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    Keyless entry remote battery draining

    Well I want to ask in case if the battery in the keyless entry flops and do not work; is it possible to use the key to open the door of my car? My car is about to almost 3 years now. Do I have to replace the battery right away or do I have to choose from, also what is the source for me to know about the parts of my car. I am new to the automotive world. Please suggest.

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    If your car has only keyless entry security system, you can always open the car with the key in case the battery fails. However, if you have a security system as well, then you can open the door, but must endure the attention created unnecessary alarm sounding. Although you may have opened the door, the security system will not allow you to start the engine unless the security is disconnected somehow.
    My car is equipped with a security system and the brand name is NIPPON and there is no way to open and start the car in case the remote control battery fails. I'm not sure what system is installed in your car, though. It would be better to go through the owner's manual safety system.

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    Original equipment manufacturers will not start if equipped with the immobilizer as it is integrated with the ECU and remembers the last state of the immobilizer. For example, if it was locked before the battery is exhausted, no problems will start, but if you ran at night, then no, it will not. I do not know if aftermarket system had store this in there chip.

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    If the battery in remote control does not - you can open the car with the keys - the security alarm goes off - but there is no method for disabling the alarm and security system through the door switch, switch cover and ignition switch - check the user manual of your security system for details - this will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Better keep a spare set of batteries in the car remotely. If the battery runs out - you can unlock with the key and change the battery on the remote control quickly.

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    Consult the manual for the battery model. In addition, the process of changing the battery inside the remote control described in the manual of the car itself. It is an easy DIY process. Also, do not think we need to reach any car accessories shop for the battery, which should be available at any electronics store.

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    I have Xenos Brand Keyless Entry System Installed in my Maruti Car

    I have Replaced Button Cell 2032 in my Key Remote, Still i face problem

    I have to play and after 4 to 5 efforts it locks or open

    Please guide

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    Ensure that the signal receiving unit is accessible.... any local car accessories shop guy should be able to fix it...... Possible reasons could be either wrong place of signal receiver or Week battery in key remote.

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