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HI all,replaced batterys in both keys after dash warning came up to replace battery..Dash warning gone now.They blink green but dont open or lock doors or hatch.Hatch wont open with pressing button on door panel either.Any help w this is greatly appreciated!

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yes after replacing battery..dont know if i have kessy? 06 S Titanium edition...how would i know?any help is appreciated greatly

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Well, that should not happen - changing the car battery should not affect the keys.

Do the keys have good batteries?

If all is okay then somehow the central locking and alarm module got confused and may need to be re-programmed.

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thanks...keys have good batteries...they both flash green while pressing any button on them but dont do anything other than start the car...rear hatch cant open either

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I know, I have a different car from possibly a different era, but . . . Sometimes when the car won't respond to the buttons on the key - even after starting the car - it takes using the key in the door lock to make it better. This has only happened a couple times since owning the car for four years. I was fearful of needing to get the system reprogrammed, but nope, just needed to manually lock and unlock the car. go figure

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Thanks..will keep trying that...now the PSM light is on without it being turned off on the dash..tricky gremlin stuff going on here!

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Have you checked the main and aux car batteries for proper voltage? An under-volt battery can cause weird things to happen. On my car it triggered Limp Mode which only allowed the trans to shift up to third gear. 

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Thank you,yes have the new battery on a tender charge and always above 12v.No rear battery...appreciate any and all responses... PCM doesnt work either..fuses all good..

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Don't know if this will help, worth a shot.The key remote might of lost it's memory due to the battery changes.

 

If the vehicle is not started or unlocked with the remote control within 7 days, the remote control standby function is switched off (to save the vehicle battery).

  1. In this case, unlock the driver's door with the key at the door lock. 
    Leave the door closed in order to prevent the alarm system from being triggered.
  2. Press button 1 on the remote control.

The remote control is now activated again.

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On 2/1/2019 at 9:22 PM, Loren said:

Well, that should not happen - changing the car battery should not affect the keys.

Do the keys have good batteries?

If all is okay then somehow the central locking and alarm module got confused and may need to be re-programmed.

Any idea how a DIYer can reprogram  the central locking and alarm module ?

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^Thank you for your great info...anyone have used a Durametric for sale? Now the PSM warning light stays on and service now warning is on, and rear wheels only wont move in drive or reverse...front wheels move..any help is truly appreciated..E brake seems ok..

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On 2/11/2019 at 12:24 PM, roberta berks said:

^Thank you for your great info...anyone have used a Durametric for sale? Now the PSM warning light stays on and service now warning is on, and rear wheels only wont move in drive or reverse...front wheels move..any help is truly appreciated..E brake seems ok..

Update^^ ebrake seems to be stuck in rotors,got rear hubs turning after prying on rotor and removing 50 torx bolt..

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