By delamer - 29/01/2012 16:00 - United States
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Twinsies!!! Sorry that was uncalled for. But hey great minds think alike.
Exactly 35. OP it sounds like a problem with the keyless entry. Use your head and just insert the silver, keylike object (I think it's called a "key") into the little slot next to the door handle (called a "lock"). It may take a few tries, but you'll get used to it and it'll work like a charm every time!
For all the comments about suggesting OP uses the key to manually lock/unlock the car: Sometimes, in certain makes/models of cars, you can use the keyless entry to lock the car/set the alarm, but you must also use the keyless entry to unlock the car, because if you unlock the car manually, the alarm will go off (that's what I learned the hard way with my car). So unless OP doesn't mind not being able to use her car alarm/keyless entry, I suggest going to the dealership with the neighbor to try and straighten this out.
Depends on the OP's situation. I have 2 young toddlers, and to have to manually unlock the car means more than just a slight inconvenience. I have an older car now and have to every time, I HATE it, and if I had the remote no way I would stop using it! It'd be annoying, but hey, I'd be the one leaving and they'd have to come shut it off... More their problem than mine :/
I had to disconnect the horn to my car because my keyless entry will stop working at times and I have to use the key. When I use the key, my horn starts blaring and it won't stop. Even while I'm driving and turned the car back off. I've been flipped-off hundreds of times due to that problem..
Or not? You know how easy it is to pick a lock? Or break the lock to get in? I ha to break into my friends suv because he locked the keys inside.. I got in with a ruler and my fingers.... So when someone breaks into your car wouldnt you want an alarm that will discover them?
I thought they were all different, otherwise you could unlock other peoples car. So I don't think this is real... Just my opinion.