My fiancé drove the car with no problems this morning. After work she realized she left an interior light on which killed the battery. She got a jump from a car and charged the battery up a bit. Now the Scion will not stay on after a couple seconds? I can't really diagnose the battery voltage and alternator if the car doesn't stay on?
I don't have my code scanner with me. The car starts perfectly then it just turns right off with no sputter. The car has never done this before. It literally stays on for 2 seconds and turns right off.
From my knowledge it does seem to be a security feature. The car is mechanically in great condition. It also has a remote starter that works just fine. I checked the spare key to make sure it wasn't the chip inside the original key but no luck.
There isn't anything on the dash indicating the problem except for the tire pressure sensor that has been on and I can't tell if the CEL is on or if the car doesn't stay on long enough for the light to turn off as to when you first start the car.