Question about 2005 Nissan Murano
There is most likely a small push button switch in the jamb for the rear door, also serves to turn on the light. there is one for the other doors as well. you need to find this and have someone "fiddle" with it and see if physical motion or movement causes the door open light to go off. if it does then you have a bad switch, go to a dealer and buy a replacement switch. should snap or screw in, you will see how it installs when you have the new one in your hand and/or the honda parts guy will give you some pointers if you are patient and courteous. if your remote does not work, then either the transmit or the receive function is bad, the dealer can check your transmitter for you.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1 Unlock the car, get in and close the door
2 Switch ignition on
3 Press the door lock button on the dash to lock the car
4 Press and hold the door lock button on the dash, the alarm will beep
5 Keep holding the door lock button on the dash, press and hold the lock on the remote,
the alarm will beep
Repeat (5) for the other remotes,
6 leave the door lock button on the dash, the alarm will beep, switch ignition off
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