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ignition or starter relay should be checked first. Faulty ignition switch might be an issue. You will still need an ignition source before you think about the push button start. A friend has the same problem, and its a computer issue. (underhood, pass side low on firewall) best of luck to ya.
Put the key in the ignition, and turn forward all the way just before cranking. Then within 5 seconds, locate, press and hold in the valet/overide button, found under the dash area, (push button, spring loaded) until the installed LED (the blinking light) in your dash area goes on solid, and the siren chirps once.
This should reset the alarm, and reset the grounded relay on the starter wire, allowing you to start the engine. the valet switch is by driver side kick panel look for small button may be stuck in wire harness to hide
Probably a bad ignition key contact (worn out).
You can hook a pushbutton across the + to key wire terminal... the start it like an old fashened car (turn on the key and push the starter button....when the ignition contact fails to "make".
You'll connect one side of the button to constant 12v. like the battery positive and the other side of the switch will go to the trigger wire of the starter. This is the wire that tells the starter what to do.