Where was it serviced?? If it was done correctly they should have put new batteries in and may have removed the blades to do it and may still have themHow about this puzzle.
My Mondeo has keyless entry and start.
Tried opening my car door with my keyfob to find that it didn't.
Tried the spare and that didn't work either.
Thinking the keyfob battery was flat I replaced it. Still no joy.
I confirmed the battery was okay by putting it into the Mrs keyfob in her company car.
Thinking now that the cars battery is flat, or that the programming on the fob is lost due it's flat battery (unlikely)
Here's the kicker. Inside the keyfob there should be an emergency blade key to open the door. Both my fobs are empty.
My AA cover I got free with my last service ran out at the end of Feb.
I've an auto locksmith coming tomorrow. The only good news is that he didn't turn up as promised today so they offered to cut me a blade for free.
If it is the battery do yourself a favour and buy a genuine ford one they have a smart charge system and the chemical make up of the battery is different. If you go don't accept the first price ask for discount and try more than one dealerTo be honest I've had the car for over 5 years and it never had the blades in it. I found this out by accident a few years after I bought it from a car supermarket.
The car was serviced at a main dealer. I did have the MOT done locally recently as well. I think that the car battery may be flat as I don't use it much now as I walk to work. Weekends we may use mine or the wife's car. I don't mind using hers as it's a company car and its their wear and tear.
I don't think I've left any lights on as I keep it on the auto setting ie they come on when it's dark. Don't think I've touched the internal light either.
I guess being sat outside for a while and then when used only short journeys hasn't helped. Guess I will know more tomorrow. I'm not a petrol head at all and hate spending money on cars