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I have a romote starter in my 2006 Sonata...battery died had use jumper cables and then sarter stopped working. Is thea way to reset them ? It was not factory installed thank you

Not a factory installed remote...can you reset them?

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Sounds like a job for the company that installed the remote starter. As we all know there is only 1 company that makes remote car starters, but i do not remember what it is and you aint giving up the information. Try the installer of the remote.

Posted on Jan 21, 2015

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SOURCE: 2006 Hyundai Sonata: Wet road causes power steering failure

Ok, the high pitch sound is your idle pulley bearings going bad. The splash of water is exactly that, the belt gets wet and slips. Definitely a pully, more than likely the idler pully.

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SOURCE: change the battery of the alarm remote control?

open it up and replace the battery... simple

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SOURCE: Radio Reset for 2006 Hyundai Sonata

doubtful probably burnt up a component in radio thats why when jumping a vehicle u turn off all accessories so when something gets crossed it doesnt short it out usually will blow a couple of fuses

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SOURCE: 2006 sonata died; replaced the battery, car died

try replacing the alternator

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