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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Squeeze the logo and pull up on the "ring" to seperate the "key" from the pod. Then insert the key n the slot and turn to pry apart the pod. The battery is inside of the pod.
Posted on May 11, 2009
I've had the same thing happen with the same car. Here's a short-term solution.
Use the metal key to unlock the door. To shut off the alarm (it won't trigger until a door is opened), just put the "metal key" back into the "key base" and then insert it into the ignition switch and turn to on.
If the transponder in the key is dead (not sure if that's your problem), the car will not start anyway but at least this gets you into the car and silences the alarm.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
under the rear seat is a hole that has the wire connectors going to the fuel pump, see if the wire connectors are hooked up properly. if not than you will have to replace the fuel pump.its a complete assembly. in order to that you will have to remove the gas tank. orielly sells an after market pump for 400. dollars and it will include the float and gas tank sending unit.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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