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    Quote Originally Posted by lulu 2 View Post
    Have you checked the fuse for the central locking?it is a common problem with the remote battery to not last long on that model and might not be working enough even if it is lighting up.
    Thanks - we haven't checked the fuse, will get DH to do that tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    How did you go?


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    We think it had something to do with the immobiliser. DH couldn't start it the next morning because the immobiliser was enabled, but couldn't turn it off because it's integrated with the central locking. He disconnected the battery and re-connected it and it started and central locking started working again. So not really sure exactly what it was in the end, but it's all working now - thanks for asking

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    Strange. thanks for updating.

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