Question about 2004 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible
The battery in my 2000 VW Golf remote key seems to be dead. I can manually open the doors however cannot start the engine or turn anything on once inside. I assume this is the immobiliser not being turned off. Other than changing the key fob battery, is there anything els I can do?
No. VW has made it nearly impossible to solve any key-related problems without a costly visit to the dealership. Battery must be replaced, and I assure you. the dealership will advise you that the ONLY place that you can find that particular battery is from the dealership. They like it that way.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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