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Security systems/immobilisers are a nightmare.
Usually it's because the key is not being recognised by the system.
Simple as it may sound, press the 'unlock' button twice - particularly when the key is in the ignition barrel.
Try replacing the battery in the key fob - the remote. Do the simple things first.
Put the key in the ignition. Turn it on/off 5-6 times (no need to try and start the engine..). On the final time leave the ignition switched on for 5 minutes. Hopefully, the system will 'recognise' the key and then allow you to start it.
Failing that, it sounds like a job for a auto electrician
not starting or turning over indicates towards multiple possibilities. It can
be issue with battery or weak battery. But if battery checks out ok, then it
can be starter issue or faulty alternator or problem with low fuel pressure or
no spark at spark plugs due to dirty spark plugs or faulty ignition
coil or injectors getting cracked or dirty and needs to be cleaned.
confirm the problem, the basic troubleshooting is required.
this link below and follow the troubleshooting:------
the power should have been maintained by an alternate source while battery was being chaged so this does not happen. computer needs a talking to now (reprogram) it does not recognize key, thinks car is being stolen.
i think your car is not recognising your key.Sometimes the battery runs out and need replacing and if you are not lucky then you may need to contact a dealer to have the key reprogrammed..this will cost you..