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Oops wrong spot.
For those that cant afford to give their old lambo away when the keyfob dies... Look at the front of the key, theres a little indentation. Use a small flat head screwdriver to pry the two halves apart.

It should pull apart like this:
You will be working with the part without the key blade. Stick your two thumbs in the channel the key blade folds into and pull the lower half apart.
Replace the battery and reassemble. The car will now need to relearn the key. Remove the plastic key hole cover by lifting the door handle slightly and pulling upwards. Once in the car, stick the key into the ignition and turn the car to on without starting it. Press the unlock button on the key fob. You should be good to go.

2004 Lamborghini... | Answered on Nov 07, 2018

First you have to take the engine out. the dagone things under that. then ya take a chainsaw and hack it right off. dump the oil (27 pints) into it. walla! ur finished. HolaBola!

2006 Lamborghini... | Answered on Nov 07, 2018

I have owned the car only a couple of weeks. Delivered with minor faults - one touch up on the passenger window faulty, indicators sometimes refused to switch off. After 450 miles the clutch has gone. I tried a mega takeoff at the lights and left a mass of smoke - clutch smoke. Bit disappointing as it is supposed to be performance car. Apparently about 15% of Gallardo's have had new clutches!

2000 Lamborghini... | Answered on Nov 07, 2018

Optima 800 cranking amps minimum, I have 2 Lamborghinis and both have optima, excellent battery.

2006 Lamborghini... | Answered on Nov 07, 2018

Look at the old one

2006 Lamborghini... | Answered on Oct 21, 2018

From what you have written my guess is there is no power going to them ..retrace wiring loom check for breaks

Lamborghini Cars... | Answered on Oct 21, 2018

Why did you do all of the engine work? Due to the same problem? Have you ran an ET on it to check for codes ?

2006 Lamborghini... | Answered on Aug 04, 2018

You may have a bike that is too small for you. If you are unable to return it the stem can be replaced by one that raises the bars more or that does not go forward as far, or the bars can be raised by using what is called a "stem riser". It is best to refer to a bike shop for info on purchasing the correct stem/riser or installing such an item, but below is an example of one stem riser and install videos.. Origin8 Tra Lift Stem Riser 75mm Black 1 1 8 stem riser Google Search

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Lamborghini... | Answered on Nov 09, 2017

I guess you call a local mechanic that can come to you and assist .

1999 Lamborghini... | Answered on Feb 23, 2017

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