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hello, when I see this condition arise it is usually the result of a part called the wireless control module--
The Sentry Key REmote Entry Module (SKREEM) (3) (also known as the Sentry Key Immobilizer Module/SKIM or the Wireless Control Module/WCM) is the primary component of the Sentry Key Immobilizer System (SKIS
but why does it get wet?
so...when it gets to be lots of moisture or a heavy rain...for example in the morning...the car won't start.
Moisture in the air -- the next time this happens -- before we replace any parks -- open hood -- unhook negative battery terminal for 5 minutes then reconnect and see if reset works-- if it does -- replace the WCM
does moisture really have anything to do with this problem
ok....maybe that is why it worked after the dealer replaced the starter.....
To be honest -- I do not believe moisture is an issue-- just a coincident-- try the reset the next time it acts up
ok…waiting. Why doesn’t it seem to connect????
I am here-- -- please let me know-- or if all set--please accept answer--thanks-Tim