if its the ignition problems, this part is not cheap to replace.
check fuse for low beam, then possibly both low beam globes. they could have blown.
the key remote may need reprograming into system try put key in ignition in on position then press remote buttons a couple of times then try if no good need to go to dealer to be programed into system again or it needs repairing/replacing.
That is FALSE. The radio has nothing to do with charging the keys battery. Some key batterys can be replace others get recharge through the key holder. Your Im pretty sure it can be replace, if not then more than likely you need a new battery or a new key. They are common to fail after several years.
Try spraying some Wd40 into key hole and see if that works. If not the only other alternative is grab it with a vise grip and try to yank it out.. IT MAY BREAK and leave you the only alternative to replace the ignition cylinder with a new one with new keys. If purchased from the dealer can be made to work with the original keys