Yes, but a low battery will cause the same problem. … If the battery is low, there is a malfunction with the key system. It can’t receive the signal. I am by no means suggesting there is not a possible issue somewhere else in the system, but we need a place to start.
The fob can unclock the car and the car battery is not dead. ….. This seems like a ridiculous thing to have happen to my 2009 Nissan Altima.
My fiance’s car won’t start. It’s either a 2007 or 2009 altima. Has the intelligent key. Keyless entry still works doors & trunk, But, when I get in the .
Not mine, friend of a friend. The above car with pushbutton start. Won’t start, getting an intermeittent message that car does not recognize key .
When I put the fob in the holder on the bottom left it the button lights up and is on “lock” … The dash lights up saying “no key”…odd because the car should be locked … How would I do this if I cannot get the car to start/take to the dealership?
Yes i have a 2009 nissan altima and it want start i have tryed jumping … brake pedal being hard to move and my steering wheel was not locked.