Re: Don't loose the Smart Entry "Key" Fob
There is another solution if you get your key fob wet:
What you need:
Zip lock baggie
Your wet remote
1. As soon as you realize your keyless entry remote is wet, pick it up immediately! The sooner you start to revive it, the greater the chance of it surviving is. Place the remote on a towel and dab the remote, getting any of the excess water that is loose.
2. Grab a zip lock baggie and fill it with about 2 cups of rice, depending on how big the zip lock bag is.
3. Place the keyless entry remote in the zip lock baggie and seal it up nice and tight!
4. Tuck the remote in for a good 48-hour sleep.
5. After about 48 hours, you can take the keyless entry remote out of the zip lock bag. It is now time to find out if we saved a remote’s life!
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