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Thread: Key fob batteries last one day on all keys, code B1050 & B1052 showing

  1. #51
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    Thank you. Three weeks and still going strong is better than a battery every time I used the car!

    Yes have checked the receiver and all ok. We have dried out the carpet and dried the floor and are looking for leak, but think it may be the high pressure wash at the car wash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolsen View Post
    Bad batch of batteries or something has contaminated key electronics. Perhaps try electro cleaner and good make of batteries.
    Thanks we've checked all that thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinkeljb View Post
    If you are removing that amount of water, I would suspect a leak...... New door rubbers maybe, new seals on rear quarter light windows, new seal around the rear hatch, "leak sealer" or equivalent to seal the front windscreen.
    There are "fixed" for all these leak points if you don't want to buy new bits!

    John
    Helpful and yes there's a seal leaking, but thanks for your advice.

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    Captain tolleys creeping crack cure

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Captain-T...-/162683148776

    Good stuff for windscreen and window leaks, dries transparent, See the ancient advert LOL

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHMTi13obto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eryc View Post
    Thank you. Three weeks and still going strong is better than a battery every time I used the car!

    Yes have checked the receiver and all ok. We have dried out the carpet and dried the floor and are looking for leak, but think it may be the high pressure wash at the car wash!
    Did you ever actually check the remote fobs for tin whisker growth?

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