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I have a 2000 Chevy Blazer, 2WD, 4.3L engine. I just replaced the heater core and discovered my keyless remote won't lock or unlock the doors. The negative battery cable was removed during heater core replacement, but after hooking everything up again, no keyless locks. I've double checked all dashboard connections and nothing wrong. This is the second heater core I've replaced and I didn't have any electrical issues before. Thanks.

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There is a way to reset your remote.
- hold down the unlock button
- turn on an off your ignition four times
- you should here a click, if that does not work hold the lock button..i had to reset my remote an this does work..

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Check the battery in the keyless

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