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C180 Auto car doors not responding to remote commands from key

The car is doors cannot respond to the remote key control and even after replacing the remote control key batteries, the car does not still respond. I cannot open the doors and each time I try to open it mannually the alarm goes off and i cannot drive it. What could be the problem, please help>

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Tried to reset remote by putting the key in the ignition then turn to start, remove key and press down on the remote key open botton for 30 seconds facing the sensor. then tried to start, but wont start. light on the remote key flashes for a second when button is pushed down for 30 secs when trying to reset. Remote opens car but will not start it. got it to work other times by just reseting remote,but no such lock anymore. what can i do to get it working again?

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Hello,good day,first try to use your spare key,or check your fuse box at the rear,near your battery,if not corrected,send your car to a dealer for proper diagnose by using hht or star,ty

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