Question about 1999 Chrysler Sebring
I disconnected the battery when the alarm was going off
This problem appears to relate to your Immobiliser, When the alarm kept going off you couldn't shut it down with the fob? so after removing the power source to the alarm system and re-connection this fail to start because either the Fob has flat batteries in it or it needs re-coding.
I'm sure if you take the fob to any decent Electrical store or even your local car dealership they will change the batteries for you to eliminate that problem.
Unfortunately if the fob needs coding this can only be done via the cars own dealership.
There you go!
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Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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