My daughter has just bought an 07 plate Suzuki Swift 1. Can someone help with posible solutions. By pressing the buttons on the Key Fob the doors lock and unlock, BUT by keeping the fob in a pocket or handbag does not allow opening as the system should with just the closeness to the car and pressing the door handles.
You say it opens and closes keyless, then you say keyless entry dont work, cant make head or tail of that question. Try again. Update: By pressing the buttons on the Key Fob the doors lock and unlock, BUT by keeping the fob in a pocket or handbag does not allow opening as the system should with just the closeness to the car and pressing the door handles. Update 2: By pressing the buttons on the Key Fob the doors lock and unlock, BUT by keeping the fob in a pocket or handbag does not allow opening as the system should with just the closeness to the car and pressing the door handles.
Answer Save. Suzuki Swift Sport Problems. Just use the key. Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.We found you speeding on AutoLanka Forums without any registration! If you want the best experience, please sign in. Safe driving! Asked by VTEC. Something weird has happened to our Swift One of my cousins was trying to take something out of the car and was fudging around with the remote key to get it unlocked. She managed to unlock after several mins. A few hours later when I tried to go somewhere the car would nt start.
It would crank up but the engine wouldnt start up. I could see an orange "padlock on a car" indicator flashing on the dashboard suggesting that the engine was locked! I figured the Immobilizer would have kicked in for some reason due to my cousin messing around with the remote key.
Here s the weird part. I have a plain spare key which does not have the remote keyless entry buttons. And when I use this key the car starts with no issues. While it starts with the normal key since it has no sensor or RFID. Any suggestions as to how I can disarm the immobilizer and get the car started with the original remote key? S - This key only has the lock and unlock buttons and no immobilizer or any other button for that matter.
If there is no immobilizer in the alarm there is no way it can stop the engine, im guessing the problem isn't with your alarm. Sometimes a simple thing like removing the battery for about 15 minutes might reset the alarm but not sure if it will work in your case. Just give it a try and see. Its factory fitted. There is no immobilizer button on the key, but the Engine Car PadLock indicator does blink on the dashboard Im assuming this is the immobilizer indication.
Yes she did drop the key while trying to catch it form the first floor!! I guess I will have to open it and see if there is a chip in it.
Buddy theres a transponder in the Key. It might have got damaged as u r cousin has dropped it therefore it must be not sending a signal back to the car's ecu to validate it's code. In that case the immobilizer kicks in and hence it prevents you from starting it. So looks like a damaged transponder in the original remote key, though it'd let you turn the key as grooves are the same, the car won't start. You can get it fixed at the agents, maybe the IC could be replaced or a new remote key ordered.
Ok, just like Kelum said ordinary key without the buttons also seems to have the transponder in it. Its sealed inside the plastic and cannot be removed. This is true since I tried with a normal manual cut key and it would nt start either. SO there s definitely a transponder in all the keys with buttons or no buttons.You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features.
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At this point, if you have been sucessful, you will hear two audible "beeps", the door locks will cycle and you are now in programming mode. The locks will again cycle indicating the remote was sucessfully programmed. Repeat step 6 for all other remotes. Once all remotes are programmed, open and close the door, then test each remote for function. You may also remove the key at this point. This is to confirm the programming into the remote. I then removed the key from the ignition, start the engine without it as well as used the remote to lock and lock to confirm functions working as expected!
The key should be withdrawn Before this buzzing stops and Not till after it stops. We initially did the latter thinking to allow it time to work, but the procedure only worked when we pulled the key out each time before buzzing stopped.
Not sure if PI swift using the same remote for keyless entry and keyless start, CM ones definitely use the same. If it does, taobao one will probably work. FYI, immobilizer chip programming will need special equipment and more work but probably not needed as the remote will disable it once car is unlocked.
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Hello Suzuki Fans, Thank you very much for your response guys. Maybe the sensor in the Center Console was disconnected or something. I did go through all the fuses so that was not the answer.
I should go looking for it physically. Do you know exactly where it is.
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If anyone experienced this problem and then resolved it, please contact me. Thank you very much. Br, Daymond. Facebook Comments. SMF 2. SimplePortal 2. This has occurred 2 times now and we do not know what is wrong. Can anyone help?
Thank you. Daymond Depends is occurred occasionally or the programmed key never get the car started. In Singapore, those cars from Authorised Dealer are also facing this problem occasionally. There are sensors at the centre console, front 2 doors and rear boot panels. Do not place the smart key near the front driver door.
Best location is near the instrument panel, for my case I try to place it at the centre console box. Hope this helps.Forums Recent Rules My Activity. Hey there! Welcome to the Digital Spy forums. Sign In Register. Sign up to Digital Spy's newsletter to get the biggest news and features sent straight to your inbox. My car has a totally flat battery.
I borrowed a car battery charging unit from a friend at work but I can't actually unlock the car to pop the bonnet and get at the battery due to the keyless entry system not working.
I guess the keyless entry doesn't work because the car battery not the key fob battery is flat. There is a key inside the fob, but when I try to use that, I get the 'clunk clunk' lock mechanism moving noise but the door still won't open! My car is an '06 Toyota Yaris. I called a Toyota garage today and they insisted the key should work - but it doesn't. So, short of breaking a window, I need to unlock the car so I can pop the bonnet and charge the battery. Does anyone have an idea of how much it would cost if I called the AA or RAC or similar without already being a member?
Any other ideas? Ber Posts: 24, Forum Member. Have you tried the boot? Dont know how the yaris is set up but on my car its a 'mechanical' lock and not connected to the central locking. Usually you pop a plastic cover on the drivers door handle and insert key and open manually.
Are you using your keyless car correctly?
Maybe post on a yaris or toyota forum might help. Does the passenger side door have a lock? If so have you tried that?Car key remote fobs are a nice convenience to have, but they all stop working eventually. Even if it's just a dead battery, you can pretty much guarantee that your car doors will fail to unlock with the remote at one time or another. While here are a few different reasons that a keyless entry remote might stop working, most of them are pretty easy to check yourself.
Other key fob remote problems are more complicated, but it's still possible to fix them. Here are the five things you'll want to check first when your remote stops locking or unlocking your car doors:. However, there could also be a mechanical or electrical problem with the door locks. At this point, you'll want to check and make sure that your physical key, or emergency valet key, is able to work the locks. Some cars have push-button ignitions that only operate when the key fob is close by.
These vehicles still usually have a physical key for locking and unlocking the doors, but it may be hidden. The key fob will often have a hidden key inside, so if you don't have a physical key for your vehicle, then check the fob for a release button or switch.
The other issue you may run into is that some car doors don't have any visible place to insert a key. Most of these vehicles still have a keyhole, but it may be hidden behind a trim piece near the door handle.
In that case, you will want to look for a trim piece with a small slot in it, which you will have to pry away to access the keyhole. Prying away a trim piece like this does carry some danger of damaging the paint on the car door or door handle, and you can also dent or bend the trim piece. So if you aren't comfortable, and there isn't an emergency that requires you to get inside your car immediately, you may want to consult a professional. If you are able to lock and unlock the doors with the physical key, then the locks are probably fine mechanically.
However, there could still be an electrical problem. You can rule part of this out by locking and unlocking all of the doors via the physical master control inside the vehicle, which would indicate that the electronics are fine. There are a few ways to determine the type of battery you need. It may say in your manual, or you can contact a local dealer. You can also just open up the remote and look at the battery, which will typically have a number printed or stamped into its surface.
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Most of these batteries should show about 3 to 3. The two most common points of failure are the battery terminal contacts and the buttons, although there are a lot of other ways they can break.
The best way to check this out on your own is to just pull the remote apart again and do a thorough visual inspection. If the battery connector terminals are broken, you should be able to tell by looking at them, and they may also feel loose. If they are, then carefully soldering them back in place may return your broken key fob to useful service. They may be soldered back in place as well if you find that they have come loose unless a button is physically snapped off.
The rubberized buttons used by most car key remotes can fail in a number of ways. This prevents anyone with the same make and model from walking up and using their fob to unlock your car. This is often accomplished by getting in your vehicle, closing the door, and inserting the keys in the ignition. Rather than starting the vehicle, you will have to turn the key to the run position and back to the locked position several times in a row.
In the case that your vehicle uses that method of reprogramming, you will typically hear a chime after you have cycled the key several times. You can then press one of the lock or unlock buttons on the remote, after which you should hear the chime a second time. Another method that some vehicles use is to get in the car and lock the door. You will then have to insert your key into the ignition and pull it back out six times within the span of 10 seconds.