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My daughter's newly acquired 2006 1.4L HS Getz is fitted with a Hyundai central locking/alarm immobilizer, the one with a button on the side of the key, if the battery fails, or this unit fails to respond, how do you bypass and get going? Today her car would not unlock, she opened the door with the key, alarm sounded, tried to start the car with the key, nothing.....is there a way around this in case of emergency?
 

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Fitted a new battery, measured at 2.9V, should be over 3V, lets hope this sorts it, but I still want to know how to get around this if required.
 

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Fitted a new battery, measured at 2.9V, should be over 3V, lets hope this sorts it, but I still want to know how to get around this if required.
in the manual there is some explanation (at least it was in mine 15CRDI) there is a number of turning the key for contact on / off to be done. have a close look in the manual. But sure the best is to replace the battery. Also should have 2 keys,so if one is out of order use the second one.
 
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