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car came with 2 fobs (fobs dead to car door?)
you left out the noun for what (DOORS)
all fobs dead. right.
if yes, 1 or both are dead we change the batteriers first.
in the fobs. unless $1000 in car electronics is cheap to you.
or labor fixing that....
the batteries, are like 1 buck.
Sounds as if the key remote had one of its buttons stuck down.this happen to me when a girlfriend used her nail to press the remote and the rubber flap got pushed inside the fob and kept the remote sending signals.unfortunately you can't just swap out batteries as most key fobs have to be reprogrammed.if you use the dealership that your make is serviced by it is better to ask how much they charge as sometimes independent auto locksmiths can reprogram key fobs cheaper.
sit in the car
point remote at the mirror ir sensor (1995)
press remote twice and within 30 second
insert key and turn to drive position
if you don't havemirror mounted ir sensors
point at your sensor location
i had the same problem... go through the menu until you see reprogram remote. hit the check mark button and hold the lock and unlock button until the horn honks. key has to be on car not running though. You will eventually have to do it again but for some reason it will work for a while.