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Try giving the car a 'hard reset' by disconnecting both negative and positive leads from the battery, connecting the wires to each other and leave them for 10 minutes. This allows all the capacitors in the various computers controlling the cars systems to discharge. After the 10 minutes is up, reconnect the wires to the battery, positive first, then negative, then have a go at starting the car and see how it goes. You'll have to reset the windows and you may have to reset the service indicator.
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