how do I restart my car alfter leaving it running with out the key fob still being in the car?

Asked by Sep 14, 2015 at 06:11 AM about the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I left my Hyundai Veloster running and
existed the car with the fob still being on
hand realized it and went and turned the car
off, this morning I tried to go unlock my car
wouldn't unlock I manually did it but that's
all I could do no light will turn on the key
doesn't work and the car will not start

3 Answers

108,105

You may need to have the key reprogrammed to the car..

50,755

Try disconnecting the battery and reconnecting. This may reset the car's ECU and allow you to start it. Also it may still be under warranty so check with your dealer.

50,755

Also sometimes reading through the owner's manual can answer questions like this.

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