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My car won't start

I have an Alpine car alarm, we haven't used the alarm for over a year,
I left the blinker on for about an hour. We disconnected the alarm
still nothing. The battery is good.

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If there is a starter kill on the alarm you may need to put that back to factory and then try to crank the car. Good luck

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