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Changed batteries and engine won't start

I have a 2006 F350 diesel. My batteries died and I put two new ones in. Now it will not turn over. This happened before when I unhooked the batteries and I needed to do the process on page 86 of my manual with the electronic keychain. I now longer have the keychain. How do I get my vehicle started without it.

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Try locking and unlocking the door with your key then try, sometimes this will reset the alarm.

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