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I have a chrysler neon 95, my key fob won`t open the doors, but will lock them, please help, the doors will open and lock manually via the indoor switch, when i press the keyfob to open the doors their is a clicking noise from the central black box located under the dashboard, when i press lock on the keyfob it works fine. appreciate any help.....

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