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Hi all,
Can I firstly just say this is my first post on this forum so please go easy! And if this question has been answered then I would be buggered if I can find it.
Here goes, I have a 2004 Peugeot Expert with working central locking whilst using the key in one of the door locks BUT not whilst using the buttons on the flip 2 button key,
I have checked the key using a Sealey key fob tester and that lights up once with each press of the remote buttons.
I have tried resetting the BSI as instructed from the car manual as well as at least 3 different versions of said reset instructions off this forum, but that has not worked.

So can I ask would using pp2000 and going through re-adding the key to the BSI make the remote part of the central locking work again?

Or is there a central locking antenna that could be broken on this van?

And lastly if I could also ask, when using the key fob tester with my car fob (all be it not a Peugeot) the led status light on the tester remains lit while pressing the button, but like I say it lights up once only on the Expert, would anyone know if that is correct or might there still be a fault with the key?
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am not sure what else I can try,

Cheers and thanks in advance,
 

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Hi all,
Can I firstly just say this is my first post on this forum so please go easy! And if this question has been answered then I would be buggered if I can find it.
Here goes, I have a 2004 Peugeot Expert with working central locking whilst using the key in one of the door locks BUT not whilst using the buttons on the flip 2 button key,
I have checked the key using a Sealey key fob tester and that lights up once with each press of the remote buttons.
I have tried resetting the BSI as instructed from the car manual as well as at least 3 different versions of said reset instructions off this forum, but that has not worked.

So can I ask would using pp2000 and going through re-adding the key to the BSI make the remote part of the central locking work again?

Or is there a central locking antenna that could be broken on this van?

And lastly if I could also ask, when using the key fob tester with my car fob (all be it not a Peugeot) the led status light on the tester remains lit while pressing the button, but like I say it lights up once only on the Expert, would anyone know if that is correct or might there still be a fault with the key?
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am not sure what else I can try,

Cheers and thanks in advance,
Have you tried changing battery in key
 

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Have you tried changing battery in key
Hi, Thanks for your suggestion, the battery in the remote is brand new! Starting to think it might be the BSI as the remote control on the steering wheel for the radio/cd has started to play up, changing presets and generally being a pain, but I don't know, still hoping someone might of had something similar happen with there Pug Expert, but again cheers,
 

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One possible cause of these problems is low battery volts (the car battery not the fob). Can be caused by battery on its last legs or alternator not charging correctly. Measure battery volts with engine off and also running. Should be better than 12.6 and 13.4.

If the first is low, get the battery tested. If the second or both are low get the alternator tested.
 

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Again thanks for all your help, I have tried to re sync the keys with the method shown in the instruction manual that came with the van, and various other ideas on this forum (though for different models of car) but I haven't re synced them with pp200 yet. I will check the battery voltage and report back, as I said in my original post the fob throws out a signal but only on each push of the button on the flip remote, not a continuous signal, would any one know if this is correct or might the fault still be with the fob?
Thanks again,
 
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