I took my truck to a dealership and told them to fix it and put all the old parts in the back when they took them off. Finally I took the electric fob remote key. It's gonna require the correct scan tool for proper diagnosis. It can only be bypassed with a commercial kit sold on Amazon. Will this bypass fix my problem? Make sure the battery if fully charged because this procedure may take up to 30 minutes and you cannot start the vehicle during this time. I checked the fuses and used another key but neither helped.
Worth a look for sure. If you only had the switch replaced then you need a new ignition lock cylinder because its worn out. Security light does not flash. If you need to drive the car, turn the key to the run position and allow it to sit for aprox 10 minutes and the light should go off and the vehicle should then start. My battery was dead from the expert advice of the 30 minute fix didn't work so I checked water levels and charged the battery. From prior experience with things like that I have a.
If it remains on or flashes and the engine stalls or won't start then diagnostics with a scan tool is needed to check for trouble codes. Be careful with the airbag! Or even a 3 way connect…. Thanks Cheap fix: Bypass the chip in your key. I've unhooked the battery for 12 hours, turned on the key for 30 min, rubbed both posts together for 2 min I know. I repeated this process two more times and it worked for me.
Js08016 answered 2 years ago The problem is most likely the lock cylinder. You need to have the computer scanned to identify what is causing the problem. Take the key, original key that is programmed to the car, close the driver door, then lock and unlock the door a total of 3 times. Make sure you have the two colors i said. If you don't know anyone and don't want to pay a mechanic because of the price you may be able to go to Auto Zone auto parts store, they will do it for free.
The resistor workaround at the key isn't always the only problem. Most common conditions related to this can be poor wire connection in the circuit, corrosion between connectors in the Passlock system circuit, broken wire inside the insulation, poor crimps on wire connectors and a wire may have rubbed through and is intermittently touching metal and is grounding the wire. We are trying to save a buck. PassLock seems to have the highest failure rate. It is a 48-way connector with a center retaining screw.
The cost is the same, but i get credit for the sale and im trying to earn my money back, as you will be able to do if you buy fron NewRockies and join the free affiliate program. The orange with black stripe just strip the coating off enough to solder to it. If you change out the engine of a car, it will have no effect on the official mileage of the car. We hooked up a computer and it gave us p1626 anti theft deterrent. When the door is open the security light comes on, but goes off when the door closes. Any help or ideas would be great thanks! I did this in my regal for more than a year.
The reason I am telling you to do this is that there diodes in the alternator that could be bad causing the alternator to drain the battery when the key is off. Recently I accidentally put the vehicle in neutral after security light came on and it started. Also, I saw a tutorial where it seems the guy was saying to place resistor in yellow wire. Mine car wouldn't crank at all with the light blinking. It will store the conditions present when the code set. If you don't have it scanned, it becomes a guessing game. I then turned the key off and pulled it out of the switch for 10 seconds.
No security light flashing but after a while maybe 10 minutes of idling light came back and stays on no flashing. You could try getting a replacement key and see if the security system recognizes it better. The car won't start because of the security system. With the Doors closed, place the key in the lock cylinder and turn to the Run position. Thank you so much for any help!! Their scanner can analyze the system and locate issues that can cause this problem.
This article describes how to troublshoot and fix a PassLock system. I'm assuming your ignition key has a chip on it like the one pictured. Sometimes the problem can be found in a connector numbered C201. To make sure it would restart I turned it off and restarted it. This could save me 10 minutes every time it happens if it continues to work! Truck tries to start, then passlock light comes on - engine dies. The key has a resistor in it.