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no remote locking?
#1
my key has 2 buttons, but neither lock or unlock the car, changed the battery and its still the same, checked the service site and it states the below:

SPECIAL SPECIFICATION STANDARD
ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS NORMAL ATMOSPHERE
DRIVING POSITION RIGHT HAND DRIVE
CENTRAL LOCKING CONTROL CENTR LOCK SYSTM DRIVER’SIDE
TRAFFIC SIDE DRIVING ON THE LEFT-HAND SIDE
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING PLUG WITHOUT VEHICLE LOAD RECOGNITION
EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES C HANDLES/MIRRORS C PLATE LIGHTING C BOOT PROTECT
ADDITIONAL TYPE APPROVAL PLATE W/O ADDIT HOMOLOGATION PLATE
SLAVE CONTROL UNIT BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI)

im guessing as it mentions central locking i dont have remote locking?
MK1 Berlingo, Y-Reg 1.4 Petrol Now LPG Converted.
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#2
Actually, no.
Not all early Berlingos had Central Locking.
(My 1998 didn't have it. My 1999 has central locking and remote locking. My key only has one button, though. )
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#3
You have simple remote locking, not the deadlocking which is common in the UK (I think due to insurance categories, not actual carjacking problems).
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#4
so i should have remote locking - not just central locking?
MK1 Berlingo, Y-Reg 1.4 Petrol Now LPG Converted.
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#5
If your key has buttons and the internals then yes it should have remote locking. It's not uncommon for them to de synchronise. Go to a locksmiths and they should be able to test your remote for a signal to test the keys working.
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