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2011 Jaguar XF. Was running fine, parked it. Returned, engine turns over will not start.


try a battery reset.ie. disconnect battery neg terminal and leave 10mins reconnect and retry lock and unlock then see if the smart key is regonized if not check the smart key battery specialy the contacts it may be the key is not been reconized but if it cranks but not start may be a engine management system or fuel delivery problem if it has asked to insert smart key the key battery is poss flat.

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need more detail.. possible the place where u park ur car ( if this happen at same location ) possible there is radio or cell phone or frequency that causing ur car to fail.. try drive ur car car to somewhere else n try it since ur car key can get ur car start n running.. or put ur smart key on top of ur dash close to ur radio/navigation system

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Probably you need to reprogram the second key , as starting only needs the metal key after the security is off

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My Oldsmobile 1999 bravada won't start, key is stuck in the ignition. It's not a smart key. The battery is good and it's not the starter. Is there a fusible link in this car, and if so, wh


Believe it or not, it is a smart key. passlock is standard on your vehicle. This link explains why it won't start.

http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/

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I just purchased a 2008 Toyota Highlander with the smart key ignition system. How can I prevent being stranded if the smart system won't start the car?


If the smart key battery gets low to where it won't start the car you can hold the smart key with the logo facing the start button close to the button then push it to start the engine.

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Smart key remote is slow acting and will not allow starting up the vehicle. Can the battery in the Smart key be replaced; and how? Does it have to be re-programmed?


Hello. Great question.

Yes, the battery can be the culprit, and it is easily changed.

Remove the metal key from the side of the smart key, and then split the casing of the smart key, via the slot. There is a small circular battery that you can remove and replace. Use the exact same battery.

No Re-programming is necessary. The smart key frequency is coded to the car. Changing the battery does not change the frequency.

Thanks for such a good question.

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My smart key is not working. i opened the door with the key part located inside the fob. is there a way to start the car with this key part? i do not see a key hole


Hello. Your smart key needs the battery replaced.

You can start the car, with a weak smart-key battery.

Position the smart key right above the start button. The Smart-key receiver will communicate with the smart key passively. The smart key must be held on the dash, above the start button.

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