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Key lock out use remote message on dash display of ranger rover

I have a ranger rover 2000 year and i disconected the battery to work on the cd player and now am unable to start the car as a message on the dash display says key code lockout or use remote fob
i have read the manual and tryed to programme in the code but am still having problems

any advise would be great

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USE THE CODE 1515 UNLOCK ONCE THEN LOCK 5 TIMES THEN UNLOCK ONCE THEN LOCK 5 TIMES THEN TRY IT

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First try to re sync. the key with the car.
To re sync the controller, please do as it follows:
1: close the vehicle from the driver's side with the key!
2: Wait until the alarm is armed.
3: With the unlock button pressed turn the key in the barrel to unlock position, then back. Now release the button.
4: Now with the lock button pressed turn the key to the locked position, and back. Release the button.

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