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If the machine is still under warranty, take it back to the dealer and have them fix it. That's what the warranty is for, and it's their obligation to do so. New vehicle warranties come from the manufacturer, not from the dealer. If multiple dealers are available to you, you might take it to another dealer rather than the one whose "fix" was unavailing.


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Sounds like your battery terminal connectors are stretched to the point that they are loose even when the bolt is fully tightened. Best fix would be to replace them with new connectors. Alternatively you could add a thin shim of metal between the post and the connector. Since the metal lead (battery post) has a high thermal expansion coefficient, my guess ...


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This sounds like you have a power leak somewhere draining the battery as it sits overnight. This could be a simple as a map light being left on or a trunk light or something similar staying on due to a faulty switch. The other cause of a power leak would be a short in a wire or component that isn't bad enough to blow its fuse but enough to drain the ...


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Another reason for burnt connectors could be from cargo or passengers sitting in the back seat on the driver's side. The weight on the seat cracks the plastic fuel pump cover and wiggles the connector causing the pins to heat up. If left too long, the pins will melt the plastic around them causing gas to leak through the connector. This happened to me ...


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There's likely some variation between the setup in different vehicles, but here's how it's set up on my manual trans Mazda 3 - The button will put the car into the 'ignition on' state if it is pressed while the clutch isn't down. There's no interlock with the brake or gear lever. As such you could do this before your helper starts pushing, or while in ...


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Hyundai's outside of the US are equipped with immobilizer systems and new keys need to be programmed to the car. Since the immobilizer system is not accepting the code from the unrecognized key it is telling the engine controls to shut down the spark and fuel. To have the key matched you can call a local locksmith or take it to the dealer.


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If this happened right after you re-cased your key then the most likely possibility is that you have damaged the transponders antenna on the pcb. They are very fragile. Generally the keyless entry portion is separate so it may still be working even tho the transponder is not. I'm not all that familiar with Peugeot's since we do not have them in the states ...


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