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Car won't start

Car was running fine i stopped for an errand when i came back car will not start, will not crank, got a message that security failed how do i solve that?

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Try closing your doors, then using the key (not the auto lock fob) lock the doors then using the key again, unlock the door. Try starting the car again, it should work. If not, have it towed to a dealership, they can fix the issue

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