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you can 'fish' a coat hanger through the door seal to press the unlock button on the armrest, or slide down along window into the door's body to attempt to manually work the locking mechanism... a slim-jim is helpful here but can be done w/ coat hanger. WARNING!: this may damage your paint or the door seal or both, or the window seal.... once in the main body of the car...trip the lever
There is no separate emission fuse, did you mean ignition fuse? If so there are some fuses located under the dash on the left side close to the door, look under the dash straight up using a flashlight you will see a black cover about an inch wide and four inches long, remove the cover there are fuses inside, they are labeled on the cover.
programing a remote is not hard but it is timing is every thing! set up. driver's door open all others closed. all movements are done at one second intervals. 1 insert the key in the ignition and remove it twice 2 close and open the door twice. 3 insert and remove the key once 4 close and open the door twice. 5 insert the key 6 close door 7 rotate key to run back to off and remove. (locks should cycle once) 8 press both the lock and unlock buttons for a second on the remote. 9 press the remote's lock button (locks should cycle once more)
1) Dead windows seals rubber that are no longer flexible and can break down to the point of being sticky rubber: replace the seals or as a temporary solution rub a bar of wet soap on the seals where the windows slide against.
2) Lack of lubrication in the windows winder mechanism: you will need to remove the doors handles & internal covering panel to get to the gears located in the doors cavity where the windows slide in.
There are two rubbers fitted to each of the caliper pistons.The outer one is a dust cover and the inner is the seal.... i you've removed the inner, you'll have to refit very carefully, not causing any damage....Lubricate with rubber grease and open the bleed nipple....push it in gently....The dust cover fits over the caliper housing and tapers outwards to fit the piston....