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ok open the car door an put the key in the ignition turn to the on (dont turn the car on but turn the key to where your radio an dash lights come on) an leave there for 1 min and then your car will disarm the alarm then you will be able to start your car after you have done that.
ok take the key put it in the ignition turn to on for 30 secs. dont turn the car on but turn to the on where your radio comes on and the car is off leave it to on after 30 secs it will turn it off an reset it.
the timing belt is not due to be changed until 120,000 miles i cant promise but you could make it to 150,000 but i wouldnt go much farther then that unless it wasnt changed at 60,000 if that is the case you are on barrowed time you need the belt changed as soon as possible.
Seriously don't use the factory alarm system / keyless entry.
While my car was under warranty, the alarm malfunctioned and it wouldn't disarm. The solution was to have the car towed to a dealership and install a new BCM. This would have cost me over $1,000 - and it's not an isolated case.
Don't get a Hyundai key fob. Have an after market alarm / keyless entry installed. It will be cheaper & easier.