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Key fob wont open doors or switch my imobisler of to start car even with new batteries

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Sound like a re-programed is necessary, I suggest check in the owners manual about the right procedure and try to ask at dealer. If this is one aftermark alarm, try disconected the battery and re connected after few minutes.

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Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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