Question about 2007 Lexus IS 250
Your key goes into sleep mode when not in range of your car (which emits a frequency that searches for, and wakes, the key). If the key is within three feet of a fluorescent bulb or a cell phone charger (or a few other devices that emit a certain frequency), the key doesn't go to sleep and this causes the battery to deplete faster than normal. Try using a fresh energizer or duracell battery, it is possible that the NEW battery you placed into the remote was old stock and is near dead. If it is still blinking faintly after you put a confirmed good battery in it then replace the defective key fob.
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