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Stolen remote key (getz05)

I had my car keys stolen and im worried the remote still works. it is a 2005 hyundai gets. i had a new key made and was assured the old key would no longer start the car but im worried about the remote as from time to time i have to leave tools in the car

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Check with a Hyuandai dealership service dented. Some service centers can recode the code reader in the car. No idea the cost, but its possible.

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If the car has a kill switch, this is causing your car not start because its connected to the ignition or starter. Sounds like the alarm system is defective. If it's aftermarket, you might want to take it back to installers. If it's factory, take it to the dealer. The remote ties into several features that require a trained technician to handle.

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