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I am locked out of my rover 75 cdt key inside

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SOURCE: key stuck in my back door lock of my car

First you need to take the inside panel off of your door. Then there is a clip holding your key lock in place which you need to remove and pop out the lock. Take the outer case apart and slowly remove the broken key without damaging the tumblers.

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check idle speed sensor on your intake manifold around 700 to 750 rpm is normal ,air temp may efect idle speed .

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Take your VIN # and proof of ownership to a locksmith, or dealership. They can look up the code and cut a key.

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Using the spare fob might persuade it to work or if you haven't a spare you could try a new battery in the one you do have. A friend left his fob and keys on top of the microwave oven once and it wiped the code from the memory.

The owner or user can do little more than fit a new battery. Specialised equipment is needed and no little amount of experience to test the system, diagnose and rectify the faults.
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To buy rover 75, what are the common problem


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The main problem to watch out for on these Rovers is that they are extremely prone to headgasket failure. This Rover uses a K series engine and headgasket problems are almost inevitable at some point during the engines life due to poor design of the cooling system.

You do not say what size the engine is on the model that you are considering but 1.8 engine is particularly troublesome in this respect.

Other things to consider is the fact that Rover have long gone out of business and spare parts and body parts will become more and more difficult to source over the coming years for these cars.

There are a few other known niggles with electrics and immobiliser failures but head gasket is the main thing to watch out for. There is an uprated headgasket that can be fitted which is said to minimise the risk of the problem occurring but even the cost for this as a preventative measure is likely to run upwards of £300 to include labour and fitting.

I have included this link which outlines some other key issues to look out for on this model.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/index.htm?md=348

Hope this helps and please do rate my answer. Many Thanks.

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