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When I turn the key all electrical functions are working, but there is nothing from the starter. It doesn't even attempt to turn over. I thought it was some type of security feature, but i've tried locking and unlocking with the key fob, but it's still not turning over.

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Did you get bump trom the rear. if so there is a reset button by the driver panel. good luck

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