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Mazda cx7 remote starter won't start ignition

When i push the button, the Remote starter will begin the sequence with locking the car, but then the engine won't turn over. If the car is already running, I can engage it and remove the key from the ignition. So I've been warming the car up by cranking it up, engaging the remote start, then removing the key to go back into the house while it warms up.

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clicking when you turn the ignition on most vehicles could be one of two things. First the selenoid for the starter. Second the batterry is worn out or drained. Since your jeep starts with the remote its not your battery. Lucky for you your remote starter is like having a second selenoid. If you are so inclined you might try to fix it yourself. Open the hood. Have someone else turn the key. Follow the sound. I don't have a jeep of that model to look at but It could possibly be comming from a two post terminal that is realatively easy to change. If you are worried about reassembly take pictures before you start. Clean all connections that look corroded.

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Hello I have simular problem the ignition on is stuck in that position with the key turned off and out of the ignition switch.It feels like the key switch is spinning freely in the ignition. Do I need an ignition switch?

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