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Assuming that the battery mentioned above is the Key Fob battery?
The usual solution to the key fob not working the Central Locking after battery replacent is to remove the car battery feed fuse to the Central Locking (or disconnect the car battery ) for 10 minutes...replace it..... then it should work OK
note: If you disconnect the Car Battery then make sure you have the radio security code. If not then POST A NEW QUESTION quoting your radio Serial Number (usually begins with M * * * * * * )
have you looked in the owners manual ?sometimes people leave the code card in there, also another thing to look for is if there is a number some where around the glove box, sometimes they give you the serial number for the radio , if you find that then you will need to contact the dealer to ask if they can give you the code. If the serial number is not found in the glove box then you need to get the serial number on the stereo itself. You will need to take the stereo out to do so
have you disconected the battery for half hour or so this oftern resets the lock code but you normally only have 3 chances before it locks out again. if not also post your radio serial number and model number and i will be able to clarify your code.