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Re: anti theft code
You may try the following:
First of all, disconnect Both cables from your battery. THIS IS IMPORTANT! BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE CABLES MUST BE OFF OF THE BATTERY BEFORE YOU DO THE REST OF THESE STEPS!
Take both cables you've just removed and hold them together for AT LEAST 10 seconds.
Reconnect the battery and try starting again. Hopefully, this is all that's wrong with your computer...accordianman
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The anti-theft system doesn't recognize the security pass word an disables the fuel injectors most likely ! an it set's a DTC -diagnostic trouble code in what ever module controls the anti- theft system . BCM - body control module , Theft deterrent module etc...
The powertrain control module (PCM) contains the remainder of the logic of the Theft Deterrent System. If a class 2 message containing a valid password is received from the body control module (BCM), the PCM will continue to allow the fuel injectors to operate. The PCM will allow the fuel injectors to operate until it decides there is no valid password coming from the BCM. If the PCM does not receive a class 2 message, or receives a class 2 message with an incorrect password, the engine will crank and will not run or will start and stall immediately.
The most common cause is the chip in the key does not match the security code, or the security module has failed. The chip in the key must match the factory setting to allow the car to start.
If it worked before you replaced the lock cylinder, you need to have a new key with the same old chip cut to the new lock.
Anti theft and security systems will disable the vehicle from starting; you turn the key to start and nothing happens. The engine does not turn over. f it's an out- of - fuel symptom and the car engine turns over, it's not the anti theft system. In that case it could be any of a number of ignition or fuel delivery problems.
If code 53 involves the PASS system for your car, the chip in the key has failed, or the sensor in the lock cylinder, or the control module. The anti-theft system disables the starter and the fuel injectors. You could bypass those circuits to get the car started.
U can bypass it (called the VATS system) but not fully disable it, what is done mimics the key code to fool the VATS module into sending a OK to start signal to the fuel injection computer (called the ECM). go to the web link below for instructions on the bypass.
ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM Passive anti-theft system Your ignition key has a unique imbedded transponder which engages engine electronics and allows the vehicle to be started.Without the use ofyour specialignition key, the vehicle will notstart.
During each vehicle start, the coded key is read by the anti-theft system. If the key’s ID code matches the code in the anti-theft system, the vehicle is enabled to start.
Anti-theft system Briefly illuminates when the ignition is turned to the ON position to verify that the passive anti-theft system is operating
Also, its possisble that tou have actovated the fuel pump switch.
you may find tha the locks need a good oil, and the pasenger sid as it dont get used , they may of both gon stiff and the micr switch tha sits next to the lock barrow is thinking its still locked .. my bmw used to lock me in wen a slamed the door