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You are dealing with 2 possible problem. The ignition switch,or the alarm, If you have a alarm problem the vehicle will crank then in 2 seconds shut down,this is because the key is recognized,now if this is the problem roll down a window and disconnect the negative battery terminal,put the key in the ignition but in the off position.After 5 minutes reconnect the battery and turn the ignition on but dont crank the engine leave for 1 minute. Then see if that resolved the issue.Now if its an ignition switch problem crank the engine and slowly let it go.try to keep the key in the position where it stays running. By the way there is a campaign of a recall dealing with a TIPM software update Re-configure ,anti-theft system. Customer satisfaction notice G42. You will have to see the dealer for this campaign.
Sounds like a possible brake switch problem. To verify this turn your key to the ACC position, put your car in neutral then try and start it. Not saying this is 100% the problem but it is a good place to start. Good luck!
there should be a single red light on the dash around the speedometer, if it dosent turn off after 5 seconds after you turn the car on it means the car dosent recgnoize the computer chip thats in your key... check that first, if the light stays on then your key is bad