Car starts w/o pushing start button

Asked by GuruV8NJZ Sep 04, 2018 at 05:25 PM about the 2015 Chrysler 200 Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: General

Why does my 2015 Chrysler 200 start up by
itself and I haven't even pushed the startup
button. I just got out of car and put alarm on
and the car started up on it's own while I
was walking away. This is not a good thing.
Please help me.

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Anyone figure this out? Ours just started tonight well we were watching TV and the keys were in the kitchen.. freaky and not cool

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what happened? I bought mine in October 2018 and it started in the winter twice; that I know of.... once when I was in the store and once while I was in a resturant. I brought it back to the people I bought it from and they checked it out... but of course found nothing. I think they thought I was crazy. Although it's a tight fit for the garage I didnt put it in the garage all winter because if it started I was worried about carbon monixide poisoning. I checked in with them about trading it in but they would only give me half of what I paid for it and told me I could sell it on my. I can't do that knowing that it starts on it's own. there are other people/families that could die because of this

Same issue. Has started on its own several times in the Past few hours. If I hit the unlock button on my key fob the vehicle will shut off

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