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Door locking on its own

How do i reattach the remotes?

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In what way do you mean. is the remotes not working or are they another set? original set you turn key in ignition to number 2 and press the fob. (remote) then the doors should lock press again to unlock and turn key back to 0 and try fob again do this for both. make sure the batteries are new in the fob's. leave ignition off for 3 min before doing the other one.

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