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Hi my neighbour owns a P 206 (has centre locking)

She can lock and unlock (centre locking on all doors) the car using the key in the drivers door but when trying the fob it's not working.

Have fitted the new battery the correct one, nothing.

any ideas, thank you advance

Mick
 

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Try this - its straight from the handbook:

Programming the remote
control
 Switch off the ignition.
 Switch the ignition on again.
 Press button A immediately for a
few seconds.
 Switch off the ignition and remove
the remote control key from the
ignition lock. The remote control
is now working again.
Button A is the large one.
 

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Hi
I tried it, unfortunately didn't work, i have also tried other ways, still nothing.
thought I'd let you know
 

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As the immobiliser is working, it is likely that the module is the original one programmed to the car, and that suggests that either the transmitter in the key is defective, or the receiver in the car.

Afaik, the only way to work that out is to try to program another key (has to be new and unused - don't go buying a used one - they cannot be repurposed).
 

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It could have a new chip in the key it may have had an ecu set change and the last owner fitted the original remote section to replacement key anything is possible hence the question has it EVER worked.
 

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If its never worked it probably never will its highly likely its a mismatched set its an old car no doubt no history with it

Only way is as stated above is program a NEW key complete and even that needs the 4 digit access code and IF the ecu set has been swapped it needs the code for THAT ecu set not the car !
 

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thanks for all your quick replies
She has had the car 4 years and said the fob has never worked for her.
So even if i get a new key fob complete, it will need the code to plum it in.
££
thought if it would be a quick fix, great, but now sounds more involved
At least the key in the door central locks the car.
 
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