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SOURCE: alarm went off and key fob quit working

start the car. if that dose not work remove ground form battery then after it stops put ground back on that will reset the alarm.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

Testimonial: "started the car, shut it off and the alarm quit. But now none of the features work on my key fob."

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SOURCE: How do you program a key fob / transmitter for a 2009 Altima?

all keys/car have to be programmed at the same time.using nissan diagnostic machine.you could try a quickfit centre (if they have correct machine)

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Neither key fob for our

all you have to do to reset the coding is hold the lock button down for a minute or two till the locks click locked. then test it again by unlocking them. if the button light flashes rapidly then the batt is low, which will affect the distance for use. (do the re-code right next to the vehicle for best results.)

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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SOURCE: can't lock mazda 626. tried fob and manual key. each time it switches to unlock ?

Did you try locking it to see if it could possibly have a reverse effect. Or if theres a short in the wireing harness

Posted on Nov 21, 2011

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SOURCE: what caused my '05 mazda 6 key fobs to stop working

Loss of programming maybe or a faulty keyless entry module.

Posted on Nov 02, 2012

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Need programming instructions for RKE for 2000 Mazda 626


2000 Mazda 626
Note: Make SURE the battery is new.
Instructions for programming ONE keyless remote fob.
1. Open the driver’s door & leave open.
2. Insert the key in the ignition.
3. Turn the key to the on and off position 3 times.
4. Remove the key from the ignition.
5. After door open chime stops, press the door open button 3 times.
6. After chime, press any fob key twice.
7. After second chime, press any fob key twice again.
8. After third chime, press any fob key twice again.
9. Press the door open button once.
10. The car should give another acknowledgement chime.
11. Test key fob.
This DOES work. I just programmed mine successfully today, three hours ago.

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