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Hi there everyone.. I am new to this as I inherited a 2002 Mustang GT dropped off last week from my brother who gifted it thru his passing. So, there is a sentimental value here as he loved his mustang! The problem is upon the transport company dropping it off, I can't get into the vehicle due to the alarm setting off. So, I figured I would jump out and then relock the car manually as his remote keys don't work. My question is....is the battery really dead or does this have to do with the alarm system preventing the car to start up? Thanks for any and all info. Look forward to comments.

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Begin with changing the battery in the key fob (the remote). "CR2032" 3volt. It is 2cm dia. x 2mm thick approx. Use a small flat blade screwdriver to pop the fob open (pry at the tabs by the key ring loop) and the fob will hinge open.

Hopefully that will work now and you'll be set to start.


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Thanks Slither...working on it now!:kooky:
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