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Key fob battery drains

Replaced battery in key fob 4 times in last month. solves problem for about a week.

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Button is stuck, and or you got some soda spilled in the fob.

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SOURCE: Key Fob not working

What type of vehicle? You may need to reprogram the remote, depending on vehicle type.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: KEY FOB

ATTENTION: You MUST HAVE one working remote to add one more to the system. If you do not have one working remote right now then these instructions will not work. You will have to have a Locksmith or dealership use a computer to program the first remote for you.

Click here to find a Locksmith in your area to program this remote.
1. Enter your vehicle and close all doors.

2. Fasten your seat belt ( fastening the seat belt will cancel any chiming that may
confuse you during this programming procedure.)

3. Place key into the ignition.

4. Turn the ignition to the ON position ( DO NOT START THE ENGINE )

5. Press and hold the UNLOCK button on a working remote.


6. Continue to hold the UNLOCK button, wait at least 4 seconds, but no longer than
10 seconds, then press and hold PANIC button.

7. When a single chime is heard, release both buttons. The chime indicates the system
is in program mode.

8. Press and release both the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons, simultaneoulsly on the remote
to be programmed.


9. A single chime will be heard. The chime indicates the the remote was recognized.


10. Within 4 seconds of hearing the chime, press and release any button on the remote
being programmed.

11. A single chime will be heard The chime indicates the remote has been programmed.

12. Repeat steps 8 to 11 for a total of 4 remotes.

13. Turn the ignition to the OFF position or wait 60 seconds to exit program mode.

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Dont go to the dealer just yet. Some of these key fob batteries are charged while you are driving your vehicle with the key in the ignition. I recommend you change the batteries one more time, this time around disassemble the key as best you can without damaging it and clean it very well. Pay special attention to any metal contacts and be sure to slide out the valet key (if applicable) and clean it very well also. Di-electric grease will ensure good continuity on metal contacts internal to the key. It seems as though your problem is internal to the key. It also seems like this should be a relatively quick fix. Also, The tipm and ecu are known to fail on this vehicle, just throwing that out there if you have issues down the road. I hope this helps. Let me know if I can assist any further.
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well your key fob finnaly met its end of days

http://www.remotesunlimited.com/?OVRAW=car%20alarm%20remote&OVKEY=car%20alarm%20remote&OVMTC=standard&OVADID=2211521522&OVKWID=21052597022

this is the link for new key fobs and they have tech on hand to walk you threw coding the key fob
they sale to every one but mostly dealers and this has the better prices when you order then dealer does
all you need to do is call them give them the model numbers of old key fob and your vehicle specs and you can order new fob here

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