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Please contact to canon service center for this problem because u require a software for reset.

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REMOTE KEY INITIALISATION For this type of key.
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The initialisation of the FZV keys is required to establish the Lock/Unlock signal synchronisation with the GM. The initialisation procedure provides the GM with a key identification number and a "rolling code" for each key. If the initialisation is not performed, the GM will not respond to the key signals. Up to 4 remote keys can be initialised. They must be initialised at the same time. Key initialisation is only possible with the vehicle unlocked.

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1. Close all doors and have all keys available.
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