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Dear all:

I have tried to identify a solution, but alas, I give up and implore for help. Today I used my 2007 Lotus Elise Type D72. When I started the car, I did not have to press the fob button to allow the car to start. In some occasions the car wont start until I press the fob, but today I was able to start it from the get-go. I really like the peace of mind of having the engine kill be passively activated every time.

My car battery died a few weeks ago (its been stored for the winter). Does the engine immobilizer programing changes when this happens? Do I have o reprogram the system to passively arm?
 

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Try sending a pm to Sirlotus. He is the alarm guru. Is your interior light in the down position? It has three positions and if it isn't pointing down it can do funny things with the alarm.
 
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