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  • Today before heading to work, my car wouldn't start. The brake pedal was locked and there was no sound of the engine starting at all. The car's.

    When starting the engine by holding the transmitter over the push button start due to a dead key battery or a malfunctioning key, be careful not to allow the.

    Key Fob 2 Answers. Suddenly the key to my CX-5 doesn't work. Locks and unlocks but doesn't start the car. Luckily the spare key works.

    At first I simply thought it was the battery going and I replaced the original, but since then I found that simply compressing the key fob with both my hands every once in a while seems to negate the flashing green light. What happens is that the brake pedal locks up and the push-button start will not work despite repeated attempts, even though the rest of the electrical system seems fine. Originally Posted by robertmazda. When the ignition switch lock cylinder fails, the ignition switch may very well work, but it may be difficult to find out, as the lock cylinder can fail to release when the key Where was the key fob?

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    Need help diagnosing Mazda CX-5 starting issue. Push-button start and brake pedal. My wife and I just picked up a brand new CX-5 Touring, and we are having big problems with the starting mechanism. What happens is that the brake pedal locks up and the push-button start will not work despite repeated attempts, even though the rest of the electrical system seems fine.

    Eventually, after 30 minutes to an hour, we get success by repeating the start process over and over. This has happened seven times in under one month and 1, miles, usually after the car has been sitting for a few hours during the workday or overnight. We live in Southern California, so cold-temperature issues are probably not at fault.

    The dealer tells us they have conferred with Mazda but cannot replicate the problem, and that they have "checked out" all of the above and not found anything wrong with any of the parts. Has anyone here had a similar issue with their Mazda? We'd be very grateful to hear from you given our lack of progress so far. Does the vehicle cycle on when you push the button with your foot off the brake radio, dash light ect.

    Yes, the accessory functions are available and the light is usually green. We've seen the red light only twice, and even then it was just for a cycle, returning to green on subsequent attempts.

    It doesn't sound like this is an issue. But it would be good to try anyway. Try to Start the car by pushing the top of the key fob into the start button. This should not be needed as you should only need to do this if the fob's battery is dead, but it might be able to identify if there is something wrong with the fobs of both keys. This is the backup procedure if your fob dies.

    If that doesn't work, try placing the key up on the front of the dash above the stereo and giving it a try. Assuming its an auto, sounds like the car isn't in park, or the computer doesn't think its in park. There are likely 2 sensors to detect this, one in the dash and one the the transmission itself. I would be suspect on one of these issues. If you can't figure it out, its highly probable that your state has a no lemons law which after 3 visits with no resolution may allow you to pursue a replacement vehicle or getting your money back.

    This is just a guess, but I think I read it in an agreement at one point, would assume Ontario and California would be close on this. Thank you, I hadn't seen the issue of the parking sensor come up in my research yet.

    I'll ask about that. As to the rest, the key fob was my first thought too, but we've mostly ruled it out. I thought maybe there was some kind of signal interference with the chip.

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