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Instrument lights, remote door lock, inaction!

Last week the instrument panel lights went out but came back on... it has happened a couple of times since then too, but not constant.
2 days ago the remote door lock would not unlock the doors. I kept hitting the buttons for about 5 minutes and it unlocked. It was okay for the next day and started acting up again today -- now it won't lock. I replaced the remote's battery and checked fuses but can't figure out what is causing the problem.
Any help is greatly appreciated. There was no manual with the car when i bought it.

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That sounds like a faulty connection that's been giving you little warnings for a while.

Likely only a loose connection in the circuit that's associated with both the dashboard instrument cluster and your keyless remote.

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