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Old 19-09-2010, 05:53 PM   #1
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My remote seems to have stopped working. It stopped working in a matter of minutes, locked the car went into a shop, 5 mins later came out and the remote wouldn't work. Managed to get in the car with the key but set the alarm off. Thought it was the battery, so changed that but it still doesn't work. Managing to use the car by opening and locking manually but it's a bit of a pain. Any ideas???

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Well the CL clearly works, so perhaps a problem with the remote, can you not disable the alarm by manually unlocking as well?

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