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You need to go to a dealership and get a new key and imobilliser chip. Then put the key in the ignition, disconnect the battery for 30 minutes and then reconnect. The ECM will talk to the chip in the key and the ignition lock and reset them.
Ive seen this happen before, if its got a chip in it, you have 15 different possibilities. You have to put an ohm meter on the old key to figure out what you have. Sucks you don't have the original key. Best bet, bypass the whole system. Check out this link. You'll find what your looking for. http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/
take the chip out of the old key and fit it into the new key if possible ,if not then tape old key behind the shroud next to transponder and it will work till you can get the new keys programmed in the dealer ,now on some of these older models but dont quote me ,if you put the new key in the ignition and open and close the doorlock with the original key it will programme the new key but this may only be on europeon models
not sure about this one but their isnt a hole to release the barrel ,also dont think the parts are sold seperatly,you will have to renew the whole steering lock assembly complete and cut the old one off with a mini grinder ,dont forget to remove the coil mechanism around the lock ,its the aerial for the chipped key and dont forget to take the chip out of the key and put it in the new key .or just tape the key behind the plastic covers aroiund the aerial so car will start .