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CHanged battery in key fob now car doesnt recognize fob, does carneed reprogrammed if so how do you do so

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Look at the fues box at the fues if this don work put you key in the to start the car hand press the fob this will set it

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Does the key fob open the and close the door? If it does the battery is fine.

This seems to be a known problem. Move the fob closer to the Start Button.

http://www.nissanclub.com/forums/2013-nissan-altima-discussion-2-5-3-5/337333-intelligent-key-not-recognized.html

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http://www.nissanhelp.com/diy/common/nissan_reprogram_key_fob.php

http://www.carcomplaints.com/Nissan/Altima/2014/electrical/fob_not_recognized.shtml

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I have a 2010 Toyota Venza with the push start convenience package. My key fob stopped working a couple of weeks ago. It won't do anything. The car doesn't recognize it. The doors won't unlock. The car...


in most cases you need to change the fob battery if you do need to be done in less than 10 sec if take longer need to be reprogram again now the problem is it only is going to work on the fob is working at moment the other is dead now it wil need reprogram

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My remote in my keys no longer work to unlock my doors or trunk. I have changed the batteries in the keys, the light blinks when I push it. What could be wrong? I have a 2001 GS300


Most likely: You have to now "reprogram"your key fob and car to recognize each other. Look in your User's Manual for the car or, if it's an aftermarket fob/lock system, look in the user's manual for that. If there's nothing about battery replacement/reprogramming procedures, and it's a factory system, head into a dealer to reprogram it. It could run you up to $120, but that's cheaper than buying a new fob or system. If it's and aftermarket system and the manual says nothing, go to the place you had it installed (repair facility, Future Shop, etc) and have them reprogram it. If they installed it, they should know how to reprogram it.

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