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check the hanger and brackets for missing or broken/bent --also check the heat shield may be out of place --start up is when the engine shakes and vibrates the most --when idling it smooths out and the engine mounts take up the smaller vibrations
Change the fuel filters and loosen the lines going to the injector and crank the engine to bleed the fuel lines. When fuel starts to come out tighten the lines and it should start. If fuel does not come out it might be a bad fuel pump or injector pump.
If its the manufacturers alarm, I don't think you can otherwise criminals could also...if its an after market one sometimes there is an override button (Tiny red) one down in the drivers foot well somewhere.
This dosen't help but.........
I have a similar problem. Every 4 weeks or so the car refuses to start. Again battery is not a problem but if we use cables to jump start from another car it starts fine.
Mitubishi cannot find the answer, only suggestion was to spend £150 on a new key , however the problem has now occured with both of the keys !