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Old 11-02-2020, 20:48   #1
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AGGGGH can't get the key fob reprogramme sequence to work following change of battery on my 2002 X Trail.

Locks manually and obviously starts but have put the key in and out of the ignition 6+ times over and over again and can't get the lights to flash . Only had it a few weeks and it is driving me mad ......everything else is fine ....love it .

Can any of the experienced x trailers help ??
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Is the Xtrail different programming sequence to a T2 then? key in and out sounds wrong to me, Rick
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Thanks Rick I am relying on the workshop manual that I downloaded. Is there another option ?

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AGGGGH can't get the key fob reprogramme sequence to work following change of battery on my 2002 X Trail.

Locks manually and obviously starts but have put the key in and out of the ignition 6+ times over and over again and can't get the lights to flash . Only had it a few weeks and it is driving me mad ......everything else is fine ....love it .

Can any of the experienced x trailers help ??
Daft question but did the unit work fine until you changed the battery or did you replace the battery as the remote was not working so you thought it was a flat battery ?

If its the former then you would not normally need to re-teach the fob just because you changed the battery. On some vehicles if a key such as a spare is not used for a long period and the battery is flat then a re-teach might be required.

If its the latter might be worth getting the key fob repaired.
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Old 12-02-2020, 11:05   #5
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It was working when I bought it but the failed once or twice and I thought it was because the rubber/buttons and or battery were worn so I sent it to a highly recommended guy on eBay for a refurb. Now I can't seem to reprogram it. Since original post I seem to be able to get the car in reprogram mode but can go no further !!What fun
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