Idk if its the battery,lternator or alarm system,my car will start and then die in like 2-3 seconds,i have no access to the locks-wont work,the buttons on my keychain for the locks wont work either. so idk if its the battery cse if it was then it wldnt even fire up rt?,all i know is im stuck lol pls help ty
This happened to me plenty of times. Once I was told the battery was corroded. Next I needed an ignition switch. Then I replaced my fuel pump. And finally I needed a head gasket intake. Oh and I also needed a new computer. Hundreds of dollars later, I am still having problems so best of luck. A lot of problems with these cars so this is more of a warning than a solution.
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the car came with 2 RKE FOBs
are both dead.?
alway have 3 FOB if not you can not reprogram a new one. self.
can cost you $300 for more to tow your car to the dealer if the 1 fob dies. never run one fob. or bad happens.
put in a new battery in the FOB for door issues
the transponder part does not use the battery .
the transponder must be good, or the car would never run.
the jeep cuts fuel after 2 seconds if the transponder fails.
will the alarm stop by itself after a period of time?
I had a car once that sometimes the alarm would go off while I was driving and id have to get out, shut door, put key in door and lock and unlock the car and it would turn the alarm off, and sometimes by just starting the car will turn them off... If you cant even start the car, or anything, you will probably have to call someone....... But first I would pop the hood and disconnect the battery for.. idk 10 minutes?(certain systems in the car can actually store a temporary charge) then reconnect the battery cable and see if alarm goes off? Leave the door open and such and unlocked while doing this and possibly when you re connect the battery cable it wont be activated
That is a REALLY INTERESTING problem you have. Let me get this straight.... The remote WILL lock the doors, BUT WON'T OPEN them? If that's the case, take the vehicle into Hyundai and have it daignosed - WIERD problem.