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I disconnected the battery so I could remove an amp, after i connected the batt back I tried to start it, it wouldn't start, and the lights started blinking than the alarm with off. I disconnected the batt several more times with the same results. Even If I use the keyless entry it will go off, but it will lock and unlock the doors.... freaking weird, any help please
 

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need to reset the remote to the car. I think its a 15 min window before the remote resets with a dead battery. Can't remember the exact sequence, but when the battery is re-hooked up, the remote has to be active for a certain amount of time so they will work together. Atleast thats how they did our jeep, when we had to order 2 more remotes.
 

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need to reset the remote to the car. I think its a 15 min window before the remote resets with a dead battery. Can't remember the exact sequence, but when the battery is re-hooked up, the remote has to be active for a certain amount of time so they will work together. Atleast thats how they did our jeep, when we had to order 2 more remotes.
Im not sure I understand what your saying...... it has the stock alarm system so I wouldnt think the FOB has anything to do with it. I usually dont even keep the FOB with the car
 

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with a OEM factory alarm system, you can get new remotes that the alarm will accept if the battery is DC'd and the remotes are activated. I am wondering if your system lost the freq from your remote and may need to be re programmed?
 

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see what i am saying? your alarm might not recognize the chip or remote if it was dc'd for more than 15 mins.
 
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