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Control panel lite even after key removed

Entered vehicle, control panel was on, inserted key and turn to start and battery was flat. Control panel is dark now too.

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Check your battery terminal connectors. clean them and re-try starting.
If not, you have a short in your ignition/column switch or the ground is shorted to a wire somewhere along the harness to the power. most likely before the fuse panel. many things could cause it. bad connector installed in vehicle. wear due to rubbing from vibrations or heat if wires came in contact with hot enough surface to melt the cover off.
replace ignition/.column switch then go from there.

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    1. On vehicle with low series floor console:
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    Alreaddy did replace new batteries for key remote but the key remote is not working properly.. What cause is that?? do you know??


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    KEY FOB PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
    Transmitter Programming
    No Tools Required
    In the event that a transmitter is lost, program the old and the new transmitters into the memory of the remote control door lock receiver. Up to 4 transmitters may be programmed.


    Important
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    Program only 1 vehicle remote control door lock receiver at a time. If you program multiple receivers simultaneously, the same transmitter could possibly be programmed to more than 1 remote control door lock receiver.


    Perform the following steps:
    Sit in the vehicle driver's seat. (actually it’s much ezr from the front pass seat)
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    Remove the MALL PGM fuse from the fuse panel. Refer to Electronic Diagnosis in Body and Chassis.
    Turn the ignition lock cylinder to the ACC position.
    Turn the ignition lock cylinder OFF, then back to ACC within 1 second.
    Open and then close any vehicle door. You will hear a chime when the remote control door lock receiver enters the programming/diagnostic mode. If you do not hear a chime, start again at step 1.

    Important
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    Important 
    Once the Keyless entry receiver enters the programming/diagnostic mode, the programming of the first transmitter erases all previous transmitter programming information. You must then program all of the transmitters.

    Program only 1 vehicle remote control door lock receiver at a time. If you program multiple receivers simultaneously, the same transmitter could possibly be programmed to more than 1 remote control door lock receiver. 

    Perform the following steps:
    Sit in the vehicle driver's seat. (actually it’s much eazy er from the front pass seat) 
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