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My key-less entry isnt working. Ive tried changing the batteries on the remote but still nothing? Would it be a fuse? If so which one???

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It is likely that your car computer forgot the code assigned to the remote. Do you have another that works or ale all of them not working? You should be able to do a search for the method to reset the remote. It usually involves holding the door lock while the ignition is on and then holding both the remote buttons down until the vehicle responds.

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