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Old 10-04-2021, 09:13 AM
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".... Roadside Assistance guy tried pressing down on the central locking button with his lockout rod, nothing. ....

I am not saying you do or don't but the central lock/hazard button often breaks from the bottom of the button assembly. You need to unlock the car, but when you can, test to see if the hazard light button works..If not, remove the switch assembly and super glue the broken base back together.

I think you may have to break a window. I would figure out the easiest /cheapest piece of glass to replace (the smallest might not be it) and let it rip.

Removing the battery from your (aftermarket) key fob likely un-synched it with the car's locking system.

This is one reason why I lose sleep if I don't have two working keys for each of my cars.

Good luck
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