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Published on May 25, 2009
If your 2009 Dodge Challenger won't recognize your key fob, the push-button start feature won't work. What then? Well, simply pop the button out of the dash with your fingernail to reveal a socket for the electronic key, insert the key and then twist as usual. If you subsequently lose the button after you get the key fob working again, don't fret. Anything inserted in the hole will start the car with the correct functional key fob present in the car. After all, the button itself turns out to be nothing more than a precise-fitting piece of inert plastic.