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    Default 2000 Seat Toledo Remote Lock Problem

    Just sold my mk3 golf gti, and bought a 2000 seat toledo SE 1.8 20v.
    After just 3 days the remote central locking has stopped working.
    I cant lock all of the doors from the drivers door, but can unlock them all.
    Just discovered that i can lock and unlock them all from the boot lock!
    Bit of a b*st*rd since i went out yesterday morning and the locks were frozen!
    Could i just need a new battery for the key? Or is this a wiring problem?
    Electricity is a grey area for me.

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    I found locking/unlocking with the key a bit ropey on our ibiza, had to really twist it sometimes before it would relise and trigger the central lokcing. I assume its got the same type of remote key as our ibiza, is it a Siemens one?

    If so the method I used to rematch our key was:
    1 ignition on to red lights on dash
    2 turn off immediately and pull key out
    3 hold 1 of the buttons down (dont matter which)
    4 PRESS the other 3 times ( with a SLIGHT pause) 1 . 2 . 3
    5 watch led on key (should flash) and doors usually try lock/unlock
    6 turn ignition key back on to red lights and wait 5 sec
    7 key out again and test operation
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    Thanks mate. il giv that a go.
    As far as i can see, my key is hella

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    ok that may not work then, heres a couple other methods that might work:
    Remote Key Registration Procedure:
    1) Switch ignition ON.
    2) Insert key to be programmed into driver’s door lock.
    3) Lock vehicle manually (rotate key in lock)
    4) Press lock or unlock button on new key.
    5) Wait at least 1 second.
    6) Press lock or unlock button again.
    7) Vehicle horn sounds briefly to indicate successful programming

    How do I reprogram the remote control?
    A: 1. Take the valet key, put it into the ignition and turn the key to the "on" position, just prior to starting the car.

    2. Roll down the driver's side window (not required, but a good idea in case there's a problem).

    3. Exit the car and close the door.

    4. With a second key, physically lock the doors (don't use a remote).

    5. Take the first remote to be programmed, press one of the buttons and the lights will flash once. Wait 10 seconds and press the unlock button. The doors should unlock. That first transmitter is now programmed.

    6. Lock the door again (physically) with the key, (not the remote).

    7. Press one of the buttons twice, the lights will flash twice. Wait 10 seconds and press the unlock button. The doors should unlock. The second transmitter is now programmed.

    For a third transmitter press the button 3 times and for a fourth press 4 times.

    Paul ads: "Make sure that to test the newly program remotes, the original key is removed from the ignition. Someone might be a bit frustrated trying to test it with it still in 'program' mode."
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