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Old 02-22-2018, 11:06 AM   #1
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Start/No Start Issue!

Got a question for anybody that may have had the same. Car sat for 3 months, battery died. I know, not a good thing as the battery really died. Replaced battery and all is operating as normal, except. When attempting to start the car, you must use the unlock feature on the key fob to allow the starter to spin. Turn key on, lights in dash and all come on, turn key to start, nothing. turn key off, remove key, click unlock button (you don't really even have to remove key), put key back in and now it will start and run as normal. Go to store, shut car off and when you return with your groceries err beer, must follow sequence above. Maddening. Has something to do with the alarm? Anybody? Thanks, Robert
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Old 02-22-2018, 11:26 AM   #2
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Re: Start/No Start Issue!

Yes that sounds like an alarm issue (not to be confused with PATS)
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