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Security light stays on my 99 maxima ??

OK, i had this problem with my 99 maxima 6 month ago and i made new key at the dealer (150 $) , and the problem was gone for few months, but 2 months a go the same problem is back and i dont know what to do (the car starts after i try few times) and it drives with the security light on ???? and i burned the starter tring to start it ???

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