Question about 1994 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
I have replaced batteries after experiencing poorer response but presumably owing to low batteries 'key' lost.
I have discovered with my Volvo that the solution is rather easier than reprogramming a video player, in other words dead easy.
Is it possible similarly to reprogram Mercedes fobs without having to have them 'fixed' at great expense by a dealer?
sit in the car
point remote at the mirror ir sensor (1995)
press remote twice and within 30 second
insert key and turn to drive position
if you don't havemirror mounted ir sensors
point at your sensor location
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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