hyundai santa fe sport 2014 ran good yesterday, but today nothing. hasd to use key to open door and checked battery all is good. when I hooked up battery charger the alarm system started going off. ba

Asked by manatee83 Jun 17, 2019 at 03:44 PM about the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

had to use key to unlock vehicle. changed the battery to remote for starting and unlocking still nothing. checked battery and said was good but I put the charger on anyway to see what would happen and the alarm went off. saying no recognition of key, chen I set on boosting the car off

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The car lost the code needed communicate remotely. Have a mechanic or dealer reprogram so the car and the fob can talk to each other. OR if you're somewhat handy, the owners manual (available on line) will show you how: it's really easy.

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