A few months ago, my fob stopped working. I thought it was a simple fix by replacing the battery. I was sitting in the drivers seat replacing the battery in the fob and put it back together. Pushed the lock button and it worked! I drove back to work right after this and it wasn't working again. A couple of weeks later, I went out of town. We stopped for a bite to eat and I thought, "What the heck, let me just try the fob." It worked!! Then, later that day, it stopped again. I have given up even trying anymore and think it may be the sensor itself. I have little knowledge about this type of stuff and don't want to spend a fortune if it can be an easy fix.
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You should have it scaned to see if you have any codes. It has a RCDLR (remote control door lock reciever) this is the module that recieves the signal from the fobs. If it has a problem then the system will not work. If it has to be replaced then a dealer will have to program it for you. Good Luck
I had the same exact problem and fixed it by disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes. I was also having a problem with the A/C compressor not kicking in and after the battery disconnect it is working fine.