All of a sudden, my remote wireless key does not respond or unlock the doors, especially the driver side. The driver side door, I have to open the door with the key manually.Questions:

Asked by Apr 03, 2007 at 09:47 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All of a sudden, my remote wireless key does not respond or  unlock the doors, especially the driver side. The driver side door, I have to open the door with the key manually.Questions:
1.Does my remote key battery worn out already? Or does it have battery on it?
2. Is there a fuse for the electronic doors?
3. Do I have to get a new remote key from the dealer?
Worst thing is the driver side.With the remote key, it wont move at all. I have to do manually to lock and unlock.

Hope to hear your reply as soon as possible. Thank you very much/.

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I have a '97 Camry, silentknight, and my key fob has two batteries in it, which wear out a lot more quickly than I would like. I guess the only good news is that you probably won't have to worry about your questions 2 & 3. Good luck!

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Could be three things ecu for a Alarm or. Reciver relay box or batter or remote itself Good luck

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