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You may be trying with a valet key.
Valet keys usually can unlock the driver's side door and start the car, but can't unlock the trunk or the glove box. This key is normally used when someone else operates your vehicle, such as a valet parking attendant.
Short to power. Could be as easy as just pulling a fuse and reinsert it. Sometimes you have to access the plug and do they same thing. Sometimes you have to fix or replace the plug. If your display is the radio, It could be internal radio problems..
Patients and visitors may park in the Dogwood Parking Decks or the Ambulatory Care Center parking lot at a cost of $1.25 per hour or a fraction thereof, to a maximum of $8 for a full day. Parking for patients visiting the UNC Family Medicine Center is located directly beside the front entrance of the center.
Valet parking for Emergency Room patients is located outside the Emergency Room main entrance. One vehicle per patient is allowed in the lot. You must request a parking permit from the Emergency Department security officer or the admitting receptionist in order to park here. Vehicles parking at the Emergency Room and not transporting a patient are valet parked at $10.
Valet Parking is available to all patients and visitors at the N.C. Children's Hospital entrance. The cost for valet parking is $10 per visit. Valet discount coupons are available from the attendant at $45 per book of five.
Handicapped Parking is available for up to four hours in any of the handicapped parking spaces located across from the N.C. Memorial Hospital entrance. Additional handicapped spaces are located in the Dogwood Parking Decks. Handicapped-accessible shuttles service these spaces. If you need assistance from the parking deck, please contact the attendant via the call box phones.
sounds like your car battery was also replace or it die
believe it or not the remote start needs to be reprogram again
find the valet switch, this what you are going to do
make sure ac radio and any other accesorie are off
start the car with the key within 2 seconds or less press and hold the valet swith, and way until the
led turns on and the parking lights on the vehicle flash about 12 seconds
no turn off the car close the door and start the vehicle with the remote good luck
Look for alarm Brain box and look for wires coming out black and red going to valet switch. to turn valet onturn ignition in ON position and press-switch or flip depending on the type of switch. If it a basic alarm just disconnect the main wiring harness to alarm box- unplug and the car should start. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA
i read this on the subaru tech bulletin page i had the same problem - apparently i had inadvertently put the system into "valet" mode to get back to normal, unlock with remote - open drivers door - hold down the unlock button on your remote for 2-3 sec - the flashing light will go out and your system should be back to normal it's too bad the manual doesn't supply information about activating and deactivating "valet" mode good luck