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Keyless entry keylob want lock or unlock doors or trunk.change battery and checked all fuses.

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  • aloha4you Nov 30, 2008

    My remote worked fine this morning but when I got home and went to lock the car the remote failed to work. Attempted to use the wifes remote. Same thing will not work. I know the batteries in both are good.



    Can these thing just fall out of programing?

    How do you program them?

    I have a 2005 Altima

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    I can't close the trunk and I only have the keyless remote I can't lock or unlock the trunk with a key

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You need to program the remote. Get in to the car and LOCK all doors with the switch on drivers side door. Take the key and insert it into the ignition cylinder in and out 6-10 times, until the flashers/hazards flash on your dash board. Or just keep putting the key in and out (nice and easy now, not fast) until you see the lights on dash flash. After the lights flash, turn the key into ACC mode to make the whole dash light up.(do not start car) .With the key in ACC position, hit any button on remote, that will make the hazards flash again. Turn key off and unlock door with switch again. Open door.DONE.
Good luck.

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