I have a 2007 Murano SL. I recently had a remote starter installed on November 17, 2020. I had the serpentine belt and tensioner replaced on the 30th of November and, the alternator on December 28, 2020.
After the remote starter was installed, my intelligent key worked on and off so, I replaced the CR2025 battery.
It seemed to be fine for a few days and then up until I had the alternator replaced, it worked sporadically.
Two days after the alternator was installed, I got a call from a neighbor saying that my alarm was going off.
When I went out to the car, it was more of a high pitched whistle under the hood. I used the intellikey remote to open the doors but, it wouldn't unlock with the remote. The liftgate was open enough to pull it back and forth but, not enough to open and, it would not unlock either. I used the remote starter to unlock the driver's door and when I tried to start the car the steering wheel and ignition switch were both locked and would not unlock. Even while the car was started with the remote start, I could not unlock the wheel or the ignition. The remote stater shop found the Theft Locking Control Module filled with water under the dash. He said the problems had nothing to do with any of the wires or work that they did when they installed the Compustar Remote Starter System. I had it towed back to the alternator shop and he called in a locksmith because he said, the Intelligent Key and remote are not being recognized by the car. He thinks that the TLC Module may have affected the BCM? He now wants me to have the car towed to a guy that only works on electrical. He said the water getting in the module could be from the moonroof drains not draining out of the car. Does anyone have any ideas??? Thanks in advance,
The Brat 61