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is this a aftermarket alarm? try to disconect the battery under the hood for 10 min. not 9 min· it should rest the computor. not saying you stupied but the batters in the remote were installed corectley? every one makes mistakes i hope this helps·
Sound like not enough fuel. Before you start car put a rag over schrader valve( valve with plastic cap on it like a car tire) on fuel rail and push valve if fuel doesn't squirt out its a bad pump or filter
Is the check engine light lighting up on the dashboard, when you turn the ignition key to on? If not then your ecu is in need of repair since it is not sending power to the coil and probably also not to the injectors also.
moisture related issues,generaly require servcie or replacement of ignition related parts, coil, cap,igntion wires should be inspected for moisture saturation. simply wet ignition system and look for spark limited lighting helps
I had an aftermarket alarm on a Wrangler and encountered the same problem. With the car off I disconnected the battery, then pulled the fuse(s) for the alarm. I waited to reconnect the battery for about 10 minutes because the computer can hold memory with no power source for a short amount of time. (I did not put the alarm fuses back in.) This disables the alarm, but atleast the Jeep started.