I'm having a problem that has been reported on this forum a couple times, and I'm just wondering if anyone has a suggestion on how to fix it. Just this weekend, I noticed that the "unlock" button on my fob is stuck down. Our car has SKS, so I have probably pushed this button a grand total of 30 times in the 3 years we've owned the car, so there's no way the button should be worn out at this point. The funny thing is that I can still use the SKS as usual at this point. My guess is that the remote must have some sort of time-out that stops sending a signal if you hold down the button for too long. Why the SKS still works is beyond me. As others have discovered, the remote is glued shut, and to this point, I've had no luck prying it open. I suspect that the button has just gotten wedged under a piece of plastic, so if I could just open it, I'd be able to fix it in 10 seconds. I haven't really gone at it yet, since it still works as an SKS fob, and I'd rather not break this $350 piece of technology. Do people have any suggestions on how I should attack this? Do you think the dealer would cover a replacement (we're still under warranty for the next 2 months)? Do people know if there's an easier way to get the fob open?