Question about Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Parts & Accessories
The button on the fob will not press but is hammed
Posted by Anonymous on
Can you pull it up a bit by two tiny screwdriver and try to lift it a bit and move it left or right.... were the sleeve is, but it's offcourse a sign of wear, so replace it. Gr richard
Posted on Aug 16, 2014
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May 01, 2015 | 1997 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Reset your Mercedes-Benz key by placing the key in the ignition of your vehicle while the vehicle is turned off. Do not turn on the vehicle. Press a finger on the "lock" button of your key fob while the key is in the Mercedes' ignition.
Pull the key out of the ignition while continuing to hold the "lock" button down. Continue to hold the "lock" button for the duration of the key resetting process
Use another finger to push down on the "unlock" button five consecutive times. Keep holding down the "lock" button.
Release the "lock" button. This is the end of the resetting process for your Mercedes-Benz. Use your key fob to ensure it is properly working
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