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Old 01-29-2007, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default Is the range on the keyless entry remote that bad for everyone?

I have an 06 and both remotes dont have range of more than 10-15 feet, often times far less. I replaced the battery in one and it did the same thing. Could I have bought a dead battery or does everyones remote entry suck this bad?


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Old 01-29-2007, 03:29 PM   #2
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uh my ap1 remote works fine at 30 feet. do you have any interference in your car that might be causing this?
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Old 01-29-2007, 03:42 PM   #3
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30 feet? thats almost double what I can get. It happens everywhere I park so I dont think its interference.
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no i don't mean physical interference such as buildings, cars, etc. do you have any electronics in the car that might be worth mentioning that can cause interference?
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Mine suck too, put it up to ypur chin and hit the button.
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Mine goes at least 40-50 ft.

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Mine suck too, put it up to ypur chin and hit the button.
The "chin method" directs radio frequencies towards your brain. I recommend the "elbow method".
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Old 01-29-2007, 06:07 PM   #7
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Mine goes at least 40-50 ft.

The "chin method" directs radio frequencies towards your brain. I recommend the "elbow method".
thank you there is someone else here with a lil know how!

place remote to chin...
100ft range.. even with a low battery
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thank you there is someone else here with a lil know how!

place remote to chin...
100ft range.. even with a low battery
can also be used to help send text messages in poor signal area!
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Old 01-29-2007, 06:23 PM   #9
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can also be used to help send text messages in poor signal area!
no ****? i always have range.. SIDEKICK 2 PWNZ..... FTW..
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Mine goes at least 40-50 ft.

The "chin method" directs radio frequencies towards your brain. I recommend the "elbow method".
Ahh there's already 20 million radio waves floating through all our heads everyday- one more won't hurt
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Old 01-31-2007, 11:50 AM   #13
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yeah my remote sucks too. every once in a while it will get decent range, but for the most part you gotta be pretty close.
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i cant be more than 4 feet away for mine to work.
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i cant be more than 4 feet away for mine to work.
New battery/remote?
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glad to know mine is the only one that sucks.


thought it was the battery too but changed that recently. oh well.

yeah, chin method. lol.
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New battery/remote?
changed it. still no lucky
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Mine sucks also, like OP said. . .10ft away. . my friends ap1 he gets contact like 50ft away.
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Yet another AP2 with weak range. 20 feet tops on a fresh battery.
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Old 02-02-2007, 06:44 PM   #20
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The "chin method" directs radio frequencies towards your brain. I recommend the "elbow method".
Wait, wait... Now, I've used the chin method for years, but what the heck is the elbow method? (Or did I completely overlook the joke/sarcasm?)
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yeah my range sucks too. ..its like 10-15 feet max.
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Ahh there's already 20 million radio waves floating through all our heads everyday- one more won't hurt
yeah..what's the worst that could happen

I am a tumor, i am a tumor, i am a tumor, i am tumor..<insert family guy here>

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yeah my range sucks too. ..its like 10-15 feet max.
i am so what there also, sometime it's quite good and sometime it's like wtf
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The "chin method" directs radio frequencies towards your brain. I recommend the "elbow method".
Wait, wait... Now, I've used the chin method for years, but what the heck is the elbow method? (Or did I completely overlook the joke/sarcasm?)
Put remote to elbow, use arm as extended antenna. I've used light poles, street signs, car antenna, etc. anything large and metal seems to work best.
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Old 11-04-2009, 06:56 PM   #24
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sweet, old post. Hahahaha it's been a while.
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