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I would check for worn motor mounts and CV joints on the front axles. These would be the most likely culprits.

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See above owners manual.

If you have been using your plain key to unlock the door and start without a remote then likely your lost set is in the vehical and the remote battery has run low.

I believe the alarm is an unauthorized entry and not the immobilizer as it wouldn't start/run.

Try digging into seat crevices, underneath, or between seats and center console... likely the lost remote and transponder key are somewhere inside the car.

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Take it in, you have a Brake Problem. Brakes changing no problem but when the warning system is telling you, take it in! Don't mess with brakes and don't put it off getting looked at. Think, If you do get in an accident you could be at fault if your brakes did not work properly...

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Code p1005 means, the Manifold Tunning Valve Controll is out of the calibrated range. Remove and Clean the Idle Controll Valve it will fix the problem.

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Alarm usually monitors the battery voltage, taking something less than a minute to allow the battery voltage to settle and then latch on to it. After that happens any sudden drop in voltage such as caused when a door is opened or the ignition turned on will trigger the alarm when it is armed. The alarm should automatically disarm when the car is unlocked by key, card or remote.

I can only guess the alarm isn't disarming as it should or you are jump starting while the alarm is armed.

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Looks like you have check most of the basics - but i don't see anything about coil packs. Better check those as well. Not likely that all went out, but likely that one is misbehaving. Should be able to see the voltage toggle with a meter on the input. Also check compression to make sure the combustion chamber is OK

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The best go-to part dealer and ask them, they will tell you.

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No reaction to starting fluid means no spark. Cam sensor, timing sensor, spark plug coils etc. Likely will take a mechanic with professional testing tools to find the cause.

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Try a shop vac with the narrow attachment. Like the one that is used to vac behind, under and in-between the cushions on your couch.
Works for me every time! Man, I gotta stop getting into accidents.
Good luck,

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Check the battery health, also check the door jams; One of the door lock actuators or sensors that tells the vehicle doors are closed and turns off the dome light might not be working properly, the doors are locked but the pin might still interpret a door is ajar or being opened. A slight vibration from another vehicle driving by along with a bad door lock actuator / sensor will trigger the alarm all while the doors are fully locked.

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