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Security light stays on in 99 maxima and wont start?

My security light stays on in my car while in accessorie mode and while trying to start the car and the car will not start. It seems as though the anti theft system has shut the car down. anyone have a solution to this?

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OK, i had this problem with my 99 maxima 6 month ago and i made new key at the dealer (150 $) , and the problem was gone for few months, but 2 months a go the same problem is back and i dont know what to do (the car stars after i try few times) and it drives with the security light on ????

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