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please help! cant restart my streetka!

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hi everyone! just canged battery on my ford streetka after it went totally flat! the alarm kept going as soon as it was connected! managed to stop alarm but it wont turn over as if it has immobalised!

is there a way of re-setting everything so it will start or does anyone have any suggestions!

any help would be much appreciated!!!

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does the starter actually turn over when you turn the key?

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hi everyone! just canged battery on my ford streetka after it went totally flat! the alarm kept going as soon as it was connected! managed to stop alarm but it wont turn over as if it has immobalised!

is there a way of re-setting everything so it will start or does anyone have any suggestions!

any help would be much appreciated!!!

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does the starter actually turn over when you turn the key?

No, there's nothing there. The lights come on on the dashboard but there's no turn over.

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hmm it may be the car has lost the key so to speak or the alarm has locked itself.

is it a manufacters alarm or aftermarket?

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I think it is the manufacturers alarm, its in a casing that I cant get into in the right of the boot... What do you think? Is there anything I can do to re-set it and get the car started up?

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have you tried resetting the ECU again by disconnecting battery again for 10 mins then reconnecting?

just to see if it did not set correctly before?

what does it say in the manual?

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