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2010 S80 Key Fob Sticks in Dash...

This model uses a fob & push button start,,,not a key in dash/column....It started only coming out after 2-4 pushes...last night it took 2 dozen and I kept hearing a groan under car like an electric release motor...it finally came out...but now I have to either fix it myself or take to a dealer for probably a large sum of $$$...if it stickes, is there a release button/pin hole to use to get it to pop out?? Thanks for the response. Jack

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Once you have the 'key' out of the dashboard, check the cut outs where the holder keeps the 'key' in are clean and free from fluff etc. There may be something in the holder also that is stopping the free movement of the grab arms. Use a tin of compressed air to blow it clear, (computer keyboard air, you know the can type).

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There is a hidden deactivation button in the glove box. Just push it and your problem should be solved.

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You may need to go to the dealer. Many fobs are only accepted by having the diagnostic computer hooked up to the car and be sure to have all fobs there, as they all may need to be "accepted".

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