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If you are having problems opening your Konacheck the battery - just cost me $158 to replace 2 x 2.5 year old batteries. Initial contact with dealer was assured I it was probably a faulty fob and replaceable under warranty! No suggestion to check the battery!
 

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Let me get this right. The Hyundai dealer charged you $158 dollars to change the batteries in your two key fobs? Or $158 dollars to change two car batteries.?
 

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Jaysus, that's a 5 minute job at most to change fob batteries, your dealer is a crook. At least Dick Turpin wore a mask. That should have been a freebie. How to win a repeat customer.NOT!

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I need to say I’m very disappointed in Hyundai. Regardless of who is wrong or right in this situation, I get customers that come into the locksmith shop where I work all the time requesting us to change the batteries in there key fobs simply because when they started there car, a “low battery” message came on the dash. This is something basic that almost all car makers have done since at least 2007. Hopefully someone at Hyundai/Kia followers the forms and reads this.
 
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