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depends. newer vehicles do this just for effect, basically for you to go "ooooohhh" however with older vehicles ( pre 2006) this could be a code that the computer system is giving you, if the needle spikes all the way to the end of the speedometer/tachometer then back down to zero, its most likely effect. but if the needle spikes to 3 numbers (ex-90, 60, 30. then back to zero) its trying to tell you theres something wrong under the hood, could be as simple as a fuse or 02 sensor...
probably a dead or weak battery in the remote. or it will need to be reprogramed for some reason.. you can get that information from the dealership and they are usually good about not charging you if they want you back for real servicing someday. Sometimes you can find out buy posting a question on google saying How do I program remote for XXXXXXXX car alarm.