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I have one key fob that works and one key fob that doesn’t. At least one does. No transmit light on the other with a new battery. Switches feel like they are working. Is there a reset procedure?
Neither key will work manually in the drivers door lock. Is the door lock electronic or should I feel a mechanical linkage movement?
Nervous with only one key fob that’s the only way to unlock the car.
Have an 05 987 and I’m trying to replace the old broken fob clamshell with I new heavier one. Got it all figured out, but I’m having trouble extracting the transponder from the old fob. Don’t want to break it trying to get it out. Is it glued in? Suggestions welcomed!
2001 911 Carrera: hood latch has started popping open whenever the door is unlocked (key or fob) and while driving (randomly). I've read the helpful threads on the website and understand it might be a latch adjustment, or perhaps just a good cleaning under the switch. The problem for me is that I'm on a trip and won't be home with access to my garage and tools until I drive a few hundred highway miles. I'd like to disable the latch for the drive home, but in looking at my fuse map, I can't tell which fuse to pull or whether pulling it will disable something critical to the drive.
Any thoughts? Thanks very much for your help and advice!
I need help/direction with fixing my new car. As the title said, it was a salvage car with flood damage so i replace the fuse box first 99761034100 i put a picture below. The one i purchased came from another car and still had the cables attached so the pairing of my old bad one to the new one was like 95% easy matching.
After the process of cutting,splicing and reattaching mostly everything worked! However, the autolocks and alarm is not working. Not sure what to do! Also, a few of the cables that came as part of the new fuse box, i was not able to connect! Not sure if that is right.
So the question is how can i find out which cable(s) needed to be connected such that the auto lock, alarm, seats work? I found online a few diagrams but they do not point out which fuses or cables control those pieces.
Thanks a million in advance, i heard great things about this group!
I went to replace the battery on my 986 year 2000 key fob (I've done it before) and a tiny spring popped out, but I can't seem to figure out where it's supposed to go. Does anyone have a pic of an opened key fob to show me the placement of the spring? Or a video? Or even a nicely worded description?