Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
First thing to do is to clean the contacts on the switches. Take the remote apart, and use alcohol on a rag, and rub the copper contact points on the circuit board with it, and also do the same for the backs of the rubber buttons. While you're in there, check the solder joints on the battery holder, as these like to crack and give you a bad connection. If none of these work, you may just have a transmitter that's getting weak, and should replace it. You'll find that there are places such as Ebay where you can find new or refurbished ones for much less than you can find at a dealer.
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