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To make the rear door open, you have to hold the button for a while. If the battery is weak, that will drain the power and the door will not open. Try the other remote and see if it works. At that point, I would replace the batteries in both remotes anyway.
That would be the fastest and cheapest way to eliminate one possible problem.
If the inside open button works to open the door, I would say the mechanism is working fine and it is the batteries.
I had to replace the batteries in both my remotes at the 3 year mark. That should be about now, the second time, for yours.
I work for a doctor and a patient just had this same problem. She had a extra fob in her trunk so we opened the trunk with the key and got her other fob but I am wondering why the key does not fit the lock on the driverside
Spray some penetrating oil in the keyhole and try again. will it open the trunk? If your car has the fold down seats with the pass through to the trunk, open the trunk and have someone small crawl into the car and unlock the doors from the inside. Or get someone to give you a jump. With the jumper cables hooked up you should be able to open the doorwith the remote.
Assuming the car battery is ok (if not, buy a male to male cigarette lighter at the auto store and connect to another car until charged enough to unlock the doors...but don't try to crank the ignition!). The trunks won't open if the battery went dead with the alarm set because arming the alarm physically locks the releases.
Sounds like the key code is switched off because you replaced the key fob battery. Try unlocking the car manual with the key in the door lock. Then switch the ignition on to reactive the keyless entry. If this does not work, you might also try pressing the fob unlock button with the key in the door lock until the dash led flashes.
There is a small cover in the rear bumper driver side open it there is a place for the key this will open the trunk in the trunk on the driver side you will find a cable pull it that will open the driver door then pop the hood and you can charge, jump, or replace the battery
you should have trunk key all cars trunk can be open remote by the inside. if any fails you always have a trunk key. check your ignition key .i seen ignition keys do both. it cranks car and open doors and trunk.
I simply opened the bonnet. Connected the battery charge positive to the + feed on the back of the alternator, connected the negative to the body. Turned it on, immediately the interior light comes on. Turn on the ignition press the cabin boot switch and it opens the boot. Charge battery as normal. Easy Peezy