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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is your first line of attack.
Get a jump start with a "decent thick" pair of jump leads from a friend.
Connecting the Terminals> Red Positive + to Red Positive ...........and .Terminals > ---- Negative --- to Negative.
Once you get it running, get your battery heavy discharge tested.
If its OK, then get the Alternator charging rate tested.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
It is your battery it may not be completly dead but it is too dead to run the starter. It take 300 -600 amp to run a starter and 20 amp to run a stereo
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The key has a micro chip in it that transmits a signal/code to the anti-theft module/immobilizer. There have been cases where the immobiler/module has forgotten wht code it should respond to or the chip in the key has gone bad. Either way the vehicle will have to go to the dealer for repair as they will have to reprogram the immobilizer for the new key and vice versa depending on which of the 2 items went bad. Hope this helps u
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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