Question about MG Cars & Trucks
Try disconnecting the battery and leaving it overnight. Unlock the car, insert the ignition key and switch on - then reconnect the battery.
That sometimes works. If it doesn't you will need some experienced advice and specialist help. Rover/MG usually needed to be opened by whatever locked the car to avoid the alarm sounding. If the key was used to lock it, then using the key to unlock should be ok though I seem to remember the alarm will sound after a short time if the key isn't put into the ignition and switched on fairly quickly.
Posted on Aug 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: key fob will not undo
If you don't have one that works for the vehicle now, you'll have to take it to your local dealer to have it programmed to the vehicle. Some will charge for this, some will do it at no charge.
If you do have a remote that is programmed and working for the vehicle, then the following steps will allow you to program another remote:
1. Enter vehicle and close all doors.
2. Put seatbelt on (or clip it into the buckle) to shut the warning buzzer off.
3. Put key in ignition, turn to run position but don't start it.
4. Press and hold the unlock button on the working key fob and hold for 4 seconds, then also press the panic button.
5. Release both buttons and you should hear a single chime to indicate it is in program mode. You have 30 seconds after the chime to program any additional remotes you want to program.
6. Press and release both the unlock and lock buttons simultaneously on the remote you are programming. You should hear another single chime.
7. Within 4 seconds after hearing the chime, press either lock or unlock button on remote that you are programming.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: imobiliser problem
If im not mistaken,your car should have an alarm reset/override.Below the steering column,on the dash should be a slot where you put your remote transmitter to deactivate the alarm.If that works,you then need to have your remote checked and coded by a vw dealer.Good luck.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Try this,,turn the key on ,wait 10 minutes,then turn the key off,then right back on,do this three times,a total of 30 minutes,this should reset the key fob,if this is the problem.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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