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Q: (RKE) NOT WORKING

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I have tried everything so next step is the main rke brain but I don't know where it is

My car has 255000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: The theft deterrent module is located behin...

The theft deterrent module is located behind the glove box on this vehicle. The module will require the dealer to test it and if needed, to replace it and program it to work on your vehicle. It takes a special tester and programmer that only a dealer has access to.

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