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What year, SF or SG model and fob details or image if not like one below

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that just remote central locking fob , assuming have no motion sensors on windscreen side piller trims and no bonnet switch?
If fob functional/working and central locking fob you program it as below .

1: open drivers door fully and leave open

2: do not put keys in the ignition.

3: Connect the white connector found behind the footwell kick panel next to the accelerator (RHD).

4: now with the door still open press and hold the rear part of the door lock/unlock button on the drivers door panel. Keep hold of it DO NOT LET GO.

5: now double press the open button on your key fob then the lock button on your key fob, then switch to a 2nd key fob if have one and do the same (even if already programmed and working as all required fobs must be programmed together ).

6: Once all key fobs been done  RELEASE THE BUTTON ON THE DOOR And unplug the white connector .

7: test fobs before refitting footwell kick panel .

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Ok thank you .

No sensors anywhere 

I think I saw that method on YouTube but the vid was so bad it was useless.

I will do that in the morning

Cheers mate 

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obviously test basics of remote first > good battery in it, pcb board and buttons visual inspection .

If doesn't work fob will need be repaired or pcb swapped over from working used or new .

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Yeah ok I have a new battery, but the fob looks knackered, if I need a new one are they able to be purchased??

Cheers tho 

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yes, should be able get used and new, I got the 2 key fobs new as always keep few spare remotes for quick customer fix  .

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does they key work in the ignition still?

 

do you have a number keypad ?

looks like this,

 

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I'e got nothing like that.

Key works.

I think now after trying to reset it' the chip in it' buggered.

I'e ordered a new fob and hope that works 

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if the key is working then its just the radio fob, have a hunt round inside and see if you can find that pad either in the glove box or hidden away somewhere.

Mines a single button, but the spare didnt work remotely. they are all sigma fobs so just need to put a code in and you can reprogram it yourself, assuming of course its just lost the frequency.

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It not sigma, it central locking only 2 button fob and security is skim key chip immobiliser (skim key transponder chip also in key fob housing but separate to pcb board)

Easy enough fit a used or new fob pcb and program it to the Fozzy (instructions as above) as long as Fozzy side of it working right, most times it is indeed fob that faulty, cracked board, buttons broken etc etc .

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ah fair do's, i thought all of the alarms fitted to subarus were sigmas

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On 23/11/2017 at 8:13 PM, Mr B said:

yes, should be able get used and new, I got the 2 key fobs new as always keep few spare remotes for quick customer fix  .

Cheers mate, sorted it. My fob was broken, reprogrammed another. Thanks for the help appreciate it big time x 

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^ job jobbed . good to hear ...

 

 

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