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2003 350z locked keys in car battery dead can not open door

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SOURCE: Locked my keys in the car, had a locksmith open

if he used a slim jim probably knocked linkage off lock or broke linkage clip [a couple of bucks at an auto store] need to remove the door panel to repair or replace linkage

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i have Nissan Primera s manual,03 reg. Battery went dead two days ago, today i tried to open the car with my remote key, it didn't respond as battery was totally dead. I tried to open the door manually with the key,it wont open. Can any one help me please.....?

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You are going to need to check the power lock control moduel on the inside of the door panel. If the FOB appears to be working but the doors are not unlocking, you need to check this. I would also replace all fuses that control the locks. If both of these devices check out ok, you may need to replace your FOB. To check your power lock control moduel, manually lock and unlock your doors by pressing the lock button on the inside of the door. If it does not work, it is either the fuses or the power lock control moduel. If it works, your FOB has gone bad. Hope this helps! Please rate 4 thumbs up!

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Dead battery doors locked


You can do one thing, not sure if it would work, but try this:
1. Go to the drivers front door,
2. There should be a lock in the door, place the key in the lock.
3. Turn the key to one side or the other, by this time you should be able to hear a familiar sound, as when you unlock a door from the inside.
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all doors, all fobs (car came with 2, both dead)
if one is dead, its the fob battery , if 2 are dead it the car brain is dead.

and do the metal keys (like olden day) keys fail to work in all doors?
if these all fail, in all doors or most, then ICE is the reason. got ICE?
if only electrics fail. then check the fuses in both fuse boxes.
open glove box, see book, ? it shows all fuses, in car.

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You always have a key cylinder on the drivers door
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The battery is dead on my 2008 Ford Taurus X, the doors are locked and my keys won't unlock the door. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. I've already tried the key less entry. That is...


I hate the way they have incorporated these new alarm systems so that you cant open the doors when the battery is dead, some cars will lock you inside unable to open door from inside. The electric door locks are what is keeping you from being able to unlock doors. Some people go to Auto Zone and rent the tool that can be slid into the door by way of the window opening, this doesn't always work. the best way to get in is to go under the car with a set of jumper cables and charge the battery from the large battery cable that is connected to the starter.. charge battery enough to access door locks P.s. it wont take much power to use key to unlock door after the battery has a small charge..

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I think my key remote is dead and my key won't open the door. what can i do?


put a new battery in remote,try key in other door," are you sure the car battery is not dead," !!!! If it is then remote wont work, if you are locked out of car call wrecker or lock smith and they can slim jim the door to get you inside. then unlock doors USING THE POWER LOCK button PROVIDING CAR BATTERY IS NOT DEAD!!!!

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