Remember? The 8-year-old minivan I chose to keep, so Larry could get the new car, just a few short weeks ago...
...my key fob wasn't opening the electric sliding doors. And neither were the buttons inside the car. We had to push the doors open slo-o-owly. By hand. I know, first-world problem, but still.
|Random yarn picture, because prettier than cars|
"Oh, yeah, we were opening them this way the whole time!" she said.
Nice of them to let me know...
|And now I can buy more yarn...|
Still, odd that both doors went at once, right? Right.
Somewhere along evening, I read that, if the electric isn't working, it's easier to manually open the doors if you set the master power door button to Off. So I went outside to fix this master power door button that I didn't even know existed - you know, the one down below and to the left of the steering wheel? Where maybe Larry's knee could inadvertently hit it?
Yup, it was already off. And that's how I saved $4000 on Sunday.