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Engine will not crank, cannot get security alarm to reset

While jumping the lawn mower the positive clamp shorted to the body. The alarm went off and would not re-set. Suspected the remote battery to be dead and changed battery. Got the car to start once. Put seat and dash cover back in, car will not crank now. Have dash lights, can hear electric fuel pump running, but will not crank. Thank you for any suggestions.

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Check the fuses for the alarm you might have blown them which would not let you start the car. word of advice never mess with car alarms and never jump your lawn mower with your car.

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