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looks like they didnt fix the computer-nevr bring a car to a dealer-techs are inxperiencd---get a data stream run thats displays values so a good mech can decyfer--may need that computer reflashd w factory gear
Check or have the battery's state of charge tested with a voltmeter. If the battery is low on charge, have it charged up. If all connections on battery and starter are clean and tight,, car should start. If you get it started and the alternator/battery light stays on with car running, there is a charging system malfunction. Have the alternator tested, in that case.
Use only your key to unlock, open the door, then lock and unlock the door again, then get in and start the car. This will reset it. Also, you can disconnect the battery and turn on the light to make sure you drain all the power from the system then reconnect the battery. And you might want to check the battery on your remote.
well depending on who wired your alam hopfully for your sake everything is wired properly if not you may want get somone who knows what there doing to look at your alarm and possible do a rewire bit before you do that check you battery on your vehicle make sure it doesnt have dry cell that is if it is not a maintaince free battery if it is then you still want to have it check to insure that it is holding a charge if it cannot hold a charge then in some cases than can trigger your alam to what it is doing because of surges in electicity due to the lack or inablitly of the battery it self not being able to stay in a constant state which is what you want