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Jonny oiler

Warranty Cover For Remote Key Failure

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Hello would a 3 button key fob be covered on the cars warranty the fiesta 1.6 tdi reg march 2009.thanks john

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depends on whats wrong with it, have you checked its not simply a flat battery.. if the battery is dead its up to you to replace the battery and if its been dead for a while and lost the coding then its up to you again to pay to have it programed though alot of places will do it for you.. if battery is ok and it will not re programe then it should be up to ford providing there is no water ingress when opened. if its not starting the car then its the imobaliser and thats up to ford also...

inotherwords starting the car and failure of the fob itself is covered, battery and reprograming/loss of programing up to you.

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depends on whats wrong with it, have you checked its not simply a flat battery.. if the battery is dead its up to you to replace the battery and if its been dead for a while and lost the coding then its up to you again to pay to have it programed though alot of places will do it for you.. if battery is ok and it will not re programe then it should be up to ford providing there is no water ingress when opened. if its not starting the car then its the imobaliser and thats up to ford also...

inotherwords starting the car and failure of the fob itself is covered, battery and reprograming/loss of programing up to you.

Keys aren't coded.

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Hi I have titanium keyless entry I never press the buttons on the fob i push the button on the handle had my car in for service and when I returned to car and opened it fob was in my pocket went to push the start and I got a message on dash replace battery went back in told them they sorted it free of charge

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