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Old 25-11-11, 01:54 PM   #1
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Question 307 key fobs

Hi ive just had new batterys in my key fobs at a peugeot garage and now one key has stoped working alltogether and the othe one has just gone haywire some time it works and some times the unlock button locks the car so i went back to peugeot and they say i need two new keys is this right or are they just trying to get my cash if any one can help it would br great
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Old 25-11-11, 02:45 PM   #2
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I highly doubt you need new keys at all!

I take it both keys still start the car, and its just the remote unlocking thats gone?

I myself would go back and not leave until they sorted it, after all they caused it!

Out of curiosity, why did you go back to a main dealer to have batteries replaced??
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the reason i went back to peugeot i was just passing yes the keys still start the car its just the central locking dont work well it does work when it wants like the unlock button some times lock the car and some times it just flashes the hazards lights and its never done that before
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I'm not too sure where to point for this one

If it sometimes just flashes the indicators, it means the car is receiving the signal from the key in that instance, its then up to the car to activate the locks

Search on here for bsi reset and give that a go, apparently this is also how to resync the keys but i dont know if it actually works, worth a try!

1. Place key to be programmed in ignition lock.
2. Turn key to ignition position 2, but dont start engine.
3. Press and hold the lock button for 10 seconds
4. remove key
5. wait 5 seconds
6. try key - should now operate doors.
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[QUOTE=Stubbo;73931]I'm not too sure where to point for this one

If it sometimes just flashes the indicators, it means the car is receiving the signal from the key in that instance, its then up to the car to activate the locks

Search on here for bsi reset and give that a go, apparently this is also how to resync the keys but i dont know if it actually works, worth a try!

1. Place key to be programmed in ignition lock.
2. Turn key to ignition position 2, but dont start engine.
3. Press and hold the lock button for 10 seconds
4. remove key
5. wait 5 seconds
6. try key - should now operate doors.[/QUOTE

Has anyboby tried this?
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Old 06-12-11, 01:34 AM   #6
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Smile 307 key fob

Well ive got both key fobs working again i took them both apart and reseated the batterys as it looked like there was no conection between the batterys and the Circuit board and to my joy they both work now so it looked like the guy at peugeot didnt put the new batterys in correctly so im a happy chappy again
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What a great advert for the dealers.
With a 100% failure rate on changing two batteries how the hell are they supposed to diagnose complicated faults on a car??
Obviously there are some good dealers out there but this makes me never want to let a dealer anywhere near my car.
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