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2006 Nissan 350z won't start after alarm problem not even with a jump.

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Here are a few ideas to check out: is your key fob working? If not, it could be the battery in your key. Unfortunately, after you put in a new tiny battery, it will have to be reprogramed. Could your car battery have worn itself down from frequent alarms?

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