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Car will not start

When I try to start the car the message reads Starting Disabled, then Remove Key and it will not start! I have tried the put the door key in the lock, lock the door with the key, wait 15 minutes but it doesn't solve the problem. I have also tried the post trick with the battery, no luck there either. Can you please suggest something besides towing it to a Cadilac dealer?
Thanks so much!
Oscar

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  • lwillger Sep 07, 2008

    I hope to have an answer soon as I need the car to go to my doctor appointments.

    Thanks

  • lwillger Sep 12, 2008

    The car is a 1998 Cadilac DeVille

  • Tim Carter
    Tim Carter May 11, 2010

    what kind of car is this? Year?

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Call your local locksmith and have them come out and check your key and the ignition cylinder it is probably the wire going from the ignition cylinder is broke and it will be a lot cheaper using a locksmith instead of going to the dealer, Replace cylinder will end your problem

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