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Hi

I got a smart key battery is low warning last year, I switched to the spare key instead of replacing. I'm now getting a battery low on current smart key again. I replaced the battery on the original a Maxell CR2032 H to a Duracell CR 2032, it unlocks the car but car won't start saying it does not recognise a smart key is present.

Car is almost 3 years old. Concerned if I try it on the current low battery key I'll be left with a car I can't drive.

Dealer visit? Or has someone experienced this?
Wondering if they H means something on the Maxell battery or I've left it without a battery for too long.

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Will.
 

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hi, have you tried holding the fob on the marked position on the steering column cover, on the base of the cover, when the display is showing " smart key not recognised" hold the fob against the marked position, press brake pedal or clutch depending on model, press start button, engine should start, hope this helps you, Tony
 
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