If the battery died the sync between the DME (Engine Control Module) and EWS (Immobilizer) could have lost. It requires OE or OE capable diagnostic computer to re-synchronize the modules. The engine's computer needs the "Start Authorized" signal from the immobilizer. Of course there could be other problems also, but this is a common with battery failure.
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