Question about 2007 Chrysler 300c AWD Sedan New Cars
Your car should have some type of aftermarket immobilizer bypass connected to the alarm/carstart. It seems like it will have to be reprogrammed. Try this, put a key in the ignition switch but do not turn it to any position then remote start the car using your alarm. Did the car start and stay running? If so then the bypass module has to be reprogrammed. If not then I would be careful as to how many times you remote start the car to figure this problem out. your car CAN "loose" all the codes to the keys and or the bcm. The only way to fix that is to take it to the dealer. TRUST ME I'M GOING THROUGH THAT MYSELF ! If you are not a professional car alarm installer then take it to one, let them have the headache.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Try repacing the battery in the remote.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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