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We have a remote car starter, not sure what brand. We had a new battery installed and now we can't start the car with the remote anymore. We have a 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager.

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Have a remote car starter, new battery, but still will not work. Don't know the brand, believe it to be 9 yrs old and probably no longer in business. 66 yr old female

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