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Asked the neighbor to use the key to unlock his car AFTER I checked the function of the bell (was ok) and... after the car was unlocked... the doorbell didn't react to the push button! My guess: they both work on a similar frequency and the bell "got confused". I have to switch the bell off.... wait 10 sec... power up and - works.
Look for a cover that has small switches under it. You can change frequencies there. You must match the door button the same way .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lockng seems to have self cured itself remote button has to be held for 2 seconds each time to operate the lock/unlock system.
Broadband system up and running with no ill effect.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: programming keyless remote
2003-04 Mazda 6 REMOTE PROGRAMMING
Step 1: Open drivers door and leave open.
Step 2: Lock and unlock the driver’s door using the power door lock switch on the door.
Step 3: Insert key into the ignition.
Step 4: Turn key to on position and return to off position. (IMPORTANT - use ON position NOT ACC position). Do this 3 times within 10 seconds. Leave key in the ignition.
Step 5: Open and close the driver’s door 3 times. (Door should be left open after this step).
Step 6: ECU should respond by locking and unlocking the doors.
Step 7: Press any button on remote #1 twice. ECU responds by locking and unlocking the car doors.
Step 8: Press any button on remote #2 (etc.) twice. Each time the ECU will respond by locking & unlocking the doors.
Step 9: Remove the key from the ignition and the ECU will respond a final time with a series of door locks and unlocks. You're done!
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
I have found a ridiculous solution for this door lock issue. As many people have mentioned, it does involve the control panel under the driver side dash. I noticed that if I pushed the control panel/fusebox in while working the key fob and/or door lock switch, IT WORKED! So, my silly solution was to insert a t-ball (regulation size) between the fusebox/control panel and the paneling closest to the driver on the top side of the fusebox. IT WORKS!!
Glad I didn't spend $500 for Toyota dealer to fix.
Hope my son doesn't miss his t-ball!!
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
drivers central door locking module is kaput and needs flinging as far as you can then replace it with a new one or a salvaged one
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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