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2006 Azera Difficult starting was engine is warmed up

In the morning the car starts fine. After an hour or so trying to start it takes several attempts. However, this problem is somewhat intermittent.
Dealer has had car since July 20 and his last call said the starting transponder that communicates with the car key's chip is bad. At first he said they would have to reprogram all of the keys. Apparently that did not work! We are picking the car up tomorrow and will report back on the results.

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It is the trans ponder. if they replace the chips its better because the problem is in the the car key chips , they should the same brand .

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