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Hi, My 2012 Cadillac SRX did the same thing to me last year. I replaced the battery in the remote and it fixed the problem. The old battery wasn't strong enough to trigger the proximity sensor on the car. Click on link below.
I hope that will fix yours. HYUNDAI 5WY8740 EN Factory OEM KEY FOB Keyless Entry Remote Alarm Replace

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looks like it's hard to get..
why don't u try online
some websites deal in it real time.. along with solutions to problems how to repair fix service nd all

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Tire Pressure Monitor Systems TPMS, that amber tire and exclamation point light that comes on in your dash advises you if you have a tire with low pressure. If it's on, check the pressure in ALL of your tires to ensure they ALL have the right pressure in them, and if not, then fill them to the proper tire pressure as listed on the placard on your drivers door or door frame. The sensors in the rims transmit an rf signal to the TPMS computer and if it senses one of the tires as having too little pressure, then the light comes on. Some vehicles have to have the system relearned if a sensor has to be replaced, and some if something as simple as having the tires rotated or adjusting the pressure require relearning.
The sensors are battery powered and have an expected life of 10 years or 100,000 miles, then they will need to be replaced with new sensors. (Unfortunately the batteries are not replaceable). They can cost upwards of $150.00+ per sensor, and with installation onto the rims and retraining to your cars computer, may very well exceed $200.00/tire, depending on the initial cost per sensor of course. Also, there is no way to determine if one is bad without having a TPMS relearn tool handy. They can run upwards of $1000.00+. So basically, this isn't a job that just anyone can attempt by themselves, and will require a trained individual with the proper tools to attempt.
But I would first off suggest if you haven't checked your tire pressures, check them and adjust to the proper inflation pressures. It's fine to go a couple pounds above the manufacturers recommended pressure, just in case you have a very touchy sensor that goes off if the tire pressure goes a little as 1/2 pound low. Also, if a tire is low for an extended amount of time, the sensor may go into what's called "Sleep Mode" where it will actually turn itself off until the pressure issue is resolved. Incidentally, the light on your dash will still be on. To turn the sensor back on may require driving the vehicle at a minimum of 20 mph for at least 20 minutes.
If adjusting the tire pressure and driving the vehicle does not turn the light off, then you will most likely have to have the system serviced and new sensors installed, or at least have the sensors relearned to the computer. Also, even brand new sensors may go bad sooner than 10 years or 100,000 miles depending on how old they are when they are installed in your vehicles rims. If some older stock sensors were installed in the rims, then life expectancy may vary.
Good luck.

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Read sticker under hood on panel on top of radiator or read shop manual. 8oz normal.

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you need diagnostic tools to see what is the problem of the car.. this illumination light (check engine) consist of electrical system and mechanical stability of engine and transmission..

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Internal oil presssure problem likley but you need to ask a service advisor at a GM shop or an automtaic transmisssion shop to break it down into a better diagnosis.

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Sometimes need to be reset,if its not.check the power to the motor,if the power get to the motor,its the motor problem ,otherwise it might be the cable seize up..it needs to dia

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your vent flaps aren't working like they should. not sure where they are in your car to know if you can manually release them.

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I think you can try to use GDS VCI Diagnostic Tool to diagnose it, Then you can found the problem.
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Could be as simple as a blown AC fuse, but also could be low on Freon. Start the engine and turn on the AC, check the pully on the AC compressor is turning. If it is, neither is bad. If not, could be either of those.

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Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Malfunction
Possible causes
- Low engine coolant level
- Faulty Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor
- Faulty engine coolant thermostat
- Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor harness is open or shorted
- Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor circuit poor electrical connection

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U need to understand how is that work.like 30 to 87 when 85 n 86 have current.

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you gotta drain the oil then drop the oil pan clean old gasket off and oil replace the gasket and reinstall oil pan put oil back in and after checking the oil level or changing oil you are ready to go

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Need to have the passenger side air control sensor Checked it is most likely stuck in the last position probably air condition..Hope this helps..good luck..

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most modern cars cannot be siphond as there is a mesh so far down the filler pipe some times you can disconect a fuel line either from the pump or in the engine bay

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is it blowing heat out if so recharge it

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most modern cars have a mesh some way down the filler so you cannot put a hose down the only way to do it is find out if this model has a return fuel pipe back to the tank remove this and run the engine as the fuel returns to the tank it will fill up petrol can ect

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