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1999 discovery would not start ,will kick off with starting fluid ,hazard light came on flashing by itself can not turn it off

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    not starting



  • Pamela Leyden May 12, 2009

    The car will not start, has a brand new battery, will not even pretend to start.... my son screwed with some wires (an alarm), and he is now off to the army and I cant start the car. Can I reset the alarm ???

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The alarm remote may be faulty.Change the batteries and try again

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