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When things in a car are left powered till the battery dies, often this causes rapid electrical surging which causes module circuit boards to fail. The first step we need to do is a complete vehicle system scan to get all the codes stored from each module to see if some modules will not communicate as well to see if there are U codes or theft system codes.